Root Canal Treatment (RCT) involves the removal of the pulp or nerve tissue from a tooth. The roots are cleaned and shaped to eliminate any underlying-infection. The roots of the tooth are then filled with a rubber-based filling material to seal the root canal system from the external environment. RCT becomes necessary where the pulp is irreparably damaged and aims to relieve or prevent symptoms. Examples of such cases are tooth fracture due to trauma or very deep cavities.