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What are the signs and symptoms of a root canal treatment in Dubai?

If you start to experience any of the below symptoms, do visit a dentist and have your teeth checked out immediately:

  • Severe pain when any amount of pressure is applied to the teeth.

 

  • Tooth appears dark or extremely discolored.

 

  • Presence of pus or a pimple on the gums.

 

  • Swollen or tender gums.

 

  • Increased sensitivity to hot or cold foods and drinks.

Why is endodontic treatment necessary?

When bacteria get into the pulp, it breaks it down and the result is an infection or abscess at the root level. Infection at the root level can cause either of the following situations:

  • As the infection spreads and grows deep into the teeth and gums, pain and discomfort will intensify.

 

  • Bone loss in the area of the root tip.

 

  • Spread of pain to other parts of the body like the neck, face and head.
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What is the procedure for root canal treatment in Dubai?

  • Root canal therapy involves removal of the infected pulp tissue, disinfection and cleaning of the pulp chamber, followed by filling and sealing of the chamber with a biocompatible material called gutta-percha.

 

  • Following root canal treatment, the tooth is then restored with a tooth-colored filling or a permanent crown.

How many visits would a root canal in Dubai require?

Root canal treatment may require one or more visits.

  • An uncomplicated root canal treatment can be completed by a specialist in root canal therapy in one visit.

 

  • However, in cases where the entire pulp chamber is infected and patient experiences pain, swelling or tenderness at the time of the appointment, the dentist may then choose a multi-appointment approach.
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Microscope-assisted root canals

  • 25 times magnification of treatment area..

 

  • Optimal precision and increased predictability of treatment outcome.

 

  • Finding hidden and accessory root canals.

 

  • Preservation of more tooth structure.

What are the possible side effects of a root canal treatment in Dubai?

  • Following root canal treatment, the tooth gets non-vital and therefore tends to become brittle, which is why it is important to complete the restoration with a dental crown to protect the tooth.

  • It is normal to experience some post-op pain for a few days following endodontic treatment and over the counter pain medications would help alleviate this discomfort.

Thanks to our valued patients’ reviews and recommendations, we are arguably regarded amongst the leading dental clinics in Dubai, offering dental services with a personal touch.

Endodontists in Dubai

Dr. Mona Yadav

  • Dr. Mona Yadav, our award winning Endodontist in Dubai, obtained her Masters in Endodontics and Restorative Dentistry (Gold Medalist).

 

  • Dr. Mona works closely with her patients, bringing empathy and clarity to the root canal experience. Her philosophy is to perform root canal treatments comfortably, using minimally invasive techniques.

 

  • Dr. Mona provides the full range of root canal treatments and her expertise lies in resolving difficult root canal cases and re-treatment endodontics.

Dr. Nourine Gheith

  • Dr. Nourine Gheith holds a Masters degree in Endodontics and has over 18 years of clinical experience.

 

  • Dr. Nourine prioritizes patient comfort. She takes the time to explain procedures thoroughly, alleviating any anxieties, and ensures a comfortable, reassuring experience throughout your root canal treatment.

 

  • Dr. Nourine is available for emergency endodontic care, providing prompt relief when you need it most.

Dr. Anupama Jaswal

  • Dr. Anupama Jaswal, our family dentist, has over 22 years of extensive clinical experience in restorative dentistry with special interest in endodontics (root canal treatments).

Dr. Sanghamitra Ojha

  • Meet Dr. Sanghamitra, a dedicated family dentist with over 14 years of clinical experience and renowned for her exceptional skill in root canal treatments.

 

  • What sets Dr. Sanghamitra apart is her empathetic approach to patient care. She understands the anxiety that can come with root canal treatments, and strives to make each patient’s experience as comfortable as possible.
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Dr. Mona treated my root canal. She’s very professional,polite and informative. She always explains everything to you. I still continue my other treatments with Dr. Mona. Excellent customer service – Their staff and their whatsapp are very responsive and professional. They always call 1 day prior to your appointments to remind you.

Bralee Pichaiya

I had a consultation today for an infected tooth, and I am absolutely thrilled with the experience. From the start, Irma, who manages the reception and took my call, is an incredibly cool and accommodating lady. She was not only very pleasant but also arranged an earlier booking for me, demonstrating exceptional responsiveness even on WhatsApp.

During the consultation, I met with Dr. Nourine, who exhibited remarkable patience and provided a comprehensive explanation for my concerns. She also offered valuable advice regarding my other teeth. The entire team, including Dr. Nourine’s assistants, were not only nice but also displayed a high level of professionalism. I would highly recommend NOA Dental Clinic.

