Root canal treatment is a treatment method that practices the removal of the damaged part of the infected or decayed tooth and then the tooth is disinfected and saved.

How is Root Canal Treatment Applied?

Infected nerve tissue, blood vessels and other cellular debris are removed from the root canal with endodontic treatment. Then, the root canal cavity is cleaned and shaped using canal files and disinfectant solutions. The tooth is tightly filled using tissue-friendly materials.

Root canal treatment (endodontic treatment) becomes necessary when the pulp of the tooth (nerve) is affected by deep caries or infection.

How well endodontic treatment is performed directly affects the life of the tooth. In addition, after correct root canal treatment, the color of the tooth does not change. Depending on the complexity, root canal treatment takes from 45 minutes to two hours. This procedure is performed under anesthesia and only mild sensitivity is possible after treatment.
Any endodontic treatment is carried out under a microscope and the results are monitored by X-ray immediately after the procedure.

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What is root canal treatment?

Root canal treatment is a treatment method that enables the removal of the damaged part of the infected or decayed tooth and the disinfection of the tooth.

How long is the life of a tooth treated with root canal?

A tooth treated with root canal treatment can serve you for a lifetime if oral and dental hygiene are followed diligently and the dentist is visited regularly for checkukps.

Why is root canal treatment done?

Root canal treatment is applied to prevent tooth loss when the tooth is inflicted with problems such as caries or tooth root problems.

Is root canal treatment a painful procedure?

The patient does not feel any pain or discomfort as the tooth to be treated is anesthetized with local anesthesia before the treatment is started. However, in some cases with severe pain and infection, it can take time for numbness to occur. In such cases, the dentist might prefer a different numbing technique.

What conditions require root canal treatment?

Conditions that require root canal treatment can be listed as follows:

  • Deep caries
  • Complaints that are not resolved despite filling and crown treatment
  • Crown or root fractures in teeth
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold
  • Damage to dental pulp
  • Cracked teeth
  • Pulp damage after advanced gingival diseases
  • Reflected toothaches

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