Root Canal Therapy
Root Canal Therapy
When does a teeth get severe pain and need to endure? When the teeth develop a severe rot and the so-called dental nerve pathway (dental pulp) or dental canal is the site of the accumulation of different microbes, severe inflammation is caused in the pulpal (nerve) of the tooth and this inflammation increases the pulp volume and, given that The tooth pulp is in a closed environment, causing a severe increase in the teeth pulp and this pressure is transmitted to the nerve end of the tooth and transmitted to the brain in the tooth. The reason is that it intensifies in the teeth at night, this is a severe pressure on the nerve endings, which increases pressure on the cerebrospinal fluid in the night.
What are the stages of doing the job?
Depending on how many teeth have a canal or a neural pathway, the number of nerve sessions varies from 1 to 3 sessions. For teeth 2 and 1 channel, usually 1 to 2 sessions, and for 3-channel teeth normally required 3 sessions of time. After complete anesthesia, first, the "access cavity" is opened with a turbine mill, called the Pulp Chamber, to access the nerve channel. Then, with the help of the file, either manually or (in this case, our rotary file is used) the nerve is removed from the teeth, at this time we need a radiographic picture to determine the exact length of the root. Then, with higher rotational file numbers, the channel of the neural channel moves to the taper to make channel filling easier. Then in the next session, the canal is filled with a tooth and then the crown is filled. What is the teeth canal with materials called gutta-percha?
Can toothpaste be completed during a session?
Yes, it is possible, provided that the tooth does not have abscess or inflammation at the root end of the root, that is, the lining of the teeth. Otherwise, we need to prescribe the drug and have time to improve the abscess treatment lesion.