As a result of acute tooth decay, the pulp in
the root canal may be infected. Since they consist of blood vessels and nerves,
the pulp is essentially what keeps the tooth alive. Usually, the recommended
root canal treatment is a common treatment when the infection is obvious.
Symptoms and signs that may need to be treated Root canal:
– Broken, broken, broken or double teeth
– Acute and spontaneous pain is difficult to detect and can occur because of an injured heart or abscess at the root end.
– Coloration or blackening of teeth
– Light pain and pressure
– Pain spreads to the ear, temples or jaw.
– Prolonged pain and allergies to hot and cold drinks and nutrients
– Frequent or persistent acne on the gums, which can give off the pus, causing a foul odor or taste
– Acute pain in the teeth when biting, chewing or touching due to inflammation or inflammation at the tip of the roots and the impact of pressure on the nest irritates the root area.
– Swelling and tenderness of the gums near the affected tooth
– Swelling of the face
However, there are cases where the tooth pulp can be damaged or damaged without any of the above symptoms. When this happens, a dental problem is often detected by x-rays or special dental tests during examinations or other dental procedures.
Causes of damage or injury to the pulp of the teeth:
– Abscess, when a purulent pocket is formed around the end of the root when the pulp of the tooth dies and can spread to surrounding tissue and bones
– Advanced infection of the gums
– Grating or grinding teeth
– Deep caries under the filling, which is not treated
– The deep cavity in the teeth
– Frequent dental procedures that may cause more stress on the tooth, such as drilling, padding, and balls
– Damage to the age, such as chopping, cracking, or even breaking the root when the nerve is damaged at the end of the root, leading to his death; this can occur immediately or after years of injury
Root canal treatment is an alternative to a substance that prevents repeated infections in the future by removing the pulp. Unlike the past, this procedure will not leave dark teeth due to advanced techniques in dental practice and equipment.
Therefore, the procedure for cosmetic reasons will provide teeth. When there is no other option, this should be taken into consideration, although the alternative is tooth extraction.
Preventing further problems and injuring teeth without removing the tooth are the advantages of the procedure.
If you have the following problems on your teeth, you need to treat the root canal:
Tenderness, swelling, and infection of the gums
Each case does not necessarily mean that extracellular therapy is necessary, although a clear sign of infection is swelling. Again, whether you need to undergo the procedure or not seriously, the dentist can be advised, it depends.
You may have to go to a dentist and tell him if the tumor is clear enough, or when you notice or feel a tumor in the neck or face, and continue for several days.
This does not always mean that you will undergo Root Canal Therapy (RCT) or you will need to remove it when your teeth are sore. The intensity of the pain you feel depends.
There are also some teeth that do not hurt at all, but they need to undergo Immunotherapy, so whether the dentist will need it or not will be limited.
You should immediately contact your dentist when the pain occurs within a few days, and the pain varies from severe to severe to boring or similar. Even for teeth whitening, you should also consult your dentist.
Sensitivity to cold and heat
This may be a sign that you need to undergo Immunotherapy when you are very sensitive to something cold and hot with a toothache. Also, you feel uncomfortable when you bite a certain. Whenever you eat hot or cold foods or fluids, you feel pain, and last for a long time, this is a delicate sensitivity, which is often a symptom.
In the gum tissue, the formation of the acne lesion is the gums. This is a pus drain, where it can give an exit to the neural pathways instead of causing the tissue to increase or build up inside the soft tissue in the mouth.
Depending on the activity and weakness of the infection, the size of the gums may decrease and increase. Since the gums serve as pus for the pus, the person is likely to find a bad taste. Swollen tissue is formed when the duct is clogged, and the lesion looks soft when touched.
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