There are certain myths about root canal treatment due to which people avoid it. Let’s see what are they:
Myth: RCT is a painful procedure
Fact: RCT is not painful. Local anaesthesia is applied before the procedure and hence patient does not feel any pain.
Myth: RCT is an expensive procedure
Fact: The cost varies according to the location of the tooth and the cost of the crown.
Myth: RCT has risks associated with it
Fact: RCT is not risky, instead, it saves your natural tooth.
Myth: RCT can be avoided
Fact: Avoiding RCT can cause severe health issues and may require tooth removal.
Myth: In RCT Tooth roots are removed
Fact: Root Canal Treatment is a dental procedure in which the diseased or damaged pulp (core) of a tooth is removed, and the inside areas are filled and sealed. It saves roots.
Myth: RCT can not be done during pregnancy
Fact: RCT requires an X-Ray of the mouth. As these rays do not reach the abdomen area, RCT is completely safe for pregnant ladies.