Root Canal Treatment at Antalya Dental Hospital, Turkey

Root Canal Treatment: What Are They, Benefits and Cost

Root canal treatment (endodontics) is a dental procedure used to treat infection at the centre of a tooth. Root canal treatment is not painful and can save a tooth that might otherwise have to be removed completely.

Relieve pain and save your natural tooth.

Many tooth problems like extensive decay or impact injuries, can lead to infection or death of the nerve tissue inside a tooth. This can lead to various symptoms like severe pain, increased sensitivity, swelling of the gums, bad breath or tooth discoloration.

A root canal treatment, also called endodontic therapy, is a safe and straightforward procedure that treats the inside of the infected tooth, relieves pain and saves your natural tooth.

Gentle and painless endodontic therapy.

The pulp which contains nerves are central to a tooth. An infected or inflamed pulp is often the cause of pain. During a root canal treatment, our microscopic endodontist at Dental Clinic Antalya carefully removes the pulp inside the teeth, disinfects the root canals and places a filling to hermetically seal the space.

Microscopic Endodontists

Our Root Canal Specialists are two of the Antalya’s most prominent leaders in the field of microscopic endodontics. Their specialized training, years of experience and expertise in using state-of-the-art dental microscope allows them to view the smallest details inside a tooth which means that you only get the best, most precise results. Patients who have had their root canal treatment done are often amazed with the level of comfort they experienced during their appointment.

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How could a probiotic help my oral health?2022-02-06T21:09:45+03:00

Probiotics are ‘friendly’ bacteria and have been commonly used to help healthy digestion.

There are now ‘oral’ probiotics which may help to keep up the balance between the friendly bacteria in your mouth and the harmful bacteria which can cause plaque build-up, gum disease and bad breath.

Why do I have a sudden toothache?2022-02-04T00:11:58+03:00

Toothache can strike at any time of the day or night, and the pain can become debilitating if not treated quickly. If the cause of the pain is related to the root canal this can make your pain worse at night, since blood pressure in the jaw increases when reclining.

Our Advice: Contact us straight away to arrange an immediate visit. Take painkillers (if required, as prescribed by your doctor). Try to remain in a sitting position.

What is a functional brace?2022-02-06T20:42:42+03:00

It is sometimes possible to change the way the jaws grow, using a functional brace. This works by using the power of your jaw muscles and can help with certain types of problem.

Are there any alternatives to fillings?2022-02-06T18:56:54+03:00

‘Adhesive dentistry’ involves bonding the filling to the tooth. The dental team have to remove less of the tooth, which is obviously better.

As we have already said, there are alternatives such as crowns and inlays, although they can cost a lot more. Veneers can be used on front teeth instead of crowns or fillings.

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