Root canal treatment is a dental procedure which involves in removing the entire infected, inflamed or necrotic pulp tissue followed by cleaning and shaping the internal surface of the roots and filling the prepared cavity with a suitable biocompatible material. On completion of the treatment, the tooth can still be used for biting and chewing. The number of visits for a root canal procedure can range for one to three visits, with an interval period of 3 to 5 days within each visit. It mainly depends upon the severity of the inflammation and infection of the pulp tissue within the tooth. The success rate is more than 95%.
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