Mohammed Fathi

I had a very positive experience with NOA Dental Clinic. The Doctor who treated me was Dr Mona and I cannot praise her enough. She was polite, attentive, and did Xrays before proceeding with the fillings to ensure my teeth were healthy. Thanks to her professionalism she had found out that 1 of my teeth needed a root canal treatment. She explained everything thoroughly and how the procedure will go ahead. She works very carefully, patiently and with calm instructions to her assistants. I didn’t feel any pain and I was very happy with the whole experience. The clinic is very clean and they follow Covid-19 precautions. The staff is well spoken, courteous and always ready to help. I cannot recommend Noa Dental Clinic enough and especially Dr Mona and the staff, from reception to nurses. Thank you and I’ll be a returning customer.

Krasimira Yankova
I had my infected root canal treated by Dr.Nourine. Very professional and highly recommended!
 
Wissam Ghanem

Dr. Mona treated me for my root canal. Throughout the procedure, she was most careful in checking to make sure I was ok and not in pain. Great experience and highly recommended!

Darren Ramsden

Dr. Nourine explained the entire process clearly and answered all my questions, ensuring I was informed and comfortable throughout. The results exceeded my expectations, and I am thrilled with the outcome.

If you’re looking for a top-notch dentist in JLT, Dubai, I highly recommend Dr. Nourine. They combine professionalism, skill, and a warm, caring approach to deliver outstanding dental care. I’m grateful for their excellent service and will definitely be returning for any future dental needs.

Salma Ihab

Recommended dental clinic with very friendly staff and doctor. Thanks to Dr. Mona Yadav with her good consultation and treatment to our kids. Very clear explanation and good equipment to make sure they make the correct decision.

Zuell Amy

Fabulous service as always and Dr Nourine is the best. Professional and patient at all times. Been her patient for many years and highly recommend her and the clinic too.

Amira El Serafy

Very good experience. Dr. Nourine was excellent at taking care of my tooth; her nurse was also very good. Thank you very much!!

Asad ul-Haq

I can honestly recommend Dr Mona to anyone for a new or re root canal treatment. She is the best at her job, extremely caring and patient. She made sure I was comfortable and communicated all aspects of the treatment and constantly followed up to check I was happy and feeling well. It is apparent that she has vast experience in her field.

Reem Shili

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FAQs about root canal in Dubai

If your toothache is related to a root canal issue, it has the potential to intensify at night because lying flat increases blood pressure to the jaw. Root canal treatment provides relief by tackling underlying issues such as infection or decay. Reach out to your dentist or leave a message for them to call you first thing in the morning. In the meantime, consider these home remedies:

  • Elevate your head and upper back by placing three pillows for added comfort.
  • Take an over-the-counter pain reliever like ibuprofen (unless you’re on a blood thinner prescription).
  • Reduce inflammation and pain by applying a cold compress or a bag of frozen peas for 10-minute intervals.

An endodontist is a dentist who specializes in diagnosing and treating tooth pain and performing root canal treatments.

Root canal treatments are provided in the first place to relieve the pain caused by pulpal infection and inflammation. With modern dentistry and anesthetics, most patients report to be comfortable during the procedure. The tooth may feel sensitive for the initial few days post treatment which can be effectively managed with over the counter medications. Our main goal is to ensure that your root canal treatment is a pleasant and comfortable experience.

  • Do not hesitate to ask your dentist or endodontist any questions you may have about the procedure. This includes understanding what to expect during and after the treatment.
  • Have a light meal before the procedure to prevent feeling hungry or lightheaded during the treatment.
  • Patients may benefit from taking over-the-counter pain medication before the procedure to manage any discomfort.
  • Follow the aftercare instructions provided by your dentist or endodontist. This may involve avoiding hard or chewy foods and being cautious around the treated area.

An endodontic re-treatment may be required due to the following reasons:

  • Presence of curved and narrow canals that were not accessed during the initial root canal procedure.
  • Fracture of the root canal treated tooth.
  • Delayed placement of crown following root canal treatment.

The root canal treated tooth will be numb for a little while following the procedure. Before the anesthesia wears off, we generally advise the patient to have an over the counter medication such as ibuprofen. It is also recommended not to chew hard foods on the tooth until it has received a permanent restoration.

When undergoing a root canal, it’s important to be mindful of the foods you consume to avoid discomfort or damage to the treated tooth. Foods to be mindful of include:

  • Crunchy foods: Avoid chips, nuts, and hard fruits like apples and carrots.
  • Chewy and sticky foods: Jellybeans, chewing gum, and caramels can loosen the temporary filling. Steak and crusty bread may cause discomfort.

We welcome you to call us on 04 3987075 to discuss treatment costs or information on our interest-free 12 months payment plans.

