Root canals at Pradhan Dental centre are supported and performed by the best technologies which are operated by highly trained operators.

Following international guidelines our specialists are adept at using the following technologies  to achieve infection free, painless and long lasting root canals.​

CBCT/ 3D x rays :

This X ray scan allow us to study the root canal system accurately as an additional data input to performing superior root canals 

Rubber dam :

Allows for patient comfort, one sitting, and infection free root canals.

Operating microscope :

Allows for better visualisation.

Waterlase Laser systems :

Allows for additional disinfection.

Root Canal Treatment Procedure  

If your tooth’s nerve chamber becomes infected by decay, root canal treatment is often the only way to save your tooth. Inside your tooth’s hard outer shell is a nourishing pulp of blood vessels, lymph vessels and nerves. The root canal forms a pathway for vessels and nerves to extend to the bone. Deep tooth decay, or injury can cause serious damage and infection to the pulp’s nerves and vessels. Root canal, also known as endodontic treatment cleans out the infected pulp chamber and canals.

Some indications for the need of root canal treatment may be :
Spontaneous pain or throbbing.
Pain while biting or chewing.
Sensitivity to hot and cold.
Severe decay or injury that causes an abscess (infection) in the bone surrounding the tooth.
Traumatic injury exposing the nerve.

Step 1 : After the tooth is anesthetized, an opening is made through the tooth into the pulp chamber (nerves).
Step 2 : The length of the root canals are determined.
Step 3 : Unhealthy pulp is removed. Canals are cleaned, enlarged and shaped using progressively larger endodontic files.

Step 4 : Canals are filled and sealed. A metal post (pin) may be added for structural support or to retain restorative materials.
Step 5 : The tooth is sealed with a temporary filling. After your root canal treatment your tooth will require a crown (cap) to be placed.
Step 6 : Filling of the tooth.

Step 7 : Crown to be placed on the tooth.