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Root Canal

What is Root Canal Treatment?

Root canal treatment, also known as endodontic therapy, is a dental procedure performed to save and repair a severely infected or damaged tooth. During the procedure, the infected pulp inside the tooth is removed, the interior is cleaned, disinfected, and sealed to prevent further infection, and a dental crown is often placed to restore the tooth’s strength and functionality.


At Soham Dental Care, we’ve simplified the Root Canel treatment process into three easy-to-follow steps:

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  • Pulp Removal–Removal of infected or damaged pulp from the tooth’s interior.
  • Cleaning and Disinfection– Thorough cleaning and disinfection of the root canal space to eliminate bacteria and debris.
  • Sealing and Restoration- Sealing the root canal to prevent re-infection and restoring the tooth’s strength and functionality with a dental crown.

"Revitalize Your Smile with Root Canal Treatment"

Discover the transformative benefits of root canal treatment at Soham Dental Care. Our skilled endodontists utilize advanced techniques to save and restore infected or damaged teeth, providing lasting relief and preserving your natural smile. Experience personalized care and expert treatment in a comfortable environment, ensuring optimal oral health and confidence.

Root canal treatment is performed under local anesthesia, ensuring minimal discomfort during the procedure. Post-treatment soreness can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.

The duration of root canal treatment varies based on the tooth's complexity and severity of infection. Typically, it can be completed in one or two appointments lasting 60 to 90 minutes each.

Tooth extraction is an alternative to root canal treatment but should be considered only when preservation isn't feasible. Root canal treatment preserves the natural tooth, avoiding the need for replacement options like dental implants.