Root Canal Treatments
This treatment is crucial for rescuing a tooth and for keeping your natural leg in your mouth. With today’s facilities, this treatment is completed quickly and easily. Often medications such as antibiotics are not needed. Ductal therapy is an intervention that occurs when the nerves of the tooth irreversibly inflate. When treated with local anesthesia, the patient does not feel any pain.
The root canal is the anatomical cavity within the root of the tooth. Pulp channels, which are part of the naturally occurring area within the tooth, consist of anatomical branches that connect the main canal and root canals.
The space in the root canals is filled with a highly vascularized, loose connective tissue called a tooth vessel. The pulp is the tissue that forms inside the dentine portion of the tooth. The pulp also feeds and moistens the tooth structure, so the tooth is more durable and less brittle. In addition, the dental pulp provides a hot and cold detection function.
What Is Root Canal Treatment?
A dentist who is infected or at risk of infection opens the dentist pulp channel and intervenes by clearing the pulp in the canal. After cleaning, the channel is filled with a special filling material. Finally, the treatment is completed after proper filling of the tooth surface.