SINGLE SITTING ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

  • What is root canal treatment?

When the dental caries approaches the pulp or the surrounding tissues around pulp and periapical region it is treated with root canal procedure.

Initially these procedures were done in 3-4 sittings which often became tedious to the patient. But now these procedures can be completed in a single day and that too within 45-50 minutes.

The procedure is as follows:

In our clinic we have the best equipments for a successful endodontic treatment some are the apex locator, endo activator, system B obturation system, 12 types of endo files , rotary endo, touch ‘n’ heat system which further help in accomplishing root canal treatment in less time.

Now for a successful endodontic treatment complete removal of the necrotic Pulpal tissue and microorganisms should be achieved.  For this the accurate length of the root canals are determined which is achieved with apex locators and is used routinely in our clinic.

 

 

Single sitting root canal treatments are not limited to a group of teeth but can be performed in teeth with swelling and pus discharge also and that too without any pain.

Endoactivators helps in complete irrigation of the root canals by vigorously energizing the Intracanal irrigants during endodontic treatment. It also disrupts the smear layer and biofilm formed which is not achieved by any other equipment.

 

 

With the help of rotary endodontics proper cleaning and shaping of the root canals is done within no time. And proper obturation is possible with the help of system B obturation system.

At our clinic we provide the best treatment to the patient with our latest equipment in the least time and that too painless treatment. We have the best dental clinic in Ashok Vihar.

 

 

For more details regarding this visit our clinic Dr. Sachdeva Dental Institute.

ORAL CANCER

  • What is Cancer?
  • CANCER is a group of disease which involves abnormal cell growth which carries the potential to invade other parts of the body.

  • And ORAL CANCER also known as Mouth Cancer is the growth of any cancerous tissue in the oral cavity.
  • It is a type of head and neck cancer.
  • There are different types of oral cancer but the most common is Squamous cell carcinoma.
  • Oral cancer most commonly involves the TONGUE but may also involve lips, palate, gingiva and floor of mouth.

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF ORAL CANCER

  • The appearance of velvety white, red or speckled patches in the mouth.
  • Sudden development of swelling, lumps, rough spots, eroded surface or appearance of crusts on the lips, gingiva or other regions of oral cavity.

  • Prolonged hoarseness or change in voice.
  • Difficulty in chewing, swallowing, speaking, or difficulty in the movement of the jaw and tongues.

  • Unexplained bleeding from the mouth.

  • Sudden loss in weight.
  • Unexplained numbness and loss of pain or tenderness in any areas of the oral cavity.
  • Painless ulcers in the mouth which does not heal.

 

  • Pain in the ear without loss of hearing.

  • Unexplained mobility of teeth and sockets which do not show healing after extractions.

  • There may be change in the way the dentures or teeth fit together.

   If you notice one or more of these symptoms for more than two     weeks then visit a specialist for complete oral examination. Often these symptoms don’t indicate oral cancer. But it is important to get it diagnosed.

 

                     HOW DOES IT OCCURS?

  • The exact etiology is not known.
  • There is increased risk in people consuming TOBACCO of any type – cigarettes, cigars, pipes, smokeless tobacco.
  • Increased use of ALCOHOL also increases the chance of developing oral cancer.

 

  • And the risk is even higher in people consuming both tobacco and alcohol.

  • SUN EXPOSURE leads to cancer on the lips.

IMPORTANT EXAMINATION FOR DETECTION OF CANCER IS ESSENTIAL

                                TREATMENT

  • Early diagnosis of this condition will reduce the chances of pre cancerous cells to become malignant.
  • Visit your dentist as early as possible for regular screenings and identify the signs of oral cancer to get it treated before it becomes a life threatening condition.
  • The three most common treatments for oral cancer are Radiotherapy, Chemotherapy and Surgery.