What is involved in Root canal treatment procedure?
The perfect smile, that perfect face. What are the criteria that determine facial beauty? There are many a feature and these vary from person to person. However, certain things remain constant. Having a perfect smile means the same thing to everyone. Glistening white teeth without any crowding, a proper upper to lower jaw relation. This page explains about the root canal procedure in Richardson hospital.
Many a time taken for granted by many of us, the importance of having good teeth can only be explained by someone who cannot smile openly due to the poor condition of their teeth. The upper front teeth are the one that is most displayed in our smile. What happens when these teeth are decayed and hence instead of glistening while the smile turns into ugly grey? Or if due to some trauma/accident the teeth in the anterior region are lost and hence contributing to poor facial esthetics?
The Padma reported to our center a few weeks ago. She was a pretty young woman in her mid-twenties. She told us that she lost her upper front teeth a few months back in an accident and hence wanted some treatment as soon as possible as she wasn’t able to talk or smile properly.
The patient had got some dental treatment done elsewhere, which had resulted in gaps between her teeth, causing unaesthetic results. She said that normal activities such as talking, smiling would display her teeth and that would become an embarrassment for her. We did an initial checkup and after the initial assessment, we decided that the Padma would need root canal treatment in of her upper anterior teeth followed by ceramic crowns and bridges.
The entire treatment took around 5 days to complete and the results were up to our expectations. The patient was happy with the final result. Such dental rehabilitation procedures are routinely undertaken at our hospital, we have a team of highly qualified dentists, prosthodontists, maxillofacial surgeons who work together to give to the patient the smile off their dreams!