What is the alternative for root canal?
In how many sessions is endodontics done?
- In how many sessions is endodontics done?
- How to regenerate the nerve of a tooth?
- How to regenerate dental pulp?
- What is apicoectomy?
- Endodontic appointment
- How long does it take to perform an Apicoectomy?
- How to recover the nerve of a tooth?
- What happens if you injure a nerve in your tooth?
- How long does it take to close the apex?
- What are the dental pulp cells?
- What is the function of the dental pulp?
- Options for not doing endodontics
The alternative is extraction and since this is an irreversible fact, your dentist or stomatologist will always first propose endodontics or recommend an endodontist if he/she thinks it is appropriate. There is nothing better than the tooth itself.
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How to regenerate the nerve of a tooth?
Treatment of the dental nerve
The process by which the nerve infection is cured is endodontics. It involves cleaning the affected area, filling it with a biocompatible material, which does not cause rejection, and sealing it so that it does not suffer any further damage.
How to regenerate dental pulp?
Pulp regeneration is an endodontic procedure that consists of the disinfection of necrotic and infected pulp tissue and the placement of medications that allow the continuation of root formation, both apical closure and thickening of the dentin walls.
What is apicoectomy?
Apicoectomy is a surgical intervention performed in the mouth. Its purpose is to be able to end an infectious process in which the root of a tooth is affected and also in the areas surrounding the affected tooth, causing problems for those who suffer from it, as it is usually very painful.
The first symptom is a discomfort and a strong sensitivity in the mouth. Sometimes the nerve becomes inflamed and as a result causes swelling in areas near the infection. This inflammation is not always visible externally, but the person who suffers from it knows it because a numbness is produced in the area.
The process by which the nerve infection is cured is endodontics. It involves cleaning the affected area, filling it with a biocompatible material, which does not cause rejection, and sealing it so that it does not suffer any more pain.
How long does it take to perform an Apicoectomy?
Most apicoectomies last between 30 and 90 minutes, approximately. After the procedure, you may have some swelling and soreness at the treated site.
How to recover the nerve of a tooth?
The process by which the infection of the nerve of the tooth is cured is rotary endodontics. In general terms, this technique consists of cleaning the affected pulp and filling it with a biocompatible material that does not affect the organism or cause rejection, and sealing it so that the ailment does not recur.
What happens if you injure a nerve in your tooth?
Injury to the inferior dental nerve usually results in a combination of hypoesthesia and paresthesia of the lower lip and chin on the damaged side. These sensory disturbances may be temporary (recoverable on their own) or permanent (irrecoverable).
Root canal treatment or endodontics is the most frequent alternative when the dental piece is affected by different circumstances from complications due to the presence of caries, reasons for the rehabilitation of dental pieces or dental trauma. It is about giving the tooth an opportunity to remain in the oral cavity, fulfilling the function that corresponds to it for a period of time, desirably in the long term.
For a root canal treatment to last, first of all the tooth must be properly rehabilitated to avoid fractures, which is the reason why most often teeth are lost after a root canal, because if the natural structures are not properly protected, when excessive forces are applied the tooth does not resist and tends to break, so it is important a good choice of the type of final treatment that the tooth will receive; Another reason why an endodontic treatment may not be successful is the persistence of bacterial flora in or around the roots, which come from the presence of caries or inadequate handling during the asepsis or disinfection of the treatment, resulting in a manifestation of infectious lesions in the medium or long term, which can be evidenced in radiographic controls and often in the presence of symptoms such as pain, swelling or mobility of the tooth.
How long does it take to close the apex?
The apices close between one and a half and three years of age, approximately one year after their appearance in the mouth (1, 27, 29).
What are the dental pulp cells?
The pulp contains differentiated cells, which are odontoblasts and undifferentiated cells in general. The main cells of the pulp connective tissue are fibroblasts, which give rise to collagen fibers.
What is the function of the dental pulp?
The main function of the dental pulp is to provide vitality to the tooth. Its loss after endodontic treatment does not mean that the tooth is lost. Simply, the tooth functions without pain, but it loses the pulp protection mechanism.
Options for not doing endodontics
Endodontics is a process in which the pulp in poor condition of the tooth has to be removed to clean the base of the tooth, and then put a material that will serve as a support for the same tooth.
More specifically, the part that is usually affected is the pulp, which is located inside the tooth, in the form of tissue and gives life to the tooth, that is, it has the function of blood supply, and therefore to give sensitivity to each tooth or molar.
Endodontics is a process that requires local anesthesia, so that it becomes a painless procedure that patients are grateful for, and that prevents pieces in good external condition from having to be extracted.
In an irrational way, the patient who knows that he or she has to undergo endodontics begins to suffer anxiety about it, and it usually happens due to lack of knowledge on the subject. We, as expert dentists with experience in patient care, will explain to you what the process consists of, and what advantages it will bring you over time in the future.