ENDODONTIC

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Gone are the days when ROOT CANALS were a painful nightmare. We bring to you the contemporary age of dentistry that offers you painless treatment!

At SPACELINE DENTAL STUDIO, we propose a distinctive treatment of Root Canal with HARD TISSUE LASER- a revolution in the world of dentistry, for the first time in suburbs!
A modernistic technology facilitated with LASERS, is specially crafted for convenience in a complex procedure like Root Canal. Precisely, we specialize in cleaning the infectious canal with the LASERS.
To ensure precision, we also use JMORRITA APEX LOCATORS, considered as the best equipment in the world of dentistry for accurate root canal treatment.

1.HIGHLIGHTS

  • Painless treatment with LASERS.
  • No injections required.
  • No drills.
  • Completed within one session of 30 minutes Up to 6 root canals can be performed in a single session!
  • Performed by professional Microendodontists- endodontists with a super speciality in Root Canals.
  • Performed under absolute isolation of teeth with rubber dam techniques.

All this and more, at the most pocket-friendly prices!

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What is a Root Canal?

Extraction of the infected soft tissue within the tooth and replacing it by an artificial inert ‘filling’ material. This procedure basically saves the tooth and eradicates dental discomfort.

When could you need a Root Canal?

  • Persistent toothache.
  • Decay of teeth or deep cavities.
  • A darker tooth after an injury or trauma
  • Broken tooth, discoloured teeth
  • Swelling of gum near the tooth.
  • Tooth hurts when you bite down on it, touch it or push on it.
  • Tooth is sensitive to heat or cold for more than a couple of seconds.
  • Tender gums or teeth.
  • An untreated cavity leading to pulp infection.
  • Unfixed Pulp: A fracture in a tooth can also damage the pulp.

When could you need a Root Canal?

  • Consultation .
  • Elimination of infection from teeth .
  • Filling material into clean root canal
  • Sealing with biocompatible material.
  • Capping the tooth to prevent fracture .

What is the procedure of Root Canal?

oiding a Root Canal may lead to major infection, resulting into extraction of the tooth. Also, the infection can spread to other parts of your body.

What after the Root Canal treatment?

A treated tooth, restored with a filling or crown, often lasts for the rest of your life.
In below picture: The step 1 and 2 show conventional and routine root canal Step 3 and 4 show with laser

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