Root Canal treatment In dubai

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Natural Tooth

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Repairing, restoring and protecting your teeth

Root Canal treatment is a procedure that is carried out by your dentist to remove unhealthy tissue from a diseased tooth. These treatments can repair and protect your tooth from further damage, allowing it to function normally. If bacteria infect the natural cavity in your tooth, where the pulp and tooth nerve is located, it can cause pain and eventually lead to the death of the nerve.

At Micris Dental Clinic, we provide you with the best root canal treatment in Dubai, performed by a team of specialist endodontists with the utmost care and accuracy. Our dentists make sure that you are relieved from the intolerant pain and discomfort and helps preserve your natural tooth, prolonging its life expectancy.

Do I need a Root Canal?

Your endodontist will examine if your pulp, which is the soft tissue inside your root canal, is either inflamed or infected. Untreated inflammation or infection in the pulp can lead to abscess or severe pain. Here are some of the signs that you may need a root canal treatment:

Toothache or Discoloration

Recurring pimples on the gums

Chipped or cracked tooth

Swollen gums


Endodontic microscope:
How can it help you?

A dental microscope, such as the endodontic microscope, is used to magnify a patient’s teeth. They serve the purpose of enabling an endodontist to locate, clean, and treat canals that are blocked or calcified.

Due to the thin and delicate nature of root canals, these microscopes are usually used for root canal treatment procedures.

Our specialist endodontists at Micris Dental Clinic are equipped with top-of-the-line Zeiss microscopes that enable them to work on even the most intricate roots and canals of the teeth with precision and accuracy.

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Most frequent questions and answers

The cost for a root canal treatment in Dubai would vary based on several factors: the severity of the case, the particular tooth that needs treatment (how many canals it has), as well as the additional restoration methods involved. Generally speaking, saving your natural tooth through a root canal is less expensive than extracting it and replacing it with an implant or dental bridge.

The root canal treatment would require one or more visits to complete the whole procedure. Upon consultation, your dentist will assess the condition for your tooth to determine if you are a candidate for root canal. Here is the step-by-step procedure on how the root canal treatment is done:

  • X-ray Assessment 
  • Local Anesthesia 
  • Cleaning 
  • Sealing 
  • Final restorative procedures 
The short answer to this question is no. When you come for a root canal treatment, we make sure that your experience is comfortable and virtually pain-free.
Most root canal treatments can be finished in one visit. Occasionally, when infections are persistent, then two or three appointments may be necessary. During your first appointment, your dentist will examine your case and perform the removal of the infected pulp from your tooth. The tooth is then medicated, and the treatment completed at subsequent visits.
Most teeth can undergo root canal treatment. On certain occasions, however, a tooth cannot be saved because of the following reasons:
  • The root is severely fractured
  • Root canals are not accessible
  • Tooth does not have enough bone support
  • Tooth is too decayed to be restored

The Carl Zeiss microscope is one of the advanced technologies used in the Micris Dental Clinic for our root canal treatments. The dental microscope allows the endodontist to precisely carry out the treatment utilizing the benefit of up to 30x magnification, allowing them to see areas in the canal that would not normally be visible. This in turn would lead to a better outcome and more successful treatment outcomes.

During the first few days after the treatment, your tooth may feel sensitive especially if the tooth used to be painful or was infected. To prevent any sort of discomfort, your dentist will recommend you to take the necessary medication.
Some patients experience the pain but it goes away with the help of antibiotics, but it doesn’t mean that the infection no longer exists. Root Canal treatment is designed to disinfect the inside of the tooth and stop the spreading of the infection.
If a tooth that needs root canal treatment is left untreated, serious infections can result. When an infection is left untreated, it’s more likely to spread to the other areas of the mouth, putting your overall health at risk and could in very rare circumstances cause life-threatening complications.

After your root canal, you should eat soft foods so you wouldn’t have to chew that much. Avoid foods that are too hard, too hot, or too cold in the meantime.

Some patients may experience sensitivity or swelling after the treatment, so proper medication will be prescribed. A follow-up appointment should be scheduled accordingly. Always practice good oral hygiene such as regular tooth brushing, flossing, and dental checkups.