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Overview Of Root Canal

A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth becomes infected or badly decayed teeth. During a root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp are removed and the inside of the tooth is sealed or cleaned. The tissue around the tooth will become infected if left without treatment.

It contains the pulp chamber (in the coronal part of the tooth), the main canal(s), and more complicated anatomical branches that may fix the root canals to each other or to the surface of the root.

"Root canal" is used to describe the natural cavity in the middle of the tooth. The pulp or pulp chamber is the soft area in the root canal. The tooth has nerve lies within the root canal.

The root canal treatment is consists of removing the inflamed and infected pulp tissue. Enamel, Dentin, Pulp, Root, and Bone etc.

Symptoms

  • Pain:  Sensitivity of the teeth, when pressing and biting.
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold drinks
  • Efficient chewing
  • Swelling: ranging  from a small bump on the gum to a swollen jaw or face
  • Normal biting force and sensation
  • Natural appearance

Risks Factors

Risks of a root canal sometimes, however, the damage is too deep or the enamel is weakened to withstand the procedure. These factors can lead to loss of the tooth.

  • Tooth discoloration
  • Poor-quality root filling
  • Damage of tooth
  • Severe pain 

Benefits

  • Root canal therapy required treatment of the tooth pulp or nerve and finishing it with a crown or a dental filling.
  • Less expensive compare to replacement or tooth implant
  • Painless treatment
  • Prolonged life and maintain natural tooth
  • It Prevents the Jawbone to Degenerate
  • Enhances Oral and Overall Health

Procedures Of Root Canal

Root canal treatment is also called as endodontic treatment or endodontic therapy, or root canal therapy.

Decades ago, root canal treatments usually were painful. With dental advances most people have little pain with a root canal. In fact, decayed tooth is probably more painful. Root canal alternatives involve: replacing it with a dental implant, teeth extraction, and bridge or removable partial denture.

Root canal procedures:

  • Administered a Local anesthesia injection, to numb the surrounding tissues and for treating the tooth.
  • A dental dam, a thin sheet of rubber or vinyl, will be set over the affected and adjacent teeth. The tooth undergoing treatment protrudes through a hole punched within the dam, isolating it from the rest of the mouth. This permit the root canal treatment to be carried out in a sterile environment free from contamination by bacteria found in saliva or the rest of the mouth.
  • Root canal fillings are choose that will exactly fit into the freshly prepared canals. Generally a rubber like material called gutta-percha is used to fill the canal hole or space. In between with adhesive cement called a sealer, the gutta-percha fills the prepared canal space. Sealing the canals is mostly important to prevent the re-infected with the bacteria.
  • The canals are disinfected with antibacterial and antiseptic solutions.
  • After the procedure, antibiotic medicines are prescribed to treat or prevent infection.

Post Procedures Of Root Canal

  • A Root canal therapy will generally useful for relieve the pain and maintain your tooth. Please avoid biting on the tooth for the next few days (at least for 1 week).
  • You must take the prescribed medicines.
  • It’s not unusual for the tooth to be tender after a root canal, and healing occurs very fast, if you don’t chew on it immediately. You have to eat soft foods for atleast 1 week. Also, avoid biting your cheek, tongue, lip while anesthetized (numb) since this may cause damage to them.
  • Should you have any tooth pain that you cannot tolerate, abnormal swelling, significant pain, or fever then consult your doctor. The doctor will suggest medication or other steps to make you more comfortable.
  • First few days You should avoid the hard food, which is hard to chew. Take mostly liquids.
  • Endodontically treated teeth have been weakened by previous decay and fillings. It is compulsory for these teeth to receive additional protection in the form of a cast restoration (crown). This will protect tooth from the possible contaminations, Such as: future fracture and decay, and protect the root canal. Delay in obtaining a final restoration may result in the required a retreatment or a root canal, fracture and/or possible loss of the tooth.

 

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