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Endodontics - Root Canal Treatment

Good oral and dental health is one of the factors that improve the quality of life. For this reason, care should be taken for oral and dental care and the necessary treatments should be received from a specialized dentist as soon as possible.  Root canal treatment  is one of the most feared but one of the most important treatment methods.

Not to worry though, the caring dental team at Dentince Dental Clinic can help you through each stage of the process.

What Is Endodontics?

Root canal treatment (also called Endodontics) is needed when the nerve inside your tooth becomes infected through tooth decay or damaged by an injury to your mouth. This infection may spread through the root canal system, which could eventually lead to an abscess, causing a great deal of discomfort.

The term “root canal” refers to the internal structure of the tooth, where there is sensitive tissue that provides your tooth with strength and nourishment.

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Why Would I Need A Root Canal Treatment?

A deep infection or inflammation that effects the pulp tissue inside your tooth’s root canal  you might need a root canal treatment. This severe type of infection can occur if you have deep decay, a broken or chipped tooth, or if your tooth has already been through several dental procedures.

The interior of your tooth contains a pulp, which is the nerves and blood vessels within the tooth. When the pulp becomes infected, it needs to be removed and the way it is done is through a root canal. Having a root canal performed can help prevent you from developing a serious infection that can damage your jaw bone or the surrounding teeth. 

Trauma might also cause pulp damage, even if your tooth appears to be healthy and intact. If you don’t have the infection or inflammation treated with a root canal, you risk having an abscess and could ultimately lose the tooth.

What Can I Expect During My Appointment?

Many patients afraid about the pain and discomfort associated with this type of treatment. we use the latest dental technology to ensure that treatment is painless. Additionally, we have  a very high success rate in repairing most teeth through root canal therapy .

Checkup & X-Ray

Each root canal therapy treatment appointment begins with an examination of the infected area. 

Local Anesthetic

To prep for the procedure and make you more comfortable we provide a local anesthetic, numbing the area.

Root Canal Treatment

The treatment we provide is to open the infected area, remove the damaged nerve and pulp tissue. Once the area has been cleaned, a filling and crown will be applied to the tooth to seal the area and restore the tooth.


After some time to allow the tooth to heal, we will welcome you back for a follow-up appointment. We want to make sure the root canal therapy has been successful and you’re no longer experiencing any pain.

Does Root Canal Treatment Hurt?

It’s common for patients to feel nervous about their upcoming root canals.. In fact, root canals are commonly used to relieve dental and facial pain, so our patients often leave our office feeling better than when they came in. 

Endodontic treatment starts by using local anesthetic to numb the affected tooth and the tissue surrounding it.You feel safe and relax while operation.

As the local anesthetic wears off in the hours after your root canal treatment, you may begin to experience some sensitivity and tenderness. 

This sensitivity is typically minor and can be managed with over-the-counter analgesics.It will turn to normal in few days.

Laser Root Canal Therapy

New laser technology that we are using in Dentince Dental Clinic promises to change the way you experience traditional root canal therapy. Laser root canal therapy uses a parallel beam of intense light to clean out root canals. Laser therapy "melts" away debris consisting of bacteria and infection, known as the "smear layer" of the root, and cleans the root more thoroughly than traditional treatments. With less time and pain than a conventional root canal, laser dentistry can remove your infection so that you can get on with your life.

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