By magnifying vision up to 25 times, the visualization of the treatment area is enhanced. Research demonstrates better treatment outcomes compared to procedures without vision magnification.

Antibiotics can help control the spread of a tooth infection and reduce pain and swelling, but they cannot cure a root canal tooth infection completely. The only way to completely cure a root canal tooth infection is to remove the infected pulp through root canal treatment. Root canal therapy allows the tooth to be saved and restored to its natural function. Antibiotics are sometimes prescribed before root canal therapy if the infection is severe, has spread to surrounding tissues, or the patient has a weakened immune system. However, antibiotics alone cannot remove the infected pulp or the source of the infection.

During a root canal, the infected nerves and tissues inside the tooth are removed, leaving it as a hollow shell. However, it’s important to note that the term “dead” in this context refers to the removal of the living tissues within the tooth, not the tooth itself. The outer structure of the tooth remains intact and can still function normally with the support of surrounding tissues. The purpose of root canal treatment is to save the tooth from further infection and potential extraction. By removing the infected pulp and disinfecting the root canals, the tooth can be preserved and continue to serve its function in the mouth.

During root canal treatment, our skilled professionals take the following steps to alleviate pain and save your tooth:

Diagnosis: We examine your tooth and X-rays to determine the extent of infection or damage.

Anesthesia: We administer local anesthesia to ensure your comfort throughout the procedure.

Access opening: A small opening is made in the crown of your tooth to access the infected or damaged pulp.

Cleaning: The infected pulp, nerve, and any debris are carefully removed from the root canals. The canals are then cleaned and shaped.

Filling: The cleaned canals are filled with a biocompatible material to seal them and prevent further infection.

Sealing: The access opening is sealed with a temporary or permanent filling.

Restoration: In most cases, a tooth that has undergone a root canal will need a protective crown to restore strength and function.

Post-treatment care instructions will be provided to ensure a smooth recovery. Do consult us for personalized details about your root canal treatment process.

After a root canal treatment, getting a dental crown is needed when the tooth structure is compromised. Crowns are crucial, especially for molars and premolars that face heavy chewing forces. It is advisable to promptly place the crown after the root canal to prevent complications and ensure the long-term success of the root canal treatment.

A post and core is a restoration method used after a root canal treatment to reinforce the tooth for future restoration. It includes inserting a post into the root canal to provide stability and support for a core restoration, which, in turn, supports a dental crown. This process is essential for teeth with significant structural loss due to decay, injury, or previous dental work.

A root canal treatment has the potential to endure for many years, and in some cases, it can even last a lifetime. On average, a tooth can stay healthy for about 10 to 15 years post a root canal procedure. A study investigating the survival time of teeth after a root canal in the general population discovered that, on average, teeth can last about 11 years following the treatment. Another study revealed that 98 percent of root canals last for one year, 92 percent for five years, and 86 percent for ten years or longer. Various factors, including the severity of the damage, the type of tooth, and the patient’s oral hygiene habits, can influence the longevity of a root canal.

Most insurance companies typically cover root canal treatments. For clarity, we recommend reaching out to your insurance provider to confirm coverage for the recommended procedure under your dental plan.

The alternative treatment options to root canal treatment depend on the specific situation and condition of the tooth. Some alternatives may include:

  • Extraction: If the tooth is severely damaged or infected and cannot be saved, extraction (removal) of the tooth may be considered. After extraction, options like dental implants, bridges, or partial dentures can be placed to replace the missing tooth.
  • Pulpotomy: In cases of infected or damaged pulp in a baby tooth, a pulpotomy may be performed. This involves removing the infected portion of the pulp and preserving the remaining healthy tissue.
  • Apicoectomy: For certain persistent infections or issues after a root canal, an apicoectomy may be performed. This is a surgical procedure to remove the tip of the tooth’s root and any infected tissue.
  • Watchful waiting: In some cases, if the infection or damage is minimal and not causing immediate discomfort, the tooth may be closely monitored without immediate intervention.

It’s crucial to consult with your dentist or endodontist to determine the most appropriate option for your specific case. They can provide recommendations based on the condition of the tooth, your oral health, and your overall well-being.

Under normal circumstances, the long-term success rate for root canal therapy ranges between 80-95%. A systematic review of longitudinal clinical studies published between 2003 and 2020 found that the weighted pooled success rates were estimated to be 92.6% under ‘loose criteria’ and 82.0% under ‘strict criteria’. Also, the overall success rates for endodontic treatment of molars seem to be similar to those of other tooth types, with more than 90% long-term success rates possible. For personalized responses and to ensure a seamless and successful root canal treatment journey, it’s essential to seek guidance from your endodontist or dental specialist.

Yes, we provide root canal treatments and re-root treatments at both JLT and Trade Centre branches.