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Root Canal Treatment

Precision dental clinic & Impant centre delivers high qualtilty dental care with taking all possible infection control protocol. The success rate for the Root Canal Treatment is very high due to implication of highly advanced technique and procedure for proceeding root canal therapy. Unlike conventional, advance root canal treatment provide greater degree of success & survival of tooth.

The Procedure

Root Canal Procedure
Root Canal Procedure

Difference between Advanced Root canal Treatment and Conventional Root Canal Treatment?

Advanced Root canal Treatment VS Conventional Root Canal Treatment?

# Parameters Conventional Root Canal Treatment Advanced Root Canal Treatment
1 Visibility Blind procedure.
Locating Root Canal and Root Apex very Difficult with naked eye.
Visible procedure.
Endo- Microscope helps to locate canal and root apex very easily.
2 Sealer Use of Resorbable sealer to seal root apex with canal.
So high failure rate.
Use of Non-resorbable sealer to seal root apex with canal.
Minimal failure.
3 X-ray exposure Require to take X-ray frequently to evaluate length of root.
Hence More Radiation Exposure.
NO more radiation exposure.
Apex Locator directly measures length of root.
4 File Instrument used Uses of only Hand files. Hence lesser precision at treatment. Use combination of hand and machine rotary files.
Hence greater precision at treatment Hence lesser precision at treatment.
5 Bacterial Decontamination No use of sonic root canal cleanser.
Hence no disruption of plaque associated bacteria in canal. High failure.
Uses Sonic root canal cleanser
which disrupt plaque associated bacteria in canal. Hence Greater success.
6 Antibiotic coverage Treatment initiates without Antibiotic and analgesic coverage in case of infected canal. Treatment done under Antibiotic and analgesic coverage infected canal
7 Core Build up Core build up of crown done with ZOE temporary cement or Silver filling. Hence Re-decay and fracture of treated tooth high. Core build up of crown done with higher strength tooth colored composite resin. Hence NO Re-decay and fracture of tooth.
8 Time More chairside time Lesser chairside time
9 Accuracy Less. High.

All Root Canal treatment are done under Dental Microscope to improve precision and success of the treatment.

Dentistry Under Microscope

What is Dental Microscope?


Dental microscope has enabled me to offer my patients a very high level of care. It has been very helpful in the early detection of sickness and treatment of many conditions, has significantly helped me in treating more advanced problems which in the past I would have considered impossible to treat, and has especially played an important role in helping me to better educate my patients and significantly decreasing the amount time needed in forming trusting relationships with them. The dental microscope is the only technology I could not work without, and it has also helped in reducing the time of treatments.


Dental microscope is a type of medical microscopy that uses especially angled optics designed to see areas that are often difficult to access or view. Standard microscopes, for example, are units mounted on tables, allowing efficient viewing of samples that have been cut, stained or prepared on glass slides. In most dental works, this is not feasible, since viewing is usually performed on live individuals. This is why dental medical microscopes use objective lenses on movable and extendable arms for better manipulation.

A dental operating microscope uses the same type of magnification as standard microscopes. It is also equipped with optical lenses for magnification. However, dental medical microscopes use zoom lenses to allow more control over focusing and image enlargement. For most instruments of this type, the focusing mechanism is often motorized. The source of illumination is controlled to allow the dentist or dental staff to adjust lighting for close proximity work or distance work.

Unlike standard hand-held microscopes, dental microscopes are not table mounted. The base of the instrument rests on the floor next to the dentist, with the objective lens hovering over the patient. It is operated using foot brakes and foot controls.

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