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ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

Root canal treatment is an often straightforward procedure to relieve dental pain and save your teeth. Patients typically need a root canal when there is inflammation or infection in the roots of a tooth. During root canal treatment, an endodontist who specializes in such treatment carefully removes the pulp inside the tooth, cleans, disinfects and shapes the root canals, and places a filling to seal the space.

Our root canal treatment is performed by the specialized endodontist in Chennai, who follow a routine procedure of diagnosis, prevention and treatment of your condition.

With the help of an X-ray, our dentists will check for any sign of infection as well as analyse the shape of the root canal.

The area surrounding the tooth will be treated with anesthesia to numb the pain and making the patient feel comfortable and relaxed.

To keep the area dry from saliva, a sheet of sterilized rubber will be placed around the tooth.

With advanced ultrasonic and laser technology, our Root canal specialists will remove all the bacteria, debris, dead tissues and dead nerves from the cavity.

Then the tooth will be thoroughly and hygienically cleaned to remove all residue. In case of any infection, our dentists will put medicine inside the cavity.

After the cleaning process, the tooth will be sealed with high graded materials to ensure a lifetime result.

Laser root canal treatment: Very few dental clinics in Chennai are equipped with the laser technology. We at Radiant Dental Care provide the best laser treatment using advanced and safe lasers.

How does laser function: It kills bacteria, seals the dentinal tubules and increases blood flow.

What makes laser the best choice: An optic fiber is used to direct a light of a specific wave length through the root canals, which activates the irrigant inside the root canal and cause release of free oxygen radicals which eliminates the micro flora.

The material used for root canal procedure: A bio-material is placed inside the root canal of the tooth and then the cavity is sealed with a filling material.For protection against re-infection and further damage the tooth it will be covered with a crown to function as good as natural tooth.



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