Best Laser Root Canal Clinic in India | FMS Dental Hospital
Root canal treatment is the most preferred treatment to retain the natural tooth against conditions like tooth decay, tooth decay leading to pain, fracture or cracks in the tooth.
At FMS we focus on providing Root canal treatment to the patient utilizing latest techniques of rotary Endodontic thereby reducing clinical procedure time. The procedures usually take 30-35 minutes and can be completed in one or two visits depending upon the condition of the tooth.
The treatment is done under Local anesthesia which makes it a painless procedure.
We at FMS also practice digital record keeping which further ensures higher quality and safer care for the patient.
Is single visit Root Canal Treatment possible in all patients?
In clinical conditions with extensive infections single visit Root Canal Treatment is not advised.
It is possible in fractured teeth with close pulp (nerve) involvement, for strategically significant teeth while planning an extensive prosthesis/ rehabilitation and teeth with minimal infection.
Briefly, in cases of vital pulp, a single-visit treatment can be done whenever possible. This is based on the fact that the pulp is only superficially infected and the root canal is free of bacteria, provided the aseptic chain is maintained during the intra canal procedures.
One visit endodontic should be viewed as a procedure that supplements and complements total patient care as it relates to endodontic and not as a technique that is going to totally replace multi visit procedures.
FEAR ROOT CANALS? TRY LASER ROOT CANAL THERAPY
As any dentist understands, performing dental procedures are necessary to the health, well-being, and comfort of patients, but sometimes these procedures can be unpleasant and even painful. One of the most feared procedures is the root canal. New laser technology promises to change the way patients experience traditional root canal therapy.
Advantages of laser root canal treatment
Laser root canal treatment uses a parallel beam of intense light to clean out root canals. Even after cleaning and shaping the canals thoroughly some bacteria can be present in the pours of the canal wall but when laser beam is fired in to the canal, this completely kills the remaining bacteria and makes the canal sterile, which is very important for the success of any root canal treatment. Laser therapy “melts” away debris consisting of bacteria and infection, known as the “smear layer” of the root. With less time and pain than a conventional root canal, laser dentistry can remove infection so that we can get on with our life.