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A root canal is a dental procedure designed to save and restore a severely damaged or infected tooth. During the process, the dentist removes the pulp – the soft tissue inside the tooth – cleans, disinfects, and shapes the root canals, and then fills and seals the space.

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This treatment helps alleviate pain, prevents further infection, and preserves the natural tooth, promoting long-term oral health and a confident smile. 

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What is a root canal?

A root canal is a dental procedure performed to treat an infected or damaged tooth. It involves removing the pulp (nerve and blood vessels) from the tooth’s interior, cleaning and shaping the root canals, and sealing them to prevent further infection.

Are there alternatives to a root canal?

The primary alternative to a root canal is tooth extraction. However, preserving your natural tooth through a root canal is generally preferred, as it helps maintain proper oral function and prevents adjacent teeth from shifting.

How can I tell if I need a root canal?

Common signs that you may need a root canal include severe toothache, prolonged sensitivity to hot or cold, swelling and tenderness in the gums, and the presence of a pimple on the gums. However, only a dentist can accurately diagnose the need for a root canal through examination and imaging.

Is a root canal painful?

The procedure itself is not painful because it is performed under local anesthesia, ensuring that you won’t feel any discomfort during the treatment. After the procedure, there may be some mild discomfort, but this can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medications.

What happens after a root canal?

After the root canal, a permanent filling or crown is typically placed on the tooth to restore its strength and function. It’s essential to follow good oral hygiene practices and attend regular dental check-ups to ensure the treated tooth remains healthy.


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