Root Canal Treatment

Discover pain-free smiles with our expert root canal treatments. Our skilled dental team utilizes advanced technology to ensure precise and comfortable procedures. Experience comprehensive patient care from consultation to post-treatment guidance. Reclaim oral health with us—your path to a healthier, pain-free smile starts here. Schedule your appointment today!

What is a Root Canal?

A root canal is a dental procedure aimed at treating infections or damage within a tooth’s pulp, which contains nerves and blood vessels. Typically recommended when a tooth is severely decayed, infected, or injured, a root canal involves removing the infected or damaged pulp, cleaning the interior of the tooth, and sealing it to prevent further infection. This procedure alleviates pain, resolves infections, and allows for the preservation of the natural tooth, eliminating the need for extraction. Following a root canal, the tooth is often restored and strengthened with a dental crown to ensure its structural integrity and functionality.

What are the benefits of having Root Canal Treatment treatment?

Pain Relief

One of the primary benefits of a root canal is the alleviation of severe tooth pain. The procedure removes the infected or damaged pulp, which is often the source of intense pain caused by inflammation or infection. By cleaning and sealing the tooth, a root canal effectively eliminates the source of discomfort, providing relief to the patient.

Infection Control

A root canal is a crucial treatment for controlling and eliminating infections within a tooth. Without intervention, an infected tooth can lead to serious oral health issues and spread the infection to surrounding tissues. By removing the infected pulp and thoroughly cleaning the tooth, the procedure helps prevent the spread of infection and contributes to overall oral health.

Preservation of Natural Tooth

Another significant benefit is the preservation of the natural tooth. Instead of opting for extraction, a root canal allows the dentist to save the existing tooth structure. This is important for maintaining proper dental function, preventing adjacent teeth from shifting, and avoiding the need for more extensive and costly tooth replacement options, such as dental implants or bridges.

Why choose Root Canal Treatment at Globe Dental?

Experienced Dental Team

With our skilled dentists specializing in root canal treatments, we ensure top-quality care with their expertise and dedication.

Advanced Technology

Equipped with state-of-the-art tools like digital imaging systems and apex locators, we ensure precise diagnostics and comfortable treatments.

Patient-Centric Approach

From clear communication to thorough post-treatment instructions, we prioritize patient care and education for a supportive and successful root canal experience.


An Endodontist is a dentist specialised in diagnostic and treatment of problems associated with the inside of the tooth. To become specialists, they do training in endodontics after completing dental school. Endodontist are considered capable of performing routine as well as complex endodontic procedures, including re-treatment of previous root canals that have not healed completely, as well as endodontic surgery.

A root canal filling treatment is a time consuming process. This process takes more time than routine filling and is performed usually over two visits. Not just that, root canal fillings require a great deal of specialist equipment and extra training, which adds to the overall cost.

If the pulp becomes infected, the infection may spread through the root canal system of the tooth. This may eventually lead to an abscess. An abscess is an inflamed area in which pus collects and can cause swelling of the tissues around the tooth. The symptoms of an abscess can range from a dull ache to severe pain, and the tooth may be tender when you bite. If root canal treatment is not done, the infection will spread and the tooth may need to be taken out.

Most teeth can be treated with Root Canal except in a situation where root canals are not accessible, the root is fractured, the tooth doesn’t have enough bone support, or the tooth cannot be restored. When endodontic treatment is not effective, our dentist may be able to suggest other ways to save the tooth. If tooth has to be extracted, our dentist will suggest treatments options like implants or bridges to fill the empty space created because of tooth extraction.

When the pulp gets destroyed from inside of the tooth because of infection carried on for numbers of years, tooth becomes dead. In such situation there is no pain because there is no pulp inside the tooth which creates sensation of pain. However there can be still infection present that will lead to an abscess. Early treatment of the tooth will remove this infection before it worsens and will prevent the abscess from becoming big problem.