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The decision to perform a root canal treatment is made after thorough examination which includes assessment of signs, symptoms and X-rays. Depending on the presence of active infection, the treatment may be completed in 1 to 3 appointments. The main goal is to free the tooth from infection and prevent re-infection in the future.
At the start of the procedure a local anesthetic is administered to prevent any pain or discomfort during the procedure. Since the infected pulp is located within the tooth structure, an access is made to reach the pulp from the outer surface of the tooth. Once the pulp is reached , the pulp is removed from the crown and root portion of the teeth.
Now the empty root canal chamber is thoroughly rinsed using antibacterial liquids and ultrasonics to disinfect and clean it properly. The now clean and disinfected root canal chamber is filled and sealed with a biocompatible material called gutta percha. A crown is then fixed over the root canal treated tooth to restore aesthetics and function.
A perfectly performed root canal treatment ensures longevity as long as your remaining healthy teeth.