If you discover your teeth are sensitive, specially to hot as well as cold sensations, feeling discomfort when biting or chewing, or deep tooth decay then you may need “Root Canal Treatment” for  your dental problem

We are at Dr. Nudrat Dentist clinic in al barsha, Dubai offers best and affordable root canal treatment to our patients and help them to prevent from tooth decay.

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A “root canal” is a dental function, which is not a therapeutic operation. The pulp, commonly referred to as the hollow part of a tooth, is where the nerves, blood vessels, and various other cells are located.

The crown and roots make up a tooth. Crown is mostly above the gum, whereas the roots are mostly below it. And the jawbone is connected to the tooth’s roots.

The pulp is located between the crown and the root, or the root canal. Pulp supplies nutrition and moisturizes the tooth’s surrounding tissue. Nerves that are located in the pulp perceive heat and cold as painful.

Actually, the phrase “root canal” is related to a dental technique known as endodontic therapy, which literally translates to “inside the tooth.”

But the phrase “root canal” is now frequently used to refer to the surgical procedures.

It is the most common procedure we dentist encounter for pain. Once decay starts and it
reaches the innermost layers of the tooth, the nerves, in order to save the tooth, stop the spread
of infection and to avoid extraction, root canal treatment is performed.

It is performed in a sterile environment, under local anesthesia. Through the access cavity
nerves are approached, and canals are prepared, disinfected and filled with a special material
called gutta percha.

We use specialized dental loups in order to not miss any canal during the
procedure. And IOPA (small xray)are taken during the treatment.
And on the top tooth is filled like a normal cavity.

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Before performing your root canal, your doctor or dentist will take a dental X-ray of the injured tooth. This makes it possible to assess the degree of injury and confirms that root canal therapy is the best course of action. The actions that will be taken during your root canal treatment are listed below.

1) Anesthesia

To make the damaged tooth and the gums around it feel better, topical anesthetic is initially applied. Additionally, sedatives such as nitrous oxide, oral sedatives, and intravenous sedation are utilized in dentistry to help you unwind. If you suffer from dental-related anxiety, your doctor might suggest sedation.

2) Installation of a dental dam

A tiny dam of rubber is put over the area before starting root canal therapy. This isolates the tooth and keeping it dry during the treatment.

3) Making the entrance hole

The pulp can be accessed by making a small opening or hole in the tooth’s crown.

4) Pulp elimination

The nerves, blood arteries, and tissues within the tooth are removed using teeny dental tools.

5) Canals shaping

The pulp chamber as well as root canals are cleansed, sanitized, and shaped once the pulp has been eliminated.

6) Filling up canals

Gutta-percha, a flexible, rubbery dental material, is then used for filling the empty canals.

7) Tooth sealing

To prevent bacteria from recurring, the decaying tooth is subsequently sealed with a temporary dental filling.

8) Installing the last restoration

Most of the time, a dental crown is required to safeguard the repaired tooth as well as to fix your bite. Crown are custom made by the lab after the dentist makes the impression.

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One of the primary worries about this type of treatment is that it will hurt, but if it is carried out by a trained dentist surgeon, it should be reasonably painless.

The infection is the source of the discomfort, not the medication. Rather than causing pain, the root canal treatment works to lessen it.

By administering local anaesthetic to the tooth and its surroundings, the dental surgeon will lessen any discomfort associated with the surgery.

Some pain following the procedure is typical. It will pass, and over-the-counter painkillers can be sufficient to relieve it.

The dentist may advise taking an antibiotic to treat or prevent illness.



Patients typically require a root canal when they discover their teeth are sensitive, especially to hot as well as cold sensations

There are a various indicators that may indicate the need for a root canal:

  • severe discomfort when biting or chewing
  • gums with pimples
  • tooth that is fractured or chipped
  • persistence of either cold or heat sensitivity even after the sensation has passed
  • enlarged or sensitive gums
  • Deep tooth decay or gum discoloration


  • Halt the infection from spreading to other teeth.
  • Reduce tooth symptoms of infection and indications.
  • lessen the possibility of jawbone injury.
  • Make it unnecessary to pull teeth.


  • Cleaning your teeth before going to bed and at least once more each day
  • Using fluoride-containing toothpaste
  • Utilizing the right toothbrush and replacing it frequently
  • Obtaining routine dental examinations and cleanings
  • Using floss for cleaning in between teeth and stop plaque accumulation
  • Maintaining a healthy diet and staying away from sugary drinks and meals.



How many sittings do I need for root canal treatment and how long is one sitting?

The procedure takes 2-3 sittings based on complexity of the case. However it is a simple straightforward case it can be finished in one sitting, again depending on the time we have and compliance of the patient. Generally each sitting is 45 min to 1 hour

Will I Feel any pain during /after sitting?

During the procedure you won't feel any pain as it's under proper local anesthesia however if you still feel some pain ask your dentist she will help you. Once the anesthesia is gone you might/might not feel any pain for which your dentist will prescribe you painkillers.

Do I have to take antibiotics for it?

Mostly not needed but Depending on the severity of the infection you might need it.

Can I go back to work/routine day activity after sitting ?

Generally yes. But the area under the anesthesia might remain numb for a few more hours.

How much does it cost ?

It totally depends on the complexity of the case, severity of infection, position of the tooth. But ranges from 1000-2500 aed.

Do I need any further treatment for it?

As far as the root canal is concerned, no. But to restore the damaged tooth it might need a post and core and a crown in order to avoid fracture of the rest of the tooth.

What is the success rate of the root canal treatment?

95%. In 5%cases if infection persists then it might need a retreatment or apical surgeries.

Is it mandatory to put a crown after root canal treatment?

Not necessarily. However if the damage to the tooth is much due to caries, which is mostly the case. we need to have a crown.


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