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Painless Root Canal Treatments

Generally root canal treatment is presumed to be painful and lengthy. But at Brite Smile Super Speciality Dental Hospital we hope to change this by offering painless, possibly minimum discomfort, single-sitting root canal treatments.

We can also claim that our post-fillings discomfort is least. Success rate of root canal treatments at Brite Smile Super Speciality Dental Hospital are very high due to cutting-edge technology used like protaper, lasers and good sterilization protocol.


An opening is made through the crown of the tooth into the chamber where the pulp is found.

The pulp is removed, and the root canal(s) are cleaned and shaped into a form that can be filled easily.

Medications to prevent infection may be placed in the pulp chamber.

Your dentist may leave the tooth open in order for it to drain, however often a temporary filling is placed in the crown of the tooth to protect it until your next visit. Antibiotics may be prescribed to help prevent infection.

The temporary filling will be removed, and after cleaning, the pulp chamber and root canal(s) will be filled.

Finally, your dentist may place a crown (either porcelain or metal) over your tooth.

Endodontic Retreatment

Why do I need another endodontic procedure?

As it occasionally happens with any dental or medical procedure, a tooth may not heal as expected after initial treatment for many reasons:

Narrow or curved canals were not treated during the initial procedure.

Complicated canal anatomy went undetected in the first procedure.

The placement of the crown or other restoration was delayed following the endodontic treatment.

The restoration did not prevent salivary contamination to the inside of the tooth.

New decay can expose the root canal filling material to bacteria, causing a new infection in the tooth.

A loose, cracked/broken crown or filling can expose the tooth to new infection.

A tooth bears a fracture.

Endodontic Surgery

Although there are many surgical procedures that can be performed to save a tooth, the most common is called Episectomy or root-end resection when inflammation or infection persists in the bony area around the end of your tooth.

Cracked Tooth
Because people are living longer and more stressful lives, they are exposing their teeth to many more years of crack-inducing habits, such as clenching, grinding, and chewing on hard objects.

These habits make our teeth more susceptible to cracks. Symptoms of cracked teeth are erratic pain when chewing or pain when your tooth is exposed to extreme temperatures. Extensive cracks can lead to infection of the pulp tissue which can spread to the bone and gum tissue surrounding the tooth.

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