What is a Tooth root canal treatment? Sounds terrible, not? Ultimately, where a pulpotomy is the evacuation of the crushed tissue in the upper part of the tooth, a pulpectomy (rootelfossa) is the complete removal of all the pulp fabric, even up to the end of the roots. Carrot channels are regularly required if a forecast is damaged or even off. In fact, we can regularly forgive a continuous tooth that has failed, but maybe you need a root canal treatment for this. Regular, severely rotten teeth “Give the appearance” and pass. All those dead things within, well; The body cannot reach it to order normally
Dentists carry out pulpectomies or root waterways when the tooth is dead. There is a small contrast in the way we approach perpetual teeth instead of milk teeth. With sustainable teeth, pulpectomies are regularly used to “save” tooth that is dead or has changed in a boil. You must remove the dead fabric. Everything together, when it is my tooth, I would rather save a required unchanging tooth, if possible with a pulpectomy. Some unchanging teeth have a maximum of four channels; That can be extremely complicated and expensive. Coincidentally, I regularly refer patients (mostly teenagers) to the endodontologist for unchanged tooth root waterways. They do things like that all day long, they are specialists and they have all comfortable instruments. Carrot channels are extremely valuable to preserve sustainable teeth.
Currently it is something unique in children’s teeth. If a children’sooth has an abscess, he usually evacues this instead of a pulp indomy of the root / end channel. Why don’t make a root channel to save the tooth? In rare cases we even try it, but there are a few reasons why we don’t do it. To start starting, root slots in milk teeth generally do not work so well. Do pulpectomies. Fully rooted trenches are grillier when they appear. Moreover, there is often not enough tooth root to dispel and fill the space in the waterway. The attachments for milk teeth are intended to gradually fall apart when the sustainable tooth is poured. Children’s teeth have anatomical contrasts that you do not see so often with unchanging teeth: shoulder slots, inconspicuous vascular openings, personal wanderings and extraordinary variety. Similarly, as long as you complete the deleted root canal space, you cannot insert the normal guttapercha material. You must bring something that breaks together with the root of the child’s tooth or that the normal procedure does not disturb. Well, what to do? At the end of the day, 99% of the time, when we cannot complete a pulpotomy (ie the tooth is still indispensable), we must remove the milk tooth that boils. Fortunately, removing the tooth is 100% convincing to evacuate the guilty things there. The repair will happen quickly. Surprisingly, in case you lose your child’s tooth too fast, you must place a space holder.
Why would you try a Pulpectomy (Wortelwaterweg) on a children’s tooth? Great question. As I said, if the tooth is still necessary and just has a lot of rotten, you can complete a pulpotomy. In the event that it fills with pus, we evacuate the tooth. Currently there are rare conditions in which we can try a real tooth root canal waterway for baby teeth. The one who hits a string is the point where you have a second to choose from a child (which is far back on the route) that is dead, but not to the point of bump and severe side effects, and the new choose. -Long goes out, and there is no simple method to enter a space-resident. If there is sufficient root structure, and if the tooth is not versatile and gigantic pollution causes, cleaning the dead fabric with a root water pipe can keep the tooth long enough to keep the durable choice under control. . If you are in and the baby’s tooth is not comfortable, you can certainly evacuate it and place it in a suitable room holder, or if the new tooth is very close, just pull it out and let the new tooth be ejected without this happens. In some cases we will do this on the front teeth of the infant to save the tooth for external reasons. The problem is that the front teeth come earlier than the rear teeth. Therefore, if the child is older than four and a half years, resorption of the root of the ejected tooth can be. If the child is younger than three years and the issue of participation becomes a greater problem.
How would you do it?
With a pulp indomy of a children’sooth (root canal treatment) it is actually essential what you should do. To begin with you need a generally helpful patient. It is less demanding to deal with a somewhat restless child to remove a tooth than to come up with precise strategies. Secondly, it is necessary to remove most of the necrotic or dead tissue. That is sometimes a bigger problem because of the interesting lifesty of milk teeth. Fortunately, for the most part you don’t have to be that precise with the cleaning and registration process as with a sustainable tooth. You struggle to complete a thorough activity, but you do not have to spend hours searching the tooth root channels. Once the tissue has been evacuated and the ditches are documented and as good as can be flooded, you do something like zinc oxide-eugen seam or different types of glue materials. It installs itself after a few minutes and seals everything ideally. At that moment he usually completes a crown to close it and restore a clearly extremely rotten tooth. At that time you have to monitor the tooth a few months / years, to ensure that there are no more problems.
Symptoms and signs that you may need a root canal treatment:
A broken, rotten, cracked or loose tooth
Sharp, sharp, spontaneous pain that is difficult to locate and possibly due to the formation of infected pulp or root dotabces.
Discoloration or darkness of the tooth.
Dull pain and pressure
The pain expands to the ear, the sleeping or jaw range.
Long-term pain and sensitivity to hot or cold food and drink.
Recurring or persistent pimples on the gums that can separate pus and be able to cause a bad scent or taste.
Severe toothache when biting, chewing or touching the tooth as a result of infection or inflammation of the root point and exerting pressure on the cavity, the root area irritates.
Swelling and sensitivity of the gums in the vicinity of the infected tooth.
Swelling of the face
However, there are cases where the pulp of a tooth can be damaged or infected without one of the above symptoms. When this happens, the dental problem is often detected by X-rays or special dental tests during controls or other dental treatments.
Causes of dental pulp damage or infection:
Abscen in which a pair with pus forms around the end of the root when the tooth pulp dies and can spread to the surrounding tissues and bones
Advanced gum inflammation
Bruxism or toothnarges
Deep tooth decay under a filling that has not been treated
Deep cavity of the tooth
Repeated dental procedures that the tooth can load heavily, such as perforations, fillings and crowns.
Traumatic damage to the tooth, such as a splinter, crack or even a root fracture, the nerve being cut at the end of the root and caused death; This can be done immediately or years after the trauma
There are several steps that your dentist will take to determine if you need a root canal treatment, including: looking for symptoms that you may have to treat, control the condition of teeth and gums and any previously performed dental procedures, investigation of the nerves and tissues of the tooth and the surrounding area by applying hot and cold fabrics, to tap or bite to determine whether the tooth is sensitive to touch or pressure, make X-rays of the tooth and the bone Around the tooth to show what it is, perform the treatment and use an electronic pulp tester that sends a small amount of electric current by the tooth to determine whether the pulp is still alive.