Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Root Canal treatment in Chennai

A root canal is a procedure to remove pulp disease, the root canal of the tooth. Each tooth has a  crown, dentin, pulp, and one or more roots. The crown is the part of your tooth that you see. Dentin  is the hard tissue under the crown that surrounds the pulp. The pulp is the tissue that contains the  nerves and blood vessels that fill the roots of your tooth. Each tooth root secures your gums and jaw  bone. A root canal can treat an infection pulp or abscess around the root of your tooth. You may need a root canal if you have a hole in your tooth due to a cavity

The pulp in the tooth could cause illness if your tooth has suffered damage or infection. Pulp disease can cause pain and swelling in and around your tooth. You may need a root canal if you have one of  the following:

  • Abscess: This is a bundle of infection that accumulates around the root canal of a tooth. A  extirpated root canal helps prevent infection and spread.
  • Caries: When bacteria is not cleaned your teeth, you can become a sticky film called plaque.  The plate deteriorate your teeth creating small perforations which are known as caries. Over  ime, untreated cavities that cause damage to your teeth and can get to the root of a tooth.
  • Trauma: You may have a fractured tooth due to an accident or injury. If the pulp and root are  exposed, you may need a root canal.

You must see a doctor immediately if you feel this symptoms

  • You have a fever.
  • Your new dental filling or crown comes off or feel out of place.
  • Your tooth cracks or breaks.
  • Your tooth hurts when you bite.
  • You have questions or concerns about your condition or care.
  • You have pain that increases or does not go away with pain medicine.
  • You have new or worsening swelling in your gums or face.

What happens during a root canal

Your doctor will remove the diseased tooth pulp. An image of x-rays can be taken. Your doctor  will wipe any remaining pulp affected your root canal using dental tools and cleaning fluids. As soon as all the pulp is removed, your doctor will clear the open with a germicide liquid root canal.  The  root canal is dried and dental filling is placed in the root of your  tooth.  Your doctor will cover your tooth with a temporary or permanent crown. If there is swelling in the root canal, your doctor may fill the root with a steroid paste. The paste helps reduce swelling. If a temporary crown is used, your doctor will be replaced with a permanent crown about 1 week later.

Ask Your Doubts to our experts

Thangam Dental Clinic is one of the advanced dental clinic established in 1999 in Chennai. Today it  is one of the best dental care which provideds Root Canal Treatment in Chennai. Ask your doubts  about Root Canal Treatment to us. To know more about us and our services please visit our website