Root Canal Treatment (Microscopic)

Root Canal Treatment (RCT) is done to save the tooth which excludes the chances of extraction. After the RCT the patient is guided for placement of the crown. The crown strengthens the tooth and offers a seal that keeps contaminants out, thereby preventing the need for another RCT. For this microscopes are used and therefore it is known as microscopic RCT. This is being done only at rba Dental Care not only in Faridabad but also in South of Delhi.

Microscope is also used for implants related surgeries, aesthetic restorations and smile make over procedures.

Let us have a look at some insight into RCT & material used. Filling is the material that fills the opening that is left after a decayed portion of a tooth has been removed. Fillings fall into two categories: Amalgam, Composite Filling & GIC filling (Amalgam silver fittings are not used as per the standards of American Dental Association). We used all the material which is mercury free and which adheres to be International Standards.

a) Amalgam Fillings use an alloy (mixture) of mercury and other metals (such as silver, copper or tin) that is carved and contoured after placement.

b) Composite Fillings use a composite made of minute glass or ceramic particles that are mixed into a gel-like substance. The color of the substance is similar to that of a tooth. After it is applied to the tooth the composite is hardened using a light that causes it to solidify almost instantly.

c) GIC Fillings use a gel-like composite (mixture) made of minute glass particles. After it is applied to the tooth, it sets within five to ten minutes. The composite bonds to the tooth and releases fluoride into the tooth a short period of time.