Painless RCT

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ROOT CANAL TREATMENT


The teeth visible to us are made up of three layers enamel, dentin and pulp . The decay in teeth shorts at the first visible layer called enamel, if left untreated for a longer duration , the decay spreads to the innermost layer pulp. Pulp is present in natural cavity within roots of tooth called Root Canal. When infection spreads to these root canals , it is treated by Root canal treatments .

Garg’s Dentario offers you hassle free , after single sitting painless root canal treatment in Gurgaon .


What is the process of Root canal treatment ?


The root canal cavity has pulp present in it. Pulp contains the nerve tissue , blood vessels & other cells deep decay causes bacterial accumulation here. Hence pain is experienced. The process of RCT has three steps

Cleaning The Root Canal

Fillin The Root Canal

Post Treatment Filling


What is the material used for RCT ?


Root canal cavity is filled with biocompatible & sterile materials usually known as gutta – percha.


Is getting RCT painful ?


Usually when we have RCT, we associate it with pain Right?, But worry not at Garg’s Dentario , our efficient team of Doctors provide painless root canal treatment.


How many appointments does it take for RCT ?


A root canal treatment usually take 1-3 appointments depending upon the case.


What is the cost of RCT ?


The cost ranges from 4k-8k mostly , depending upon the case .


Benefits :

The teeth visible to us are made up of three portions- Enamel, Dentin, and Pulp. When tooth decay or infection is limited to the initial two layers, it can be treated with dental restorative procedures like crowns, bridges, and fillings. However, when the tooth decay/ infection reaches the pulp, root canal treatment is needed.

  • Pain-free procedure

    Root canal treatment is a pain-free procedure as advanced technology and anesthesia are used to ensure minimal pain and discomfort. Salvage your teeth using a pain-free process.

  • Stops further infection

    Removing the infected pulp tissue stops the decay and infection from spreading further and damaging the surrounding teeth.

  • Restores teeth

    Damaged, decayed or infected teeth that otherwise cannot be saved, can be restored using the root canal treatment. It helps in avoiding the process of tooth extraction even when the tooth is heavily damaged.