Re-Root Canal Treatments

Re-root Canal

Already done a root canal treatment and still having painful tooth?

Reasons for Re-Root Canal Issue

With a success rate of more than 95%, root canal treatment is typically safe and effective. A root canal, like any other medical or dental operation, can occasionally fail. This is usually caused by a loose crown, a fractured tooth, or new decay. Root canals can fail weeks or even years after the treatment.Symptoms to look out for:

Instead of undergoing the same treatment multiple times, get a microscopic root canal done once which guarantees zero pain permanently.

At Phoenix Dent Care, we understand that a previous root canal treatment may not always guarantee a lifetime of relief. In some cases, patients may require a re-root canal treatment, and we are here to help.

Re-Root Canal Treatment Explained: Re-root canal treatment, also known as root canal retreatment, is a procedure that addresses issues with a tooth that has previously undergone root canal therapy. It may be necessary if the initial treatment did not fully resolve the problem or if a new issue has developed.

Why Choose Phoenix Dent Care for Re-Root Canal Treatments:

  1. Expertise: Our skilled dental professionals have extensive experience in performing re-root canal treatments. They use the latest techniques and technology to ensure the best possible outcome.
  2. Advanced Diagnostics: We employ state-of-the-art imaging and diagnostic tools to precisely identify the root cause of the problem, allowing for more effective retreatment.
  3. Personalized Care: We tailor our treatment plans to address your specific needs and concerns, ensuring your comfort and well-being throughout the process.
  4. Preservation of Natural Teeth: Re-root canal treatments can often save a tooth that might otherwise need to be extracted, helping you maintain a natural and functional smile.

Frequently Asked Questions

Re-Root Canal Treatment, also known as retreatment, is a dental procedure performed when a previously treated tooth exhibits persistent issues or new problems after an initial root canal. It involves the removal of the existing filling material, thorough cleaning, and resealing of the root canals.

Common reasons include the presence of persistent infection, a new infection, inadequate healing of the tooth after the initial root canal, or the development of new issues with the treated tooth.
Persistent pain, swelling, or the recurrence of symptoms in a previously treated tooth may indicate the need for a re-root canal. A thorough examination by our experienced dentists at Phoenix Dent Care can help determine if retreatment is necessary.
Our skilled dentists use modern techniques and anesthesia to minimize discomfort during the procedure. While some post-treatment soreness is normal, it is typically managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.
The duration of the procedure varies depending on the complexity of the case. On average, re-root canal treatment may take one to two appointments, with each session lasting about 90 minutes to 2 hours.

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