Most people will experience chronic tooth pain in certain points of their lives. Majority of the time, this pain is caused by infection of the tooth nerves called the pulp or nerve. There are a number of reasons this could happen, usually resulting from damage and trauma from advanced tooth decay. It’s important to visit us at Care4Teeth if you are experiencing any of these symptoms
A root canal procedure is a complex but it can be performed with minimal pain as possible. The dentist will clean the decay and remove the infected pulp of the tooth. Then the tooth will be filled in and later a crown – as the tooth/teeth will be weaker than it was before.
If you’re experiencing pain a Root Canal can be a good option.
Generally Root Canal Therapy (RCT) can be completed in 2-3 visits.
After applying a local anesthetic, the infected pulp is removed, then we place a medicament and then seal with a temporary restoration.
We prepare the canals, place a medicament and seal with a temporary restoration.
If the tooth is asymptomatic, we will then insert permanent filling material into the canals (a fake nerve) and then place a permanent restoration (filling) on top.
Over time, your tooth becomes brittle after a Root Canal procedure. After all root canal cases, we recommend a Crown. We will advise this at the time of consultation before starting the treatment.