Cotton Dental Care Can Pass A Specified Day?
Good evening, today I treat dental cavities and according to the dentist I have to be treated once before being patched and scheduled to go back Tuesday to be patched. The problem is because the dentist is far from home so I usually return to the dentist Wednesday. The question is, can I spend 1 day from the time specified? Is there any effect of the drug on cotton if I miss 1 day from the schedule? thank you
Hello Chocolatechan, thanks for asking.
In the case of caries (cavities) the dentist will assess first, to what extent tooth decay. If the damage is only limited to the email, not too deep, then the possibility of teeth can be patched immediately. If the deeper damage reaches the pulp contained in the tooth root, then the teeth cannot be patched directly. The pulp contains dental nerves, so if the pulp is damaged pulpitis (inflammation of the pulp) can occur which gives severe symptoms of pain. The dentist will determine whether the tooth nerve can be treated or whether the tooth nerve must be turned off. If the nerves are turned off, the doctor will put the medicine into the teeth and then make a temporary patch.
Generally given about a week for drugs to work on the nerves. After that the doctor will open a temporary patch and replace it with a permanent patch. If you miss a day of the control schedule, it's probably still within safe limits. But you should not miss the schedule too long. This is because temporary patches cannot last long. When the patches temporarily come off, there can be accumulation of dirt in the cavities and cause infection. Thus a brief explanation from us, hopefully helps. Regards.