Root Canal Treatment
Root Canal Treatment
There is a nerve – vascular package in the tooth roots which is called as the nerve of the tooth and provides the nutrition of the tooth among the people. As the caries are not treated in time, the tissues are damaged or inflamed.
The process of removing damaged and inflamed tissue and reshaping the root canal, cleaning and finally filling this canal with filling materials is canal treatment. In order to increase the success of root canal treatment, in some cases, support is given from laser applications. In other words, it is a method that contributes to various traumas, caries and fractures in the teeth. In canal treatment, the tissue that provides vitality of teeth is removed. The inside of the tooth is washed and cleaned. It is shaped with special tools and root materials that are compatible with dental tissue are placed in the resulting cavity.
There is a tissue called pulp in the dentin under the enamel layer outside the tooth. The pulp contains nerves, vessels, arteries, connective tissues and lymph vessels. The nerve of each tooth starts from its root end. More than 95 percent of the root canal treatments were successful.
In the canal treatment process, the patient’s teeth and the surrounding area are anesthetized with local anesthesia. Therefore, no pain is felt. However, some teeth with severe pain and infection are difficult to match. In such a case, advanced numbness methods are applied to ensure the numbness of the tooth.
Depending on the condition of the tooth and what the problem is, root canal treatment can be performed in one session or may take more than one session. The number of sessions can be increased to ensure that the infection is completely eliminated in the treatment of an irradiated tooth. Root canal treatment for an uncomplicated, less problematic tooth is usually performed in a single session.
During the application of canal treatment, the nerves of the inflamed and decayed teeth are removed. Therefore, a tooth treated with canal treatment is not affected by any external stimuli. For several weeks after root canal treatment, mild pain or tenderness during chewing may occur. This is because our teeth, like all other tissues in our body, need time to heal.
If the pain in the tooth still continues after the canal treatment has ended, the filling in the canal is incomplete or insufficient. In such a case, the so-called retreatment is usually performed. In this process, the canal filling is removed and the root canal is cleaned again. Then, re-fill is done. If the patient does not get results from this treatment and the pain persists, the procedure called root tip resection is applied. Root tip resection is a surgical method used in the treatment of tooth treated with root canal.
If the tooth undergoing root canal treatment is one of the anterior teeth, or if there is a small amount of substance loss, the tooth can be reconstructed by filling. After the canal treatment of the posterior teeth, the crown is usually needed to restore the tooth. Some teeth need to be supported before crown crowning. A substructure is formed for the teeth that require support. This infrastructure is called “core.. “Post” is applied to keep the support infrastructure called Core in place. A portion of the filling material in the root canals of the tooth is removed. In this way, the space for the post is prepared.
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