RCT (Root Canal Treatment) in Chandigarh
Painless Root Canal Treatment in Chandigarh
Root canal treatment is the most common procedure in dentistry. Many patients with deep carious lesion in tooth come with pain and sensitivity to hot and cold, require immediate treatment. Nowadays with modern technology we Chandigarh dental clinic provides you painless single sitting root canal treatment in 45 minutes. Our experienced dentist will evaluate the case and accordingly perform single sitting root canal treatment.
RCT cost in Chandigarh
Root canal treatment cost in Chandigarh Dental Clinic & Implant Centre can range from INR 3000 to 10000 depending upon the teeth condition, selection of crowns etc.
Root Canal Treatment costs:
- RCT with GIC/Miracle/SF POR: ₹3,000-5,000
- RCT with compostive POT: ₹4,000-6,000
- Third Molar RCT: ₹5,000-10,000
- Repeat RCT: ₹6,000-10,000
- Post & Core: ₹2,500-4,000
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Root Canal Treatment FAQs
Yes, the procedure is carried out in local an aesthesia so that patient feels comfortable to the treatment.
Root canals if done in single sitting require about 45 minutes at our Chandigarh dental clinic.
At times in case of deep tooth infections in tooth abscess patient may require more than one sitting.
RCT or Root Canal Treatment is a dental procedure that aims to save a tooth that is infected or damaged. Sometimes due to decay, injury, or cracks in the teeth caused inflammation in pulp and can cause severe pain and swelling. RCT treatment is required to remove the infected pulp, cleaning and disinfection of roots and placing crown filing restorations at the top.
RCT is highly safe and effective dental procedure. Root canal treatment success rate is very high. Risks and complications are very rare and can be easily prevented following your dentists instructions and maintaining good oral hygiene.
Recovery time after RCT depends upon factors such as oral hygiene habits, type and number of teeth and complexity. Normally healing happens withing a week or two.