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Root Canal is a treatment that's used to treat and recover an infected pulp of the tooth that's badly decayed. Through this, the dentist makes an incision just below the infected area, remove the pulp, and seal it back up. Failing to do so will infect the surrounding areas as well and will lead to abcess buildup and other oral diseases.

The recovery period for the treatment depends on the severity of the wound. But it usually takes 2-3 weeks to recover completely.

What Is A Root Canal?

Root canal is a procedure performed when the pulp within the tooth becomes infected. A root canal surgery involves removal of the damaged area of ​​the tooth, known as pulp, then cleaning and disinfecting the area, followed by filling and sealing. Restorative dental care is done to save teeth whenever possible. It is important to never ignore toothaches. Perhaps you are having a cavity, and a dental filling will fix the problem. On the other hand, you could have a serious dental infection. Either way, it is best to consult a dentist at the earliest.

Why Is A Root Canal Procedure Performed?

Root canals are done to: Curb your pain completely Restore the function of your tooth Prevent infection from spreading Allow you to eat comfortably again

How Long Does A Root Canal Take?

Patients are often curious to know the duration of this treatment. Usually, you can expect one or two sessions of about 90 minutes each. Endodontist, and some general dentists often perform root canal using a microscope that adheres to the wall and hangs over the patient’s mouth.

How Much Does A Root Canal Cost?

There are a number of factors to consider while determining the cost of a root canal. Saving your natural teeth is usually the first action plan, as they are often better at biting and chewing than replaced tooth, dentures or bridges. When a natural tooth is pulled, but not replaced, the teeth around it can change, making it harder to bite, chew, and clean, which can lead to gum disease. As such, postponing a root canal, can lead to more expensive dental procedures in the way or even permanent loss of tooth. Apart from treatment and dental care, the following factors determine the cost: Having/not having insurance Whether you will be paying out-of-pocket Other financial considerations Apart from all these factors, costs of root canals can vary based on the location and condition of the affected tooth. Generally, costs can range anywhere between $566-$1,625

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