Root canal treatment or endodontic treatment is the treatment of the nerve or pulp of the tooth. When there is decay or infection in the tooth which has been left untreated, it spreads through the enamel and dentin layers, finally reaching the nerve and causing pain and discomfort. In such cases, the only way to save the tooth is by doing an RCT. Following this, a tooth-colored aesthetic ceramic crown is placed on the tooth to protect it from biting forces and prevent breakage and fracture. The treatment saves the natural tooth and prevents further tooth decay and infection.
At 32 Bites Dental Clinic Bhiwadi, the care is always oriented around saving your teeth. This holds true even in cases where Root Canal Specialist must rescue your tooth from a failed root canal. Our state of the art technology and years of experience, Dr. Jitin Takkar and his team can very often retreat your root canal regardless of why it initially failed.
There’s this common notion that Root canals are painful. Dr. Takkar’s 32Bites Dental Clinic, the best root canal clinic in Bhiwadi, believes in providing their patients with a painless and comfortable experience while getting an RCT done, as we believe if our patient is happy and comfortable half the battle is already won.
Dr Takkar encourage a single sitting root canal therapy to minimize discomfort for the patient. This also greatly reduces the chances of infection in the tooth and is much more convenient for the patient, wherein he does not need to come for multiple visits.
Following RCT’s completion, we highly recommend a full-coverage crown as the literature suggests every RCT treated tooth should be capped. There are various types of crowns available nowadays, with time slowly metal crowns are being phased out to avoid metal allergies in patients. Also, porcelain fused to metal crowns can lead to unsightly blackish metal exposure at the crown margin over time or, in some cases, grayish discoloration of the crown.
7 Symptoms when you need RCT
* SENSITIVITY TO HEAT AND COLD.
* PERSISTENT PAIN.
* SWOLLEN GUMS.
* A CRACKED TOOTH.
* TOOTH DISCOLORATION.
* PAIN WHEN YOU EAT OR TOUCH THE TOOTH.
* TOOTH MOBILITY.