Root Canal Treatment

Endodontic Treatment Specialist in Dubai

Endodontic Treatment in Dubai

Treating an unhealthy tooth by removing the damaged tissues from it is called root canal or endodontics. This method allows reducing the pain caused due to the contamination without any need to excavate the affected tooth. The clinic of Dr. Amer in Dubai is popular among patients in the UAE who are looking to treat dental-related issues.

 

This practice involves using an anesthetic and the latest laser technology with which the patients can have a pain-free dental procedure. Furthermore, preventive dental treatment is conducted keeping in mind the patient’s safety. Here the dental professional cleans up the injured teeth from the inside and uses root canal fillings to close the treated area, preventing future infections.

 

People usually try to avoid getting the infection treated at the starting stage as there will only be minimal toothache during this phase. But if left untreated, the decay may even affect the nearby teeth, which adversely affects the person’s overall dental health and may even lead to oral cancer. Patients in extreme cases may even have acute pain when they are having their meals or opening their mouths.

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Understanding Root Canal Treatment

Endodontic treatment is a dental procedure available in Dubai that uses the latest technological advancements in restorative dentistry to treat the root tissues and dental pulp to remove the decay. This helps preserve the patient’s natural tooth and helps them relieve discomfort and pain that is caused by the plaque. 

 

Teeth infection mainly happens due to the invasion of bacteria to the dental pulp, which is the innermost layer of a tooth. It consists of blood vessels, connected tissues, and nerve cells. Let us now go through some of the most common causes that will lead to tooth infection.

 

  • Frequent craving for sweets and sugar-rich food. 
  • People in the younger or older age are more vulnerable to dental problems.
  • Lack of good oral cleanliness like proper brushing and flossing. 
  • If you are someone who has been in any treatment that uses radiation therapy.
  • Certain medical conditions or the intake of medicines can also harm your teeth’ health.
  • People from families with a history of cavities are prone to have dental issues. 
  • If your diet does not include grapes, seafood, vegetables, and other items that are rich in fluoride. 
  • Even a worn-out dental filling can lead to a dental infection. 

 

Who Should Decide to Undergo Root Canal?

Even a slight toothache can hinder you from having your food or getting sound sleep at night, or sometimes even may lead to pain while opening your mouth, which may badly affect your everyday life. In addition, the cavities and the discomfort related to the condition may lead to more severe dental and gum-related issues if you do not see a dentist on time. Endodontic treatment is one of the best forms of dental care to treat deep cavities or cracked teeth. Let us now go through the various signs of the condition.

 

  • Tooth pain that comes and goes at frequent intervals while eating or drinking something. 
  • You will have pain in your jaw or mouth area without any reason. 
  • The gums surrounding the affected tooth will have puffiness or swelling due to the accumulated contamination. 
  • You will feel that your tooth is sensitive even when you drink normal water.
  • There will be tenderness in the specific area when brushing or chewing. 
  • A particular tooth will have a changed color. 
  • You will also feel the pain even when touching a particular tooth. 

 

Pain-Free Root Canal Treatment with Dr. Amer

The latest laser-assisted technology in endodontic treatment does not need more time than traditional dental treatment. At Dr. Amer’s clinic in Dubai, the process is done within 60 minutes, with fewer visits, and by using the local anesthetic. As a result, the patients can also expect a pain-free treatment with a minimum amount of bleeding and lesser healing time.

 

Dr. Amer is a cosmetic dentist who uses laser technology and traditional root canal procedures to remove the plaque in the patient’s teeth pulp. The lasers are ideal for killing the bacteria present in the area. The treatment starts with clearing the affected tissues from the tooth pulp, disinfecting the area with laser beams, and then placing the custom-designed caps on top of the specific tooth. 

 

FAQs on Endodontic Treatment

 

When to Get Endodontic Treatment? 

This dental procedure is needed for people with cavities that have reached the tissues and started affecting the tooth roots, causing frequent toothaches.

 

Is Root Canal Procedure Painful? 

The treatment is usually conducted under local anesthesia, which numbs the area before starting the process. Also, laser-assisted technologies have made the procedure easy, with minimal bleeding, quick healing capacity, and pain-free.

 

Can the Treatment Save the Affected Teeth? 

Yes, the procedure is designed to remove the affected tissues, retaining the natural teeth’s healthy portion where the cosmetic dentist places a cap after seeing the treated area.

 

Care Needed After the treatment? 

Try not to chew your food with the treated tooth until your dentist completely restores it. Also, make sure you maintain optimal dental hygiene. And see your dentist quickly if your cap comes off.

 

How Much Does Root Canal Treatment Cost? 

The treatment time and money might vary based on each case’s severity and the number of teeth that must undergo the treatment. Visit our clinic today and know the exact cost of your treatment.

Dr. Amer specializes in root canals are called Endodontists. An Endodontist can fix pain caused by an abscess or infection so that it will never come back. Root canal therapy (also known as endodontics) has a high rate of success. When a tooth gets a root canal, it will often function naturally for a lifetime. With today’s advances in dentistry this simple, and relatively painless, treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need of dental implants or bridge.

Some people may see a small white bump on the side of the tooth, another sign of infection within the tissues. While sometimes there are no obvious symptoms some signs that may suggest a root canal is needed are:

  • Tooth pain without eating or drinking
  • Prolonged sensitivity to heat or cold
  • Tenderness when chewing or brushing
  • Change of color to the tooth
  • Swelling and tenderness in the lymph nodes and nearby gum

If you suspect you have an abscess and might need a root canal, waiting until it is too late can be a huge mistake. Ignoring an infection or cavity in your mouth is never a good idea and not only can be costly but can cause damage to your overall health. Regular visits to Dr. Amer’s Dental Clinic in Jumeriah for yearly exams and x-rays can help in ensuring your teeth and gums are healthy.

 

Pain-Free Procedure

Patients dread the conventional root canal treatment as it involves injections, is time-consuming, and requires multiple visits but our latest approach at Dr. Amer’s Dental Clinic is the Laser Assisted Root Canal Treatment. Compared to the conventional method, laser dental treatment effectively kills deep-seated bacteria in areas that are difficult to disinfect, cuts down dental visits while increasing the success and reducing post-treatment pain.

While Lasers can target bacteria and infection with better accuracy often preserving more of the healthy tooth structure, they also reduce discomfort by eliminating the sounds of drills, there is less bleeding as well as limiting the need for local anesthesia.

After the root canal is completed, a dental crown is placed over the tooth to protect and restore the tooth’s complete structure. You will not experience any pain during the procedure itself. It’s important to remember that while root canals are often understood to Be Painful, the pain from the infection or abscess is far more painful than the actual root canal treatment.

After treatment, Over-the-counter pain relievers are typically all that is needed to help with any pain and discomfort after your root canal.