Root Canal

Endodontics (root canal treatment) is a way to repair or save teeth that are too loose, or to control the pain caused by inflammation or nerve damage by removing the nerve inside the tooth and cleaning and filling the vacuum resulting from removing it.

The nerve is a bundle of capillaries and blood vessels located in the heart or middle of each tooth and these are called sensory nerves. The blood vessels associated with the nerve nourish the teeth from the inside. The importance of the treatment of the dental nerve by the dentist is to avoid the consequences of nerve infections that lead to abscesses and further infections that may need surgery.

The withdrawal of the nerve is done by a treatment plan:

The clinic detects the condition of tooth and the amount of caries it contains, and then takes x-rays. The nerve is pulled out and the tooth is cleaned. The root is then stuffed with a substance that prevents the formation of bacteria which is accepted by the body and then the final filling is placed to protect the tooth and give it a longer life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is a nerve-related root canal painful?

No, because of local anesthesia used. However, in some infections associated with large abscesses, either the specialist withdraws the nerve or gives the patient anti-inflammatory medication until the healing occurs.


Q: How long is the root canal session?

It differs from one patient to another, some cases require one session and some of them require two or more sessions.


Q: Can I eat right after the session?

 Depending on the type of filling, if it is a cosmetic filling, yes, if it is a silver or temporary filler, it is not possible to eat for two hours until it hardens.


Q: Can a dental root canal fail?

 Treatment of the nerve is mainly resolved by the removal of the inflamed or dead nerve.  As sterilizing agents are used to kill bacteria in the nerve filling. Failure of the treatment is very rare, and only occurs in cases with external issues such isolation and sterilization of the tooth walls was not done well.

Q: Is it possible for pain to return after nerve treatment?

Yes, and the pain is from inflammation of the surrounding tissue, however with the help of painkillers the pain is completely eliminated within a short period of time.


Q: Can the nerve be treated for pregnant women?

Only after the third month, it is preferred to pull the nerve and cleaning to be completed postnatal.


 Q: Does the tooth weaken after nerve treatment?

Yes, however we place a combination of substances to protect the tooth and give it a longer period of life.