Root canal treatment


A root canal treatment (root treatment) implies removal of the soft tissue (the pulp) within the tooth. The pulp is replaced by an artificial substance. The tooth itself remains in the jawbone and will often have to be reinforced by a crown.
 
The root system is different from tooth to tooth. It is very difficult to indicate how long the treatment takes and how much it is going to cost. The dentist will always need to see x-rays and examine the patient himself.


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