Contrary to what people think root canal, if done properly and by an experienced dentist is not at all painful. Infact, it is a painless procedure. Minimal pain may occur later as a side effect which can be easily countered with pain killers.
Root Canal is a treatment done to fix and save badly infected or damaged roots of their teeth. It’s required while the pulp, the soft tissue within the main canal, becomes infected or inflamed due to deep decay, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, or a crack or chip in the tooth. Additionally, an injury to a tooth may also bring about pulp damage even when the tooth has no visible cracks or chips. If the pulp inflammation or infection is left untreated, it will result in pain or cause an abscess.
A Root canal is a therapy that is used to fix and conserve a tooth that is badly decayed or contaminated. During therapy, the pulp and nerve, both are removed along with the tooth which is cleaned internally.
RCT is needed when a patient feels: