Home Health Root Canal Treatment and Its Causes – Credihealth Blog

Root Canal Treatment and Its Causes – Credihealth Blog

39
0


Most people visit the dentist only when they feel discomfort in their teeth or gums. Root Canal is the most common problem heard, frequently in most people. In most cases, people are unaware of the exact problem behind their ached tooth or their difficulty chewing their favourite food. And as a result, the least care about it initially until it turns out to be a severe problem. 

In this blog, we have decided to shed some light to address some most common yet unknown facts and procedures involved in root canal treatment. 

What is a Root Canal?

First, let us understand what a tooth is composed of. Usually, any teeth primary or permanent have three parts enamel, dentin, and pulp surrounded by the gums and supported by the bone. For any tooth, the problem starts from the cavities that form on the outer layer of teeth i.e., enamel. When this cavity is neglected, it spreads deep into the inner layers of teeth resulting in pain and discomfort. Hence early detection helps in preventing the spread. So, be proactive about your teeth and visit the dentist once in 6 months. 

A Root canal is a procedure to completely remove the infected part of the teeth from the inner layer called the pulp. This dental procedure helps the person to relieve from the severe pain out of the deeply developed cavities and protects teeth from further decaying. In the procedure, a soft centre of the tooth or inflamed pulp is removed that is made up of nerves, connective tissues and blood vessels which help the teeth to grow. 

Sometimes, the pulp inside the teeth gets infected or inflamed due to multiple procedures on the same area or tooth breakage or decay in the teeth. This root canal treatment helps in repairing and saving the tooth from further decay or damage.

“The right time for Root Canal Treatment is when the pain is mild.”

 When you visit the doctor for tooth pain, the immediate suggestion from the doctor is to undergo root canal treatment. Ever wondered why doctors quickly suggest this?

Usually teeth are prone to many bacterial infections that start with mild and grow unnoticeably by developing into the deeper layers. It can only detect when we experience severe and intolerable pain as most of the time mild pain in the tooth or gums is neglected. By the time you reach the best dentist near you, you might have developed the cavity into inner layers of the teeth. Hence the doctors suggest root canal treatment when the dental infection reaches the pulp tissue. Even if you are in the initial state of tooth damage, prone to root canal treatment helps in preventing further damage.

Do not ignore these Signs and Symptoms

For every problem in the body we will have the signs and symptoms. Some are noticed and some are ignored until they become a part of our routine. Toothaches are one such underrated symptoms most people face, yet neglect until severity grows. When the severity increases, we start noticing the symptoms to analyze the issue. 

  • There will be persistent pain in teeth that passes into the gums and jaw and even in the face.
  • The teeth become more sensitive to hot or cold.
  • A pus bulb on gums.
  • Tooth discoloration due to poor blood supply.
  • Cracked teeth, indicating a bacterial infection.
  • Swollen jaw out of un-drained pus bulbs.

Tips to Prepare for Your Root Canal Treatment

The traditional procedures were having the image of everything being surgical. But now the treatment procedures gained much more scope for technological developments making it easy and painless for the patients. Before the patient goes for root canal treatment, it is better for them to follow some tips to avoid boos from traditional procedures. 

  1. Discuss with your doctor to understand what root canal is.
  2. Know the procedure before you get into it.
  3. Avoid smoking or drinking or eating foods that weaken teeth.
  4. Take a healthy meal to stay strong.

At Dr. Jaydev dental clinic, root canal treatment is carried out on a detailed examination of the teeth and their severity. We have employed microscopic root canal treatment procedures to ensure unrivalled accuracy. Have a session for a detailed discussion on pre, during and post-treatment stages, the medication or food guide etc.

The Root Canal Treatment procedure

Root canal treatment is a detailed process where each step of the procedure is clearly fulfilled to ensure that the chances for re-infection is minimised and the patient is assured for complete recovery. It is a process of 4 series of steps with a specific goal.

Cleaning or Extirpation

One of the primary reasons for root canal is the infected teeth. So the treatment procedure begins with cleaning the infected area. The infected pulp from the teeth is removed either manually or from mechanised files. Later on the inner walls are filled with antiseptics to further prevent the infection from spreading. Depending on the teeth condition cleaning can be carried out in single or double appointments. Do not leave your treatment here as you are relieved from pain.

Shaping & Filling or Obturation

In this the root canal is made ready for filling. A temporary filling is filled to cover the top of the teeth. This prevents the bacterial re-enter. For filling this hollow area, an artificial filling Is used called as gutta-percha, etc.

Restoration of the tooth

To restore the tooth, an artificial covering commonly called dental crown is placed over the teeth. These are designed using the casts. These crowns are manufactured in specialised labs  using materials like ceramics etc., based on the patient’s preference. Using a permanent adhesive, the crown is fixed on the tooth to protect from the chewing force. After completing the procedure, recovery from it is more necessary than anything else. 

Benefits of Microscopic Root Canal Treatment Over Regular Root Canal

  • Dental microscopy provides improved, more precise imaging of the interior surfaces of your tooth roots.
  • As it helps in viewing the deeper parts of the tooth, it helps the dentist to work on the infection in the last layer of the tooth which is generally not visible with a naked eye. 
  • As an outcome, relative to endodontic treatments conducted without a microscope, your root canal treatment is more effective and competent.

A Note from Dr.Jaydev Dental Clinic

At Dr. Jaydev dental clinic combines a technical expertise procedure called microscopic root canal treatment procedure to the detailed diagnosis of the decayed or infected tooth. Each section of the tooth is first seen under a microscope and the treatment procedure will be begun on clearly diagnosing the severity. 

Dr. Jaydev says that root canal treatment is one of the safest procedures and microscopic root canal treatment is the most advanced procedure to detail the issue and treat it well. He further adds that regular dental check-ups help in keeping the tooth healthy and prevent common infections. 

For any kind of dental emergency, contact us to get an instant appointment schedule. 

Disclaimer: The statements, opinions, and data contained in these publications are solely those of the individual authors and contributors and not of Credihealth and the editor(s). 

Call +91 8010-994-994 and talk to Credihealth Medical Experts for FREE. Get assistance in choosing the right specialist doctor and clinic, compare treatment cost from various centers and timely medical updates

Previous articleNexxt Spine Announces Early Significant Clinical Evidence Results and Completes Enrollment for NEXXT MATRIXX 3-D Printed Technologies
Next articleKeto Coffee in 1 Minute