Root canal treatment

A root canal is the space inside a tooth that contains the nerve and blood vessels, which nourish the tooth.

When infection or damage reaches the root canal, it can cause severe pain and potentially lead to tooth loss. Timely root canal treatment is crucial for saving damaged teeth and preventing serious complications.


  • Deep Cavities. When decay reaches the tooth pulp;
  • Repeated Dental Procedures. Multiple treatments on the same tooth;
  • Cracks and Chips. Mechanical damage to the tooth;
  • Tooth Injuries. Blows or falls that damage the pulp;
  • Infections and Inflammation. Bacterial infections penetrating the root canal.


  • Severe Tooth Pain. Especially when biting or applying pressure;
  • Sensitivity to Hot and Cold. Prolonged pain after exposure to temperatures;
  • Swelling and Gum Inflammation. Around the affected tooth;
  • Tooth Discoloration. Darkening or color change of the affected tooth;
  • Bad Breath. Associated with infection in the tooth.

Treatment Methods

  • Traditional Root Canal Treatment. Removal of infected pulp and filling of the canals;
  • Microscope-Assisted Treatment. Enhanced precision using a microscope;
  • Laser Treatment. Use of a laser to sterilize and treat the canals;Apex Locator. Determining the length of the root canal with an apex locator.

Recommendations for Patients with Symptoms

  • Immediately see a dentist if you experience any of the above symptoms;
  • Avoid chewing on the side of the mouth with the problematic tooth;
  • Maintain good oral hygiene by regularly brushing and flossing your teeth.

Root Canal Treatment Procedure

  • Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. Examination of the oral cavity, X-rays, or CT scans to assess the condition of the root canal;
  • Anesthesia. Local anesthesia to numb the area around the affected tooth;
  • Tooth Opening. Creating access to the root canal through the tooth crown;
  • Removal of Infected Tissue. Removing the infected or damaged pulp using specialized tools;
  • Cleaning and Shaping the Canals. Cleaning and widening the root canals to prepare for filling;
  • Filling the Canals. Filling and sealing the canals with a special material (gutta-percha);
  • Restoring the Tooth. Placing a temporary or permanent filling or crown to restore the function and appearance of the tooth.

Root canal treatment is a vital procedure for preserving dental health and preventing tooth loss.

Timely dental visits and following post-procedure recommendations will help keep your teeth healthy and functional for many years.


Is root canal treatment painful?

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and is usually painless. There may be slight discomfort after the procedure.

How long does the root canal treatment procedure take?

The duration depends on the complexity of the case, but it usually takes 1 to 2 hours.

What if my tooth still hurts after root canal treatment?

Mild pain and sensitivity after the procedure are normal and should subside in a few days. If the pain persists, see your dentist.

How long does a tooth last after root canal treatment?

With proper care and regular dental check-ups, a treated tooth can last many years, sometimes even a lifetime.

Can root canal treatment be avoided?

Regular dental check-ups and timely treatment of cavities and other issues can help avoid the need for root canal treatment.

What complications can arise after root canal treatment?

Possible complications include re-infection, tooth fracture, or an allergic reaction to materials used in the treatment.

Dr. Eldar Guseinov
pediatric dentist;
languages: English, Russian, Turkish
Dr. Kristina Polyakova
general dentist, pediatric dentist, hygienist;
languages: English, Russian
Dr. Riyaz Godil
specialist endodontist;
languages: English, Arabic, Hindi
Dr. Alina Pavlovets
general dentist (endodontics and teeth restoration treatment with microscope);
languages: English, Russian


RCT (Treatment of pulpitis) of 1 root canal tooth

Anesthesia and a x-ray are not included in the price.
Restoration of the crown part is not included in the price.
The treatment is carried out under a microscope.

from 1300 AED
RCT (Treatment of pulpitis) of the 2-4 root canal tooth

Anesthesia and a x-ray are not included in the price.
Restoration of the crown part is not included in the price.
The treatment is carried out under a microscope.

2000 - 4200 AED
Local anaesthesia
40 AED
Computer anaesthesia STA
200 AED


photo protocol
Dental treatment photo protocol

During the initial consultation we will definitely carry out photodiagnostics of the condition of the teeth and portrait photography in our photo studio if you are preparing for orthodontic treatment, prosthetics, or teeth whitening. Next we take a photo of the current treatment and at the end you can see the result of your treatment in the photo.

Photos are attached to your electronic health record and help you participate equally and track your treatment progress.

Painless treatment

A mixture of nitric oxide and oxygen in a small concentration reduces the level of anxiety and control in anticipation of what is happening in the dentist's chair.
Indicated for children after three years for any type of treatment, adolescences and adults as well.

Digital treatments protocols

We have implemented accurate digital protocols for surgical planning and aesthetic prosthetics in adult patients in the planning of orthodontic treatment for the smallest patients in difficult cases.

Comprehensive approach

Each patient who comes to our clinic for the first time receives a detailed comprehensive consultation of several specialists on the state of oral health. This is necessary in order to develop an individualized treatment plan that is suitable for this particular person, based on a complex of problems in the oral cavity, and not on a single decayed tooth.

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