Painless Root Canal Treatment

Though it is a widely used term among dentists and patients, it still creates anxiety among patients and often scares them. It can be treated easily with the latest Japanese Technology by highly trained and skillful dentists without causing any pain or discomfort to the patients. Painless Root Canal Treatment is the removal of an infected soft tissue which is an irreversibly damaged pulp within the tooth and its replacement by an artificial inert filling. It is a highly recommended technique for retaining the original tooth while giving stability and relief from unwanted pain. Our advanced techniques and compassionate care make us the preferred choice for dental veneers, dental crowns and bridges, dental implants, and other dental services.

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Dr. Kapil Khullar M.D.S. Rct specialist in Gurgaon and Dr. Mrs Sanju Khullar have extensive training in the technology and vast experience of 35+ years in endodontics and dental root canal treatment. The treatment can be effectively completed within 30 minutes. Depending on the patient’s need, suitable and adequate local anesthesia is administered to make the treatment even more comfortable. We have been awarded Best Root Canal Treatment in Gurgaon several times over the years

Painless Root Canal Treatment

At Dr Khullar's Dental Clinic We use these latest Advancements for a Painless Single Sitting Root Canal Treatment

Rotary endodontics is the concept of removing infection from root canals which is revolutionized by using the latest Japanese Technology driven Endo Motor, Rotary Files and RVG(Radiovisiography) which makes it possible for the therapy to be completed in Single Sitting (30 minutes) in a totally painless procedure. This treatment not only produces excellent results with higher longevity,but is also preferred for patients with anxiety issues as there is no use of Injections.

This device used in endodontics to determine the position of the apical foramen and thus determine the length of the root canal space. This helps in attaining high precision results in the root canal treatment.

Dr. Khullar’s Dental Clinic is equipped with RVG for immediate image preview and availability for patient files. This technique helps in saving time and money. We use RVG detectors from world’s leading German Manufacturer SCHICK Gmbh which ensures 99% less radiation exposure than conventional X ray machines.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why would I need a root canal?

You may need a root canal if bacteria inside your mouth invade the pulp inside your tooth and cause inflammation (pulpitis). Your tooth pulp may come under bacterial attack if:

  • You have a deep cavity that needs treatment.
  • You have a cracked or damaged tooth, and bacteria from plaque infects your tooth pulp.

What are signs I may need a root canal?

If you have an infected tooth, you may need root canal treatment to clear out the infection. You can have infected teeth without symptoms. When you have symptoms, they may include:

Tooth pain that doesn’t go away

Lots of things make your teeth hurt. But pain that’s deep in a tooth or that spreads to your jaw, face or other teeth may mean you have an infection.

Pressure hurts

If your tooth hurts when you eat or touch it, it may mean something damaged the nerves around your tooth pulp.

Swollen Gums

If you have an infected tooth, your gums may swell or feel tender

Pimple on your Gums

If you have an infected tooth, your gums may swell or feel tender

Swollen Jaw

Your jaw may swell from pus that doesn’t drain away from your infected tooth

Discolored tooth

Tooth pulp infection keeps blood from getting to your tooth. That makes your tooth turn dark.

Root canals involve several steps, starting with removing infected tooth pulp, placing filling in the pulp area and then placing a dental crown on the affected tooth.

What happens if I delay root canal treatment?

Putting off root canal treatment increases the chance that:

  • You’ll lose your infected tooth.
  • The infection in your tooth pulp will spread to other teeth.
  • The infection will spread to your jawbone.

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