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What is

Endodontic Treatment in Dubai

Endodontic Treatment, commonly referred to as a root canal, is a dental procedure designed to treat and save a tooth that is severely damaged or infected.

How it works

How does Endodontic Treatment work?

During this procedure, the inflamed or infected pulp inside the tooth is removed, and the tooth is thoroughly cleaned, disinfected, and sealed. This helps to relieve pain, prevent further infection, and preserve the natural tooth, avoiding the need for extraction. Endodontic treatment is typically performed by an endodontist, a dentist specializing in root canal treatment in Dubai.

Use case

Who needs Endodontic Treatment?

Endodontic Treatment is typically recommended for individuals who have a tooth with infected or damaged pulp. You may need Endodontic Treatment if you experience:

what to expect

How does the Endodontic Treatment look like?

Endodontic Treatment, commonly known as a root canal treatment, involves several steps to save a tooth that is infected or severely damaged:

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After treatment
Expectations / Results after Treatment

After Endodontic Treatment, you can expect relief from the pain and discomfort associated with the infected or damaged tooth. The treated tooth should regain its function and can last a lifetime with proper care. It is essential to follow your dentist’s instructions for post-treatment care to ensure a successful outcome.

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If you’re experiencing dental discomfort or are concerned about your oral health, consult our expert specialists for Endodontic Treatment at Hortman Clinics today!

Our specialists are experienced in evaluating and diagnosing the ideal candidates for a Endodontic Treatment and performing successful treatments.

No more fine lines, frowns and wrinkles with our Best Root Canal Treatment in Dubai!

Frequently Asked Questions

Common signs that may indicate the need for Endodontic Treatment include severe toothache, sensitivity to hot or cold, swelling around the affected tooth, or a pimple on the gum. If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s essential to consult a dentist for an evaluation.

The duration of Endodontic Treatment varies depending on the complexity of the case. Simple cases can often be completed in a single appointment, while more complex cases may require multiple visits. Your endodontist will provide a timeframe based on your specific situation.

Many dental insurance plans provide coverage for Endodontic Treatment, but the extent of coverage may vary. It’s advisable to check with your insurance provider to understand the details of your coverage.


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