The treatment applied when the nerve tissue in the tooth loses its vitality due to caries, cracks, fractures, trauma or deep fillings is called root canal treatment. With root canal treatment, the nerve tissue of the tooth is removed and the inside of the tooth is washed with special solutions. Afterwards, a special canal filling is made into the root.

Since the teeth in need of root canal treatment usually have large material losses, it may be necessary to undergo procedures such as inlays, onlays or veneers in order for the tooth to remain in the mouth for many years without breaking.

Root canal treatment is performed under local anesthesia, so pain is not felt during the procedure. The treated tooth may be sensitive for a few days after the procedure when pressure is placed on it. This is mostly a temporary situation.

Routine use of antibiotics is not required during root canal treatment. However, in severe infections, it may be necessary to receive support from antibiotics.

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