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How Is a Root Canal Treatment Performed?

Endodontic treatment is necessary when the pulp, which is the soft tissue inside the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected. Inflammation or infection may cause deep caries, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, or cracks in the tooth. In addition, injury to the tooth can cause pulp damage even if the tooth has no visible chips or cracks. Pulp inflammation or infection can cause pain or abscess if left untreated.

Endodontist removes the inflamed or infected pulp, carefully cleans and reshapes the inside of the root canal, then fills and seals the cavity. Next, the dentist will make a crown or other restoration to the tooth to protect it and restore its full function. After restoration, the tooth continues to function like other teeth.

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How Long Does Root Canal Treatment Take?

Most root canal treatments can be completed in one or two appointments. During the first appointment, infected pulp is removed. During the second (and perhaps third) appointment, the root canal is cleaned to prevent infections and a crown is made or the cavity is filled with another filling. Each appointment takes approximately 90 minutes.


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What Are The Advantages Of Root Canal Treatment?

  • Prevents tooth loss
  • Prevents infection of other teeth
  • Improves dental aesthetics
  • Prevents jaw bone degeneration
  • Improves oral and general health
  • It is painless

In Which Cases Is Root Canal Treatment Performed?

  • In cases where the tooth or jaw has received a blow
  • In physical irritations caused by caries
  • In advanced gum diseases
  • As a result of fillings and prosthetic structures with gaps
  • As a result of incorrectly applied orthodontic treatments



A Member of TÜRSAB

Organizing treatment of international patients from all over the world, mostly from Europe to Turkey, Health Park Tourism is a member of TÜRSAB (Association of Turkish Travel Agencies) with the code 13839 and has been accredited by the Ministry of Health (AK-0452).

VIP Standards

Health Park Tourism welcomes its guests from the airport with its team and transfers them to their hotels. Health Park Tourism provides international service with VIP vehicles to transfer patients during the treatment process, and personal consultants available 24/7.

Team Accessible 24/7

Health Park Tourism offers 24/7 video call guidance and supports with its professional staff to assist its guests to avoid language barriers in a foreign country, understanding and assisting them in the best way possible.

Free Consulting

Health Park Tourism offers free video consultation before the treatment and unlimited regular check-up follow-ups in order to support its patients after the treatment.

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Root Canal Treatment

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Depending on the condition of the tooth, root canal treatment can be performed in one or two sessions. For an infected tooth, several sessions may be required to ensure that the infection is completely resolved. An uncomplicated root canal treatment is usually completed in a single session.

During root canal treatment, the nerves of the tooth are removed, so a tooth that has had root canal treatment is not affected by external stimuli. After the treatment, there may be slight pain or sensitivity in chewing for the first few weeks because the tooth needs time to heal like every tissue in our body.

If the pain still persists afterwards, the canal filling may be incomplete or insufficient, in which case, a procedure, usually called ‘retreatment’, which involves removal of the canal filling, cleaning of the root canal and refilling it, is performed. If no result can be obtained from this treatment, the tooth can be treated with a surgical method called “root tip resection”.

If the root canal treated tooth is one of the anterior teeth or if there is a small amount of material loss, the tooth can be reconstructed with a filling. However, a crown is usually needed on the posterior teeth. Some teeth need a substructure to be supported before a crown is made. This substructure is called a “core”. “Post” is used to keep this substructure in place. A part of the filling material in the root canals should be removed and a place for the post should be prepared.

No implant can fully replace a natural tooth. It is much less costly to properly restore an inflamed tooth by performing a root canal treatment instead of an implant or bridge prosthesis.

Depending on removal of pulp tissue that provides the vitality of the tooth and the excessive loss of substance, the treated tooth becomes more susceptible to breakage. When deciding to fill or crown the tooth for the upper restoration, this situation should be noted.

Root canal treated teeth allow maintenance of chewing function and obtaining an aesthetic appearance by staying in the mouth for many years. A tooth with a good root canal treatment can be used for a lifetime with correct oral and dental care. Against the risk of cavities in the treated tooth, regular oral and dental care should be performed and physician examination should not be neglected.

In cases where the patient doesn’t have any general health problem, the patient doesn’t need to use antibiotics before having a root canal treatment. However, in case of a known heart disease, diabetes or immunosuppressive drug use, antibiotics may be required before treatment.


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