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Re-Root Canal Treatment in Hyderabad

Re-root canal problem usually occurs when the root canal treatment is not properly performed. This usually happens when the root canal treatment is treated with naked eye as not all the layers in teeth are visible due to which the infection might remain in the bottom layers. Patients on occasion come to Dr. Jaydev asking about re-root canal treatments; now, root canal treated teeth are expected to last long for several years if not a lifetime. However, on occasion root canal treated teeth do become symptomatic showing symptoms of pain, tenderness or sometimes even puss oozing out of the gums adjacent to it. Under such circumstances, an additional procedure called an endodontic re-treatment procedure might need to be undertaken. In a re-root canal procedure, the affected tooth is reopened in order to gain access to the root canal filling. This may require disassembling crowns, posts and other restorative materials in order to reach the root of the tooth. Dr. Jaydev is well known for his Re-root Canal Treatments in Hyderabad. It takes on average 30 to 60 minutes to perform this treatment. The procedure can take up to 90 minutes in more complex cases.


# Re-Root Canal

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:

  • When biting down, there's a lot of sensitivity.
  • A pimple or boil appears on the jaw.
  • Tooth discoloration.
  • Tenderness in the gum tissue around the root canal.
  • Pain is occurring in the tooth that was fixed.
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Benefits of Microscopic Root Canal Treatment for Re-root Canals


When a standard root canal is done with the naked eye, it can only be visible for certain root layers. Whereas, using microscopic root canal treatment will allow the endodontist to see deeper layers of the root canal.
The microscope provides the greatest help during root canal treatment since when revealing root canals, we can remove very efficiently the bacteria proliferating inside them, avoiding possible complaints or re-appearing pain later.
Instead of undergoing the same treatment multiple times, get a microscopic root canal done once which guarantees zero pain permanently.

Endodontic Care at the Highest Level

Dental microscopy provides improved, more precise imaging of the interior surfaces of your tooth roots. As an outcome, relative to endodontic treatments conducted without a microscope, your root canal treatment is more effective and competent.
When the numbing medication wears off from the procedure, you will feel tenderness in the area for a few days as everything heals, and some soreness in the jaw if your mouth was open for an extended period of time during the procedure.

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# Re-Root Canal

Frequently Asked Questions

Get Every Single Answer About Re-Root Canal Treatment

When does one need Re-Root Canal treatment?

Re-Root Canal Treatment is needed when the Root Canal Treatment is not done properly or after a failed root canal treatment.

How is Re root canal treatment done?

A microscope enhances the tooth and lets the dentist view the deeper parts of it and the infection present there. This helps the treatment to work on the deeper level of infection which helps in saving the tooth for a longer period with no side effects.

What Is A Microscopic Root Canal Treatment?

A microscope enhances the tooth and lets the dentist view the deeper parts of it and the infection present there. This helps the treatment to work on the deeper level of infection which helps in saving the tooth for a longer period with no side effects.

Should I get a re-root canal or extraction after a failed root canal treatment?

Depending on the severity of the issue and the level of infection, we will suggest to you the best possible way to treat the problem.

What are the signs & Symptoms of failure of a Root Canal Treatment?

The general signs & symptoms of failed root canal treatment include 1. Deterioration of the seal 2. Cracking of the teeth 3. Pain 4. Presence of sinus pus 5. Swelling of the gums that overlies the tooth 6. Greater mobility of the teeth which had been treated If any of these symptoms are seen and depending on the severity, we will suggest you the best treatment.

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