Root Canal Treatment
Stages of Root Canal Treatment

Root canal surgery is a dental procedure that is used to treat infections that have reached the root of a tooth. This type of infection can cause severe pain and, if left untreated, can lead to tooth loss.

Root canal surgery involves removing the infected tissue from the root of the tooth and then sealing the tooth to prevent future infections. This type of surgery is usually successful in treating the infection and saving the tooth. However, in some cases, the infection may return or the tooth may become damaged and need to be removed.

Procedure:

Root canal surgery is a procedure that is used to treat an infection of the tooth's root. The infection can be caused by bacteria or other organisms that enter the tooth through a break in the tooth's enamel. This type of surgery is usually performed by an oral surgeon or a dentist.

Root canal surgery is a relatively simple procedure, but it can be quite painful. The first step is to numb the area around the tooth with a local anesthetic. Next, the oral surgeon will make an incision in the gum tissue and remove the infected tooth root. Once the root is removed, the infection can be treated with antibiotics. Finally, the oral surgeon will close the incision with sutures.

If you are considering having root canal surgery, it is important to consult with our experienced oral surgeon or dentist.

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