Root Canal treatment and it’s Cost in Delhi

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure that is designed to remove debris from an infected tooth and prevent further contamination by bacteria. These occur because of poor eating habits and bad dental hygiene. As the infection reaches the pulp of the tooth, symptoms like pain and inflammation start to appear.

In older times, the only treatment for a tooth infection was tooth extraction. But with scientific advancements, now a procedure called Root Canal Treatment or RCT is commonly performed for tooth infection. Previously the Root Canal procedures were usually very painful but with modern equipment and techniques, these have become virtually pain-free procedures.

Root Canal Treatment in Delhi

After clearing the debris, it is filled with a permanent filling to seal and protect the tooth. This helps to save the tooth and arrest deterioration.

So, if you're looking for root canal treatment in Delhi, Samadhan Dental clinic is the best option.

How painful is a root canal?

When the pulp of a tooth is infected, it causes pain and discomfort. A root canal procedure removes the bacteria from the infected tooth, decontaminates the area, and seals the tooth to prevent further infection. This procedure has had a reputation of being very painful. But, the pain comes from the infected tooth and not from the procedure. 

Before the procedure, you will be given pain medication and antibiotics. It is done under local anesthesia. The dentist will also prescribe medicines to keep you comfortable after the completion of the procedure. You will feel a little soreness following the procedure, but it goes away within a few days. Root canal treatment in Delhi is available at Samadhan clinic, the best dental clinic in Delhi.

How do you know if you need a root canal?

If you have one or more of the following, then you need to visit your dentist and determine if you need a root canal:

  • Lasting pain in the tooth that does not go away with painkillers or keeps coming back
  • Swelling in and around the area of pain
  • Difficulty or painful chewing
  • If the pain increases on changing position
  • If pressure, heat, or cold exacerbates the tooth pain
  • Pain that may radiate to the face or the neck
  • Swelling that is present for weeks or months
  • If you notice that the swelling increases with time
  • The infected tooth collects pus and causes foul-smelling breath

Your dentist will decide if you need a root canal based on:

  • Xray
  • Nerve involvement
  • Examination of the tooth
  • Sensitivity assessment
  • Cavity test

If the X-ray shows a deep level of damage, the nerve is involved beyond a point of repair, a root canal procedure is suggested. A root canal that is done at the right time saves your tooth and prevents further deterioration of the other teeth and preserves oral health.

The procedure of Root Canal Treatment in Delhi at Samadhan Clinic

When you visit Samadhan clinic for a root canal treatment in Delhi,

  1. Your dentist will perform a preliminary examination of the tooth
  2. An X-ray of the tooth will be taken to determine the exact size and extent of the damage
  3. Your dentist will perform physical tests on the tooth to assess if the nerve is involved
  4. Depending on the type and level of injury in the tooth, your dentist will decide whether a root canal is right for you.
  5. You will be given antibiotics before the procedure
  6. The antibiotics will make sure that your tooth stays clean and ready for the procedure
  7. On the day of the procedure, your tooth will be numbed using local anesthesia
  8. The anesthesia and pain killers will ensure that you stay comfortable throughout the procedure
  9. A sheet-like material known as a dam is placed to prevent food and saliva from entering the tooth
  10. This makes it comfortable for the dentist to start the repair of the tooth 
  11. The bacterial debris is cleared and a way is made to access the pulp of the tooth
  12. A small hole is made in the enamel to get in touch with the infected pulp
  13. The damaged pulp is removed using special dental instruments
  14. After the pulp is removed, the area is cleaned with water and medicated solutions such as sodium hypochlorite
  15. If active infection is found, the tooth area is packed with antibiotics and left for some time
  16. Until next time, a temporary filling is made and you will be instructed to take care 
  17. When there is no infection, the treatment area is sealed with a permanent filling
  18. You will be advised of a follow-up visit to ensure the effectiveness of the treatment

Why Choose Samadhan Clinic for Root Canal Treatment in Delhi

Most people with dental problems experience a high level of anxiety when they think about dental treatments such as root canals. At Samadhan, we make your dental visit very comfortable. Samadhan is your best choice for root canal treatment in Delhi. We have the most advanced equipment and adopt a strategic approach that will make your experience almost pain-free and very comfortable. Our team is very skilled and Dr. Rupal Agarwal has an extensive range of experience in dentistry. We ensure your satisfaction when you get a root canal in Delhi done with us.

How much does a root canal cost in Delhi?

The average cost of a root canal in Delhi for a single tooth may range from Rs 6500 to about Rs 9000. The root canal treatment cost in Delhi depends on factors such as:

  • The location of the clinic
  • The equipment and set up of the clinic
  • The tooth involved and the extent of damage
  • The expertise of the dentist
  • The cost of investigations such as Xray
  • The medications, disposables, and other costs involved

The root canal treatment cost in Delhi is most affordable at Samadhan Clinic for the value of services we offer.

What are the benefits of root canal treatment?

  • You get relief from the persistent pain and discomfort
  • The infection does not spread to the other teeth nearby
  • The results of a root canal treatment are visible and are appealing
  • The further degeneration up to the jaw bone is prevented
  • A root canal improves oral health
  • The tooth is preserved and its function is retained
  • The procedure is more affordable than a dental implant

Root canal in Delhi - Post Treatment Care

You will need to follow some aftercare after the root canal procedure:

  • Have semi-solid foods or liquids for the first few days
  • Avoid having hot foods 
  • Take pain medication and antibiotics regularly 
  • Stick to soft foods
  • Be careful while brushing the tooth that is treated
  • Chew on the other side of the mouth for a week
  • Maintain regular follow up visits to keep your tooth healthy
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