Root Canal might sound like a daunting treatment to undergo but with the meticulous care of Dentaire, you wouldn’t even blink an eyelid before our dextrous endodontists successfully finish their job!

Dentaire- which is amongst the best dental clinics in India, provides painless root canal treatment with advanced, modernistic technologies using latest instant x-ray system. The experts at Dentaire are specialists in single sitting painless Root Canal Treatments. Dentaire is also specialized in treating failed Root Canal Cases (Re RCT Cases), Repeated Root canal Cases and treating complications associated with old infected root canal cases.

After a Root Canal Treatment (RCT) at Dentaire, a usual reaction that the experts encounter is, “When will the procedure start?” to which the dextrous endodontists (root canal specialists) gladly assert “It’s done!”

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Decay of the teeth (cavities) if left untreated, generally progress and gradually destroy a significant portion of the tooth before reaching the ‘pulp’ of the tooth. The pulp of the tooth is a thin soft tissue present in the tooth canals consisting of mainly nerves and blood vessels.
Once this infection reaches the pulp it gives rise to a common ‘dental pain’. At this stage the tooth can only be saved by performing a root canal treatment.


In simple terms, root canal treatment is the removal of the infected soft tissue within the tooth and its replacement by an artificial inert ‘filling’ material. This procedure basically saves the tooth and eliminates dental pain.

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Generally completed in a single sitting of 30 minutes. If required, up to 6 root canals can be performed in a single sitting.

Performed by experienced endodontists who exclusively practice root canals. (Endodontists are dentists who further specialize in the root canal treatment).

Performed under total isolation of the tooth using the rubber dam technique.

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  • Indications of Root Canal Treatment:

Root canal treatment (abbreviation: RCT), as stated before is one of the most popular treatments that saves the tooth by removing the pulp tissue of the tooth. The treatment is usually indicated in the following cases:

Infection of the tooth: In this case, an untreated decay of the tooth may lead to inflammation and infection of the pulp. This can be dangerous when the infection spreads to the surrounding bony structures.
Trauma to the tooth: Any kind of trauma to the tooth will evoke a pulpal reaction. In many cases, the trauma might have occurred years back to be manifested as a new case of infection. Chronic irritation and trauma can also lead to the infection of the pulp.

Whatever be the reason for the infection, prompt treatment and filling of the root canals is essential to control the infection and bring the tooth back to the normal state. It is almost impossible to retain such an infected tooth without doing root canal treatment, and the other option is to extract the affected tooth and get it replaced.

  • Symptoms of Pulp Exposure:

You can seek immediate dental care if you have any the following symptoms:

  • Spontaneous pain of the tooth or pain in response to hot stimulus that does not subside. This can be present with or without a swelling in relation to the affected tooth/teeth.
  • Discoloration of teeth or fractured teeth.
  • Our teeth have their own circulation and nerves. The veins and nerves running inside the teeth can be damaged by various factors (such as deep decay or trauma).
  • The Root Canal Treatment Process:
  • Following anaesthesia, the inside of the tooth is revealed.
  • The next step is determining the length of the root canal with the help of either an x-ray or an electronic measuring device.
  • Afterwards, the root canals are opened and cleaned.
  • The filling of the root canals is done partially and completed at a later session after temporarily closing the tooth.
  • The last step is checking the filling with the help of an x-ray.
  • Benefits of Root Canal Treatment:
  • Root Canal Treatment can prevent or stop toothache and/ or infection.
  • Root Canal Treatment allows otherwise unsalvageable teeth to be saved and then restored
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  • Without Root Canal Treatment the tooth would inevitably have to be removed due to pain and/ or infection. There is also a risk that the infection can spread beyond the tooth if RCT is not done.



  • Preventive Measures:

Early restoration of the decayed teeth and periodic check-up can prevent the infection of the pulp tissue.

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