What is a root canal?
Root canal treatment is the removal of the pulp (nerves) of a tooth when the pulp is infected or inflamed. This helps preserve badly damaged teeth rather than pulling them out. When the nerve is removed, the remaining space in the canal is cleared, shaped, and filled.
What are the signs? “Severe spontaneous toothache” Abrupt and violent awakening at night “Pain, irradiation to the jaw” Headache causing headache “Hypersensitivity to cold and heat” Deep cavity affecting the nerves “Burning pain” Infected tooth. Swollen glands and joints »Fever and general malaise» Discoloration of toothache »History of trauma, trauma or fracture
Do you have mosquitoes for tube treatment?
During treatment, the teeth become paralyzed. After treatment, inflammation of the surrounding tissues can lead to softening or softening of your teeth for several days. Follow your dentist’s orders to control pain and infection. Our painless and affordable endodontic treatment makes it more acceptable to our patients.
What should I do after treatment?
Do not bite or bite the tooth that is being treated until it is completely secured with a filling or crown. Excessive pressure during this stage can lead to cracked or broken teeth. Root canal teeth are just as susceptible to caries as natural teeth.
Therefore, always practice good oral hygiene, including brushing and flossing your teeth. Sushila Dental Hospital uses the most advanced dental technology and equipment for painless and painless root canal treatment.