... It is a delicate process of cleaning , medicating and filling the root canal of a tooth . In doing so, infected and dead nerve ( pulp ) tissue is replaced with and inert root filling to allow healing of existing wound and prevent future infection.
During the treatment, , there should be Pain-free, as profound local anaesthetic will be used. However supplemental anesthetic may be needed occasionally. So if you have experience
any pain or discomfort during the treatment, please let your doctor know.
After the first visit, your tooth could be slightly tender to biting and only mild pain can be expected for 2-3 days. Normal Pain-killer should be adequate for these conditions. On rare occasions (about 5 % Chance ), some non-vital teeth can cause severe pain and swelling after first root canal visit. If this occurs, please contact us as soon as possible for emergency treatment.
After the treatment, many root canal treated teeth needed to be crowned due to the severely damaged from dental decay, frequently just the shell of such teeth are left. Restoring a severely damaged tooth back to health may require a post-core before crowning the tooth. The treatment will restore the appearance and help prevent tooth fracturing during normal usage.