Single visit Root canal tratment or Endodontic treatment is a common procedure in dentistry, the main indications of root canal treatment is irrevesible pulpitis, necrosis of dental pulp caused by caroius process, tooth cracks, or chips or even dental trauma. Tooth with pulp exposureTooth with periapical leshion which needs treatement Root canal treatment is performed to remove organic tissues and affected debris and bacteria form the root canal space, using mechanical debridement and copious irrigation using medicaments and filling the canal space using a root canal sealer and a rubber like material(guttapercha), this is followed by the placement of a coronal seal to prevent microlekage.











Dental ceramic crown Root canal treatment can be done in single vist or two vist, which is decided depending on the health conditon of tooth, like absence of leshion.Single vist root canal is usually completed in a single vist, where the cleaning and obturation is done in a single day, this procedure is done on tooth which does not have inflamation of the pulp and intentional root canals. No difference exist in the effectiveness of root canal treatment in trems of radiographic sucess between single and multiple vist root canals treatment, most short term and long term complications are also similar, in terms of frequency, although single vist root canal treatment done tooth has higher chances of experiencing pain than multiple vist root canals. Multiple vist root canals is carried out in tooth which has long standing history of decay with periapical leshion in radiograph. Tooth with periapical leshion Re root canals which is a common treatment now is usually done in two vists Tooth with improperly done rootcanal which need treatement where the guttapercha is removed, the canals is cleaned and packed with a intra-canal medicament. Finally the root canal is completed in the following vist. Tooth after the completion of re-root canal treatment sucessful root canal treatment is characterised by the absence of symptoms, and absence of clinical signs of infection in the tooth,with out the presnce of of a periapical leshion.