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Three Counterparts of Teeth
- Enamel, which is the hard, outer layer of the tooth.
- Dentine, the core of the tooth which provides the tooth’s shape and supports the enamel. Dentine is not as hard as the enamel but is stronger than bone.
- Pulp, which as previously stated is the innermost part of the tooth. This is where the nerves and blood vessels are located. The pulp itself lies within the root canal.
Pulp Can Rot Or Die Due To
- Caries, a particular form of decay, which will travel through from the enamel straight to the pulp if not treated.
- Severe trauma, which can affect the makeup of the pulp.
- Gum disease, in which the gum will detach itself from the tooth, allowing a gap where bacteria can be trapped inside the tooth.
- Any ache on or around the affected tooth, ranging from even the dullest pain to the most severe.
- A dark spot that will appear on the gum in the area of the infected tooth. This is an indication of a build-up of puss from the root tip.
- Severe swelling in the area surrounding the affected tooth.
- Pain while eating food
Procedure of Root Canal Treatment
- At first, the area is made numb using the anesthesia to make treatment painless
- An opening is created through the crown of the tooth towards the chamber of pulp
- Next step is to remove the infected pulp from the teeth
- Then cleaning of the root canal so that every infected part is removed
- The infected area is Then given proper medication and root canals are filled with temporary material
After the treatment, a permanent porcelain crown will be used to seal the tooth and treatment will be called successful and after that, you can eat and bite without any pain. A little inflammation and discomfort after the treatment is normal and will take a couple of days to be back normal. In case of pain, increase you can take painkillers to get rid of the pain.