Dental care or dentalcare is the maintenance of healthy teeth and may refer to: Oral hygiene, the practice of keeping the mouth and teeth clean in order to prevent dental disorders. Dentistry, the professional care of teeth, including professional oral hygiene and dental surgery.
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Root canal treatment is required when the blood or the nerve supply (Known as the pulp) of the tooth gets infected, mostly due to the external decay of the
tooth. This can lead to a further infection of the surrounding areas of the tooth. The pulp of the tooth runs in the form of a fine canal system in the roots of the tooth. Infected Pulp is not repairable by the body,
thus requiring its removal in case of an infection. This removal is followed by replacing the site previously occupied by the pulp, with a suitable filling material.
Advancements in dental technology, techniques, and anesthesia have significantly improved the comfort and effectiveness of root canal treatments. Many patients report minimal discomfort during and after the procedure. After the root canal treatment is completed, any mild discomfort or sensitivity usually subsides within a few days.
It's essential to follow the dentist's post-treatment instructions and attend regular dental check-ups to ensure the treated tooth remains healthy and functional. If you are experiencing dental pain or suspect you might need a root canal treatment, it's crucial to visit a dentist promptly for evaluation and appropriate treatment. Early intervention can often help save the tooth and prevent further complications.