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Why Root Canal?

Root canal treatment effectively repairs and save the tooth from getting severely decayed or infected. This treatment is done without the removal of any tooth. If your tooth is not treated, the tissue surrounding the tooth will get infected and abscesses may form.

The pulp extends from the crown which is the visible part of the tooth to the tip of the tooth's root in the jawbone.

The pulp contains nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue. When a tooth is cracked or has a deep cavity, bacteria can enter the pulp easily.

If left untreated, bacteria and decaying material cause a serious infection or a tooth abscess, leading to pulp death, bone loss and loss of the tooth itself.

Signs and symptoms of these tooth decay include swelling around your face and neck, a hole in your tooth, toothache , gum swelling, and temperature sensitivity.

Need to get relieved from tooth decay? Well perform the highly effective root canal treatment. To know more details call us today at 888-258-3870.


Symptoms And Signs

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A root canal is usually done by an endodontist or a general dentist.

The root canal usually takes one or two visits, or sometimes additional visits are required because some teeth may be difficult to treat. Initially, you have dental X-rays to check the extent of damage. Initially, you have dental X-rays to check the extent of damage.

Then a rubberlike sheet called a dental dam is put in your mouth to keep the tooth clean, to protect the tooth and free of saliva. Decay is removed, and an opening is made through the crown of the tooth to gain access to the pulp chamber.

The cleaning out process is accomplished using root canal files. Generally sodium hypochlorite or water is used periodically to flush away the debris. Using small dental instruments, the infected or diseased pulp is removed effectively.

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After the diseased pulp is removed, the pulp chamber and root canals are flushed and cleaned. The root canals may be reshaped and enlarged to allow better access for filling later. Before permanently filling the root canals, they should be clean of all infection and dried. Medication is required in the pulp chamber and root canal to clear any infection.

The tooth is left open to drain for several days. If infection has spread beyond the tooth, you may need a prescription for antibiotics. If the root canal requires multiple visits, a temporary filling is placed in the crown to protect the tooth and keep out from debris and saliva. Avoid biting or chewing on the tooth until it's been treated and restored.

After Root Canal

The filing is done by placing a crown that resembles a realistic looking artificial tooth. A crown is made of gold, porcelain or porcelain fused to metal. Crowns made of porcelain or porcelain fused to metal is tinted to match the color of your other teeth

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