Root Canal Treatment Near Deira City Center

Searching for the cheapest and best root canal specialist dentist in Dubai? We at Orthodontix Dental Clinic ensure that you get the best root canal treatment with excellent success rate and high quality accuracy in canal sealing using modern microscopes.

A root canal is the term used for the natural cavity or space in the center of the tooth, also known as the pulp chamber. It contains the blood vessels and nerves which carry nutrients to each tooth. The nerves can “die” due to dental decay or injury to the tooth usually while playing or due to a fall. The cost for root canal treatment varies depending on the treatment complication. The treatment cost for a root canal procedure in Dubai is between AED 800 to AED 2000.

Cheapest and Best Root Canal Treatment in Dubai - Best dentist in Deira Dubai - Orthodontix Dental Clinic

At Orthodontix Dental Clinic, Dubai, you are sure to get the best possible treatment from our experienced dentists. You can get painless root canal treatment with one of the best success rate and at an affordable cost in Dubai.  At Orthodontix Dental Clinic, the cost of most of the root canal procedure is AED 500 to 750. For complicated root canal procedures, the cost might be a little more higher, but will be more affordable than most other dental clinics in Dubai.

Do you know why a tooth needs root canal procedure when it gets decayed? A cavity in the tooth leaves an opening where bacteria can enter and multiply. Left without treatment, these bacteria cause infections and form pockets or abscesses filled with pus up at the roots of the tooth. This will cause severe pain and swelling that could spread to other areas of the face or head. Serious infections bring about bone loss around the tip of the tooth’s roots.

Teeth can become damaged and infected due to severe decay, repeated dental procedures, cracks in the tooth or trauma to the face. Constant pain, swelling and tenderness of the gums, prolonged sensitivity to heat or cold and discoloration of the tooth are signs that one may need a root canal. A visit to the dentist will best determine the ways to deal with each particular case.

Is Root canal Treatment Painful?

The earliest root canal treatments focused on simply draining the infected tooth to relieve pain and pressure. As time passed, the procedure integrated covering the drained tooth with protective coverings. When the use of the x-ray became widespread, the focus shifted to saving the tooth instead of extracting it.

The use of breakable stainless steel files shifted to the more flexible nickel titanium, and motors used have increased in torque, increasing the strength, speed, and control of dental instruments. Microscopes have improved allowing for a crystal-clear view of the extent and margins of the damaged tooth. Newer medical dressings for the root canal and excellent anesthetic options available to patients has made root canal treatment a comfortable procedure.

These days, a root canal can be quick and painless – and much of the pain you will feel will come from delaying it. So if you have a toothache or pain, remember that you have nothing to be afraid of and book your root canal appointment today.

Do you have a decayed tooth which gives pain? Schedule an appointment with us for a free consultation to know if your decayed tooth can be saved by doing a root canal treatment.

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