Cost Of Dental Treatment?

Why Dental Treatment Cost Varies ? What is the Cost of Tooth Removal ? Dental Treatment In India ?

There are various reasons why the tooth removal or extraction cost varies. Cost of treatment depends on instruments and equipment’s used, method of sterilization etc. Some of the reasons are mentioned below-

1. Method of Sterilization:- Boiling the instrument does not remove all the germs but Autoclave should be used that is steam under pressure. Lack of Instrument sterilization can transfer deadly diseases like HIV, Hepatitis etc. Some of these diseases are not even Curable.

2. Tooth Removal Instruments:- Conventional tooth removal Forceps costs between 500 to 2000 per instrument. While Next Generation PHYSICS Forceps made in USA costs around 2 Lakhs. Physics Forceps have several advantages like it removes the tooth painlessly. It also preserve’s the maximum amount of bone. Remaining bone is the most important criteria when considering replacement with artificial teeth.

3. Convention Needle are 18 gauge as the are very thick it causes pain while pricking. On the other hand a 30 gauge needle is ultra fine and causes least amount of pain. These are mostly imported from France and are only slightly expensive.

4. One in a million can die due to Anaphylaxis/ Reaction with Anesthetic Agent. But now there is option of Special Lignocaine which is specially developed to avoid this problem. Unfortunately currently It is expensive but spending a little extra is worth it.
Similarly there are several other reasons which can affect the cost of dental treatments.

We always believe patients comfort comes first. So without compromising in quality we offer all dental treatment at a very reasonable and realistic rates.

Causes of Pain after the Root Canal Treatment?

Why do you have pain after the RCTs/ Root Canal Treatment

Pain after Root Canal Treatment or RCT

There can be several reasons why one can still have Pain After RCT or Root Canal Treatment. Some of the most common once are listed below:
1. The instrument that is used to clean the root canal space might get fractured within the root canal space thereby not allow complete cleaning of root canal space. This can be due to over use of Instruments meant to be discarded after every single RCT case. Appling excessive pressure while cleaning, calcified canals or severely curved root canal etc. may also lead instrument separation.
2. Broken Instrument if present beyond the tooth into the bone will have more severe repercussions like swelling, pain or pus formation.
3. Pain can also arise if there is a over filling beyond the tooth into the bone.
4. Incomplete filling of the root canal space can also result in accumulation of bacteria in the remaining root canal thereby leading to pain or abscess.
5. RCT is a complicated procedure specially in the posterior teeth because it has more number of root canals and the dentist should be able to locate all the canals. There can be up to 6 canals in the molars although it varies from person to person.
6. Crowns/ Capping having marginal Discrepancies i.e if the fabricated crown margins are placed beyond the tooth and over the gums. It can lead to food accumalation around the crown margin which later causes inflammation and pain at the gum margins
7. A perfectly done Root Canal Treatment may also end up in pain if the used instrument is infected and bacteria is transferred from one patient to the another.

Treatment Options
(A) Root Canal Treatment should be repeated again which is also called as Re-RCT Treatment. It’s normally carried out by the root canal specialist who is also called as Endodontist.
OR
(B) EXTRACTION /Tooth Removal