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What is Root Canal Treatment and when is it needed?
Root canal treatment is a dental procedure concerned with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a damaged pulp/nerve. There are two main reasons why pulp inside the tooth dies:
- Infection of the tooth: An untreated cavity may lead to inflammation and infection of the pulp. This can be dangerous when the infection spreads to the surrounding bony structure.
- Trauma to the tooth: Chronic irritation, multiple fillings and trauma to the tooth will evoke a pulpal reaction and can lead to infection.
When the pulp is diseased or injured, the pulp tissue dies. Root canal treatment is a safe and effective way to save your tooth before it’s too late.
Signs and Symptoms
At first you may not feel any pain. If it’s not treated, these are signs your tooth might need a root canal:
Procedure for Root Canal Treatment Thailand
Root canal treatment can usually be done in 1-3 visits to the dentist, and takes 7 days in Thailand to complete. It is usually performed under local anesthesia, so there is no reason to be worried that it will hurt.
This is how your tooth will be saved through the steps of the treatment:
- First, an opening is then made through the crown to access the canal.
- The damaged pulp is then removed and the root canal is cleaned.
- If your dentist suggest leaving the tooth open for a few days to drain, a temporary filling will be placed in the crown opening to protect the tooth between the visits.
- The root canal is filled and the opening is sealed.
- In the final step, a crown is usually placed over the tooth. The tooth is restored.
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