Endodontics (RCT)

At Smile Max, Endodontics Treatment in Gurugram play a significant role in reducing the microbial load and create adequate conditions.

Your dentist may have suggested to you that Root Canal Therapy treatment was needed for a particular tooth. Earlier, a badly infected tooth, or one that just had significant decay, was doomed to be extracted. Today, the majority of these teeth can be salvaged by an Endodontist.

Endodontics is an essential branch of dentistry playing a significant role in promoting oral health.

Why visit an Endodontist.

Endodontists play a significant role in reducing the microbial load and create adequate conditions to promote the healing of the tissues surrounding the root. Overall, the benefit of an endodontic treatment is not only to preserve the natural tooth, but also to prevent complications associated with the presence of an infection.

Some indications of the need for root canal treatment may be:

  • Constant and severe tooth pain.
  • Pain that worsens when you lie down and reduces when you sit up.
  • Pain while chewing.

Tooth pain referred to head and ears.
• Sensitivity to hot and cold foods

Endodontics (RCT)

Endodontics Treatment in Gurugram

At Smilemax, dentist may have suggested to you that Root Canal Therapy treatment was needed for a particular tooth. Earlier, a badly infected tooth, or one that just had significant decay, was doomed to be extracted. Today, the majority of these teeth can be salvaged by an Endodontist.

Endodontics is an essential branch of dentistry playing a significant role in promoting oral health.

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Types of Surgeries and Procedures

  • Gum Graft Surgery- Appearing tooth roots are the causes of gum recession. Gum graft treatment will cover the appeared root and help avoid extra recession as well as bone loss. While gum graft surgery, your periodontist receives gum tissue from your palate and another donor source for covering the appeared root. Gum graft operation can be done on one tooth and more teeth, and may help limit the tooth sensitivity and repair the aesthetics of one’s smile.
  • Regenerative Procedures- Your periodontist may consider a regenerative treatment when the bone managing your teeth has been damaged because of periodontal disease. These procedures can reverse most of the damage to regenerate the losted bone and tissues.
  1. While this procedure is performing , your periodontist holds back the gum tissue and takes out the disease-forming bacteria. 
  2. Membranes or filters, bone grafting and tissue-stimulating proteins can be applied to motivate your body’s natural abilities for regenerating  bones and tissues.
  • Dental Crown Lengthening
  1. Some people may have a “gummy” smile due to the appearance of teeth that look short.
  2.  In fact, the teeth may usually be the proper lengths, but they are packed with a lot of gum tissue. 
  3. For correcting this, your periodontist will do a dental crown lengthening treatment.
  4. At the time of the dental crown lengthening procedure and excessive gum as well as bone tissues is reshaped to appear more of the real tooth. 
  5. This can be performed to one tooth, to equal your gum line and to several teeth for appearing a natural and broad smile.
  6. Your dentist and periodontist may also prefer dental crown lengthening to treat a restorative and cosmetic dental treatment possible. 
  7. Crown lengthening maintains the gum and bone level for looking more of the tooth so it can be repaired. 
  • Periodontal Pocket Procedures- Your bone as well as gum tissue must fit snugly over your teeth exactly as a turtleneck over your neck. When you suffer from periodontal disease, this managing tissue and bone is damaged and causing “pockets” over the teeth. During a periodontal pocket treatment, your periodontist holds back the gum tissue and takes out the disease-forming bacteria before the security of the tissue comes into place. In several cases, irregular surfaces of the infected bones are softened and smoothen to reduce areas where disease-forming bacteria can hide. This allows the gum tissue to best be reattached to healthy bone.

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