Root Canal Treatment

Root canal therapy in Turkey is a popular and affordable dental treatment option for foreign nationals living in or visiting the country. It can often be completed in one day, with patients typically returning to their normal daily activities within 2-3 days post-procedure. Root canal therapy costs vary from clinic to clinic, but it is generally more affordable than in many other countries.
Moreover, many clinics use computerized technology and equipment that are up to international standards when performing these procedures, ensuring successful results every time. Furthermore, due to its high efficiency, there’s no need for general anesthesia during any root canal treatment compared to traditional methods used elsewhere, which usually involve intense dental drills.

What Is Root Canal Treatment?

Root canal or endodontic treatment is a dental procedure performed to treat an infected or damaged tooth pulp. The pulp is the soft tissue in the centre of the tooth containing nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. When the pulp becomes infected or inflamed due to deep decay, repeated dental procedures, cracks, or trauma to the tooth, it can cause severe pain and lead to tooth loss if left untreated.

A root canal treatment aims to remove the infected or damaged pulp, clean and shape the root canals, and then seal them to prevent further infection. The procedure is typically performed by a dentist or an endodontist (a specialist in treating dental pulp and root canal-related issues).

Here is a general overview of the root canal treatment process:

Anesthesia: The dentist administers local anesthesia to numb the area around the tooth, ensuring the patient’s comfort during the procedure.

Access and pulp removal: The dentist creates a small opening in the tooth to access the pulp chamber and root canals. They carefully remove the infected or inflamed pulp from the tooth using specialised instruments and clean the pulp chamber and canals.

Shaping and disinfection: The dentist uses files of increasing size to shape and smooth the root canals, making them ready for filling. They also use antimicrobial solutions to disinfect the canals and eliminate bacteria.

Filling: After thoroughly cleaning and drying the canals, the dentist fills them with a rubber-like material called gutta-percha. This material seals the canals and prevents recontamination.

Restoration: In most cases, a tooth undergoing root canal treatment becomes more fragile and requires additional protection. The dentist may recommend placing a dental crown or filling to restore the tooth’s strength, function, and appearance.

Root canal treatment is generally completed in one or two visits, depending on the severity of the infection and the complexity of the tooth’s anatomy. Following the procedure, patients may experience temporary sensitivity, which can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.
It’s important to note that root canal treatment saves a tooth that would otherwise need to be extracted. It alleviates pain, removes infection, and allows the tooth to remain functional for many years with proper care.

Root Canal Treatments Steps

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Step-by-step procedure for a successful treatment

Our highly skilled dentists follow a meticulous step-by-step process to ensure the success of your root canal treatment:

Step 1: Thorough examination and diagnosis Our experienced dentists will carefully examine your tooth, taking X-rays if necessary, to determine the extent of the infection and plan the best course of action.

Step 2: Local anesthesia for a painless experience. We prioritize your comfort and use local anesthesia to ensure a painless procedure. You can sit back and relax while we work on restoring your tooth.

Step 3: Removal of infected pulp. Our skilled dentists will access the infected pulp inside your tooth and remove it meticulously, completely removing all bacteria-causing infections.

Step 4: Cleaning and disinfection The cleaned root canal is thoroughly disinfected to eliminate any remaining bacteria, ensuring the long-term success of the treatment.

Step 5: Filling and sealing the root canal. Once the infection is cleared, we fill the root canal with a biocompatible gutta-percha material. This seals off the canal, preventing future infections.

Step 6: Restoring your tooth’s functionality. We will place a dental crown or filling on the treated tooth to complete the treatment, restoring its natural appearance and functionality.
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With Dentisyon, you can trust that our skilled dentists will provide you with a pain-free root canal treatment that restores your oral health and brings back your beautiful smile.

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What Is The Cost Of Root Canal Treatment in Turkey?

The cost of root canal treatment in Turkey can vary depending on the dentist and the clinic. However, Turkey’s average price for a single root canal treatment is around £200.

FAQs About Root Canal Treatments

Is Root Canal Therapy Painful? With the help of local anesthesia, we can numb the tooth and surrounding area. Most patients report no discomfort during the procedure.

What Are the Advantages of Root Canal Therapy? Root canal therapy is an effective way to save a tooth. It is also a less expensive alternative to replacing the tooth with a dental implant.

When Would I Need a Root Canal? If the pulp tissue becomes infected, we recommend root canal therapy. A dental implant might be the only option once the infection has spread to the bone surrounding the tooth.

What Happens to the Tooth After a Root Canal? Once the tooth has been disinfected, we place a temporary filling to protect the tooth until your next appointment. We place a dental crown on the tooth during this appointment to protect it from further damage.

If you have questions about root canal therapy or would like to schedule an appointment, contact our office today.