Root canal treatment is a dental procedure that is performed to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or has an infection. Root canal treatment is a painless procedure and often leaves you with less discomfort during recovery compared to getting your natural tooth extracted. With proper care, most teeth that have had root canal treatment can even last a lifetime.
Root canal treatment in Pakistan is performed by well-qualified dentists and is carried out successfully in the majority of the cases. It is the best option for you to consider if you want to treat your infected teeth. In this article, we’ll take a look at the five important things that you should know about root canal treatment in Pakistan.
What is root canal treatment?
During a root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp are removed by the dentist and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed by a filling. If not given the due treatment, the tissue surrounding the tooth will become infected causing abscesses. Patients need a root canal treatment when there is inflammation or infection in the roots of a tooth which is shown by symptoms such as pain when eating, drinking or chewing.
Best dentists for root canal treatment in Pakistan:
Dr. Asifa Iqbal:
Dr. Asifa Iqbal is a maxillofacial surgeon and also a general dentist. She did her BDS from De Montmorency College of Dentistry, Lahore. She is a highly skilled female dental surgeon and highly skilled in adding aesthetics to your teeth & face. Her special area of interest is root canal treatment and she treats the diseases like toothache, mouth ulcer, tooth decay, tooth loss and teeth whitening, etc.
Dr. Syed Mannan Azhar:
Dr. Syed Mannan Azhar is one of the most promising dentists in Lahore who has made a name for himself in a very short time. He practices at Dr. Mannan`s 32 Dental Care & Implant Center, Lahore and is specialized in performing root canal treatment. You can easily book an appointment with Dr. Syed Mannan Azhar through Marham. Call at 0311-1222398 to confirm his timings or book an appointment.
Dr. Muhammad Zahid Ali:
Dr. Zahid Ali is a consultant dentist practicing at Quaid-E-Azam Hospital Rawalpindi. He is among the clinician in the world who have the distinction to be called the multi-disciplined specialist. Dr. Zahid has earned more than 2000 hours of CDE in the field of Cranio Facial Growth, Orthodontics, TMJ Sleep Apnea Headache Pain Management, Implantology, Periodontology, Cosmetic Dentistry, Digital Dentistry, Sports Dentistry Micro Endodontics, ProsthodonticsDental Jurisprudence, and Practice Management.
Dr. Nadeem Chand:
Dr. Nadeem Chand is a consultant dentist practicing at Dental Professionals, Karachi. He is regarded among the best dentists in Karachi and is also an expert at performing root canal treatment. You can easily book an appointment with Dr. Nadeem Chand through Marham by calling at 0311-1222398.
Dr. Waqas Ahmed:
Dr. Waqas Ahmad practices as a dental and maxillofacial surgeon at Chenab General Hospital, Multan. He is among the best dentists from Multan and has successfully done many root canal treatments. You can book an appointment with him through Marham.
Root canal treatment cost in Pakistan:
The cost of root canal treatment varies depending on the number of factors such as dentist who performs the procedure, materials used and hospital expenditure/equipment. Root canal treatment cost in Pakistan ranges from PKR 5000 – 25,000.
FAQs about root canal treatment:
Q: How painful is a root canal?
A: Patient is given anesthetic before the root canal treatment so it is usually no more painful than a typical dental filling.
Q: What are the signs that a root canal is needed?
A: If there’s severe toothache pain upon chewing or on pressure, sensitivity or pain to hot or cold temperatures, discoloration or darkening of the teeth are the signs tell that root canal treatment is required.
Q: What happens if you don’t get a root canal?
A: If you don’t get root canal treatment, can lead to severe consequences that can even be life-threatening. The infection in the root of the tooth can spread to the jaw bone and then also to the surrounding tissue which can become a severe issue.
Root canal treatment success rate:
Root canal treatment is a highly successful procedure and reportedly has a success rate of more than 95%. However, it’s still important that you look after your teeth in a normal routine and also when recovering from a root canal treatment.
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