Root Canal Treatment Cost in Gurgaon

  1. Root canal treatment (RCT) : Rs. 2500/- to Rs. 5000/- per tooth.

  2. Failed RCT or Re-RCT: Rs. 3500/- to Rs. 6000/-.

Post & core procedure, If needed: Rs. 1000/- to Rs. 2000/- per post depending upon type of post used.

Sometimes an endodontic surgery (apicoectomy or root end resection) is needed that will cost higher.

X-ray image of RC Treated tooth over which crown is placed.

X-ray Image: premolar tooth after endodontic Treatment over which a crown is placed.

X-ray Image Showing tooth needing RC Treatment.

Root Canal Treatment

In Bhatotia Dental clinic, we strive to provide painless, cost effective root canal treatment by using advanced and latest dental material and equipment's. We use latest technology and instruments like endomotor, apex locater, IOPA x-ray, gutta percha cutter, quality and branded GP filling material, rotary files and dental loupes for better visibility.

Before starting any treatment it's always good thing to know more about the procedure that you will be undergoing.

Procedure:-

Root canal Treatment in gurgaon is a procedure that is done to remove infected pulp from a tooth to eliminate the infection and to prevent tooth getting infected from future microbial invasion. It is best known as endodontic treatment.

Various steps required for the procedure :

  1. Injection:

First your dentist will inject a local anaesthetic using nerve block injection technique. After this injection, you will feel numb near the injection site. It is done to make sure you will not feel any pain during the treatment.

  1. Isolation :

The tooth that requires treatment needs to isolated to prevent contamination from saliva using Rubber dam application. It takes a little extra time to apply rubber dam.

  1. Access Cavity Opening:

Using dental burs and dental air-rotors, your dentist will then prepare access cavity opening to gain access to your pulp chamber and pulp canals. Good access opening is very important to have good visibility of the canal and easy access to pulp chamber. Using advanced "dental Loupes" also improves the visibility.

  1. Cleaning and Shaping Root Canal:

After gaining access to pulp chamber, pulp remanents are removed from pulp chamber. Then root canals are located & are irrigated using various medicated material such as Normal Saline & Sodium Hypochorite. Canals are shaped using Endomotors with rotary files. Handfiles are also used. Working length is determined using Apex locators and IOPA x-ray.

  1. Filling the prepared root canal:

Root Canals are filled with materials like Gutta percha along with root canal sealer after cleaning and shaping.

  1. Post operative Restoration:

After filling the canals with gutta percha, remaining prepared tooth is filled with the restorative material.

After the above procedure, a artificial cap or crown is placed over the treated tooth and tooth can now be used for normal function like eating and chewing.

X-ray Image: tooth after Treatment.

How many times I need to visit for my RCT?

Endodontic treatment( or RCT ) sometimes can be completed in just one sitting and sometimes it takes multiple visits to complete the procedure to remove any infected pulp and also to save the tooth. Tooth that is infected for longer time needs at least 2- 3 visits to complete the treatment. While intentional RCT may be done in single sitting.

Is Endodontic treatment a painful procedure?

Your dentist or endodontist, a specialist for such treatment, will numb the area of treatment using a local anaesthetic. Your will not feel pain while your dentist will perform the root canal treatment procedure but you may expect slight discomfort after the treatment which eventually will go away. You may be prescribed antibiotic (if needed) and painkillers to prevent infection and to relieve pain and swelling if there's any.

Factors affecting variation in RCT charges?

There are several reasons for variation in procedure charges such as:

  1. Location of the clinic.

  2. Investment done in the clinic.

  3. Experience of dentist.

  4. Treatment to be performed by Endodontist (MDS) or General Dentist (BDS).

  5. Rotary or Manual Instrumentation: Treatment done using Rotary instrument is expensive.

  6. Quality or brand of material used in the procedure.

  7. Tooth to be treated and number of canals in the root.

  8. Calcified canals or pulp chamber as it's another task one has to do for finding canals and maintaining patency.

  9. If a dentist or endodontist uses dental microscope they usually charge higher compared to others.