If you visit the dentist with a severely infected tooth, there is a chance that you have to undergo a root canal treatment. A tooth can’t heal itself; without treatment, the infection might spread in the surrounding teeth and gums, causing other oral problems. Therefore, the dentist will remove the infected area or the pulp […]
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After having a root canal, patients have concerns regarding routine and diet changes for a few days until the tooth is healing. However, modern-day procedures are much more comfortable, and recovery occurs quickly, resulting in a higher success rate, but few precautions are necessary. Eating after a root canal is one area where the person […]
When your tooth becomes damaged or infected, the dentist either removes it completely or treats it through a root canal treatment. A comparison of extraction vs. root canal can be difficult, but it is good to know which one is best for you. When to go for a root canal The dentists recommend a root […]
The “root canal” describes the space in the middle of the tooth. It contains the tooth nerve and a soft area called the pulp chamber. A root canal procedure is done to protect a decayed/infected tooth from becoming abscessed and damaging the tissue surrounding it. The treatment involves removing the diseased pulp and, effectively cleaning […]
Your teeth are subjected to chilled drinks, simmering soups, acidic food, and sugary substances that cling to the crevices in your teeth. In this callous oral cavity environment, having teeth that can last you a lifetime is a daunting task. Your teeth can get decayed, lose bone because of periodontal gum disease, or suffer a […]
Of all dental procedures, patients fear root canals the most. A recently conducted survey by the American Association of Endodontists revealed the overwhelming fear dental patients have with what has become an urban legend. However, the fears of sitting under the bright lights during a root canal typically develop from the stories of other dental patient […]