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I want to know how much time it takes for a root canal the whole procedure for 4 molar teeth and also the price per teeth including the filling.

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It takes about three sittings for one rct n filling u will require caps also on all these teeth cost ten k per tooth n above
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First get your x Ray done and if indicated we can complete rct in two sittings for all four molars and charges are accordingly less when the same treatment I will get it done in multiple sittings. So single sitting rct is bit costlier than multiple one and also depends upon the doctor and services also.
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Dear Lybrate user, Root canal treatment is are of two types- 1)- single seating RCT:- whole procedure is completed in single (one) seating. 2)- Multiple seating RCT:- RCT completed in 5 to 6 visit. you should consult to your dentist for clinical diagnosis & needful treatment.
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Single visit RCT cost varies from 4000-7000 depending upon experience and quality of treatment multiple visit RCT will cost you from 2500-4000 .RCT in four teeth an be done in two visits if we go for single visit RCT and 5-6 visits in multiple visit rct.
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It will take one week. Cost depend on each clinic.
RCT is done to eliminate infection of teeth in most of the case. Depending on infection it might take 1 visit to 4-5 visits. Charges ranges from 2500 onwards.
It may take about a week to several weeks, depends upon the infection.
Now a days root canal treatment done in single sitting also. And if does in multiple sitting done in 3 to 4 sittings. And cost of rct varies starts from 2000 to 5000.
It will take around 7 to 10 days. Costing is from 1000 to 15000 per rct. Remember best is always expensive.
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