Root canal treatment

 

 

Some times to preserve a tooth and its functionality, it becomes necessary to do root canal procedure on it. The procedure includes removing the nerve and the pulp of tooth surgically. The reason why root canal treatment is a necessity is that the infected tooth can started infecting the underlying tissue, which can result in unbearable and tooth loss. With a crown, the root canal treatment seals a tooth and helps in restoring its functionality.
 

Why get root canal?

 

Oral infections mostly occur when either the nerve or the pulp of the tooth damaged. The damages result in bacteria, which multiplies quickly and can result in a tooth infection or pus-filled pockets around the tooth. Once the pus spreads to the root, infection is caused. The infection can result in swelling, draining or even bone loss. Therefore, it is important to get root canal treatment and protect yourself.

 

What causes damage to pulp?

 

Abscess or infection are two reasons that result in deep tooth decay cracked tooth. They can also result in several dental procedures such as getting large fillings. There can be a number of factors, which play pivotal role in getting the tooth infected. In majority of the case, it is caused due to the lack of oral hygiene
 

How root canal is done?

 

The process cannot be completed in a single day. It requires multiple visits with the dentists or the endodontist. At Some Day Dental Implants Clinic, we have specialized endodontists who are perform the procedures readily to give perseverance to the tooth. They are specialists in diagnosis, prevention and treatment of oral diseases that might result in a injury of a pulp or nerve of a tooth.

 

Step 1: before recommending the root canal treatment, the specialist will first take X-Ray of your teeth. It will help him/her in seeing the area under the rot. The specialist will decide whether root canal is the best solution in this case or not.
 

Step 2: You will schedule an appointment with the dentist for treatment. By using local anaesthesia, the specialist will numb the surrounding area. To absorb the saliva, rubber dam will be placed around the affected tooth.

 
Step 3: A hole will be drilled into the tooth by the specialist. Infected pulp along with the debris will be removed via root canal soles. Till all the infected pulp is take out, each of the file will be shoved down the drill hole. To flush out the debris, sodium hydrochloride is used.

 

Step 4: The tooth will be sealed by the specialist once all debris is taken out. If there is infection, the endodontist will wait until it is healed and then seal the tooth. In such a case, a filling will be placed on top so that they hole can be covered.
 

Step 5: Gutta percha, which is the root canal filling material will be filled into the root canal. The root canal will be sealed. A crown is usually placed on the tooth to protect.

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