The Mechanism Of Treatment Of The Root Canal Teeth?
Good evening, I want to ask, my 2 front teeth are broken because of playing football. It happened about 10 years ago, after I went to the doctor he said my front tooth 1 was dead and would be crowned. Before that, root canal treatment will be carried out. What is the mechanism? I tried inserting the needle, I didn’t feel anything. Will the injection also be done later?
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Having a history of trauma to your teeth and causing gigipatah which has been running for about 2 years, in general can make your confidence decrease, especially if broken teeth occur in the front or in your incisors, if these teeth are treated properly from the beginning after trauma or after the teeth You can, then you can bring your teeth to the dentist as early as possible, so that the doctor can perform treatment and treatment for teeth. In general, broken teeth after an accident, trauma, collision or other events can be immediately connected and handled directly by the dentist. With the right initial handling, the broken teeth can reconnect properly.
Some actions that can be done on broken teeth are:
1. Gigipat connection
3. Dental veneers or thin shell installation in the problematic areas of the tooth
4. Dental root care, this is done to help prevent the risk of inflammation and infection in the exposed tooth root area
If your dentist is planning root treatment, the treatment procedures for root treatment can be:
1. interview and dental examination
2. radiological support examinations
3. anesthesia of the tooth area to be treated
4. provide protection to help the area of action
5. open the chamber to the teeth to reach the roots of the teeth for care, cleaning and filling
7. Care or advanced handling of teeth such as crown installation
Thus, anesthesia will continue to be a procedure performed by a dentist, so that anesthesia will be performed by a doctor to help comfort the patient. So, in general, dental root care is done to help prepare teeth better before crown installation or other dental care. The benefit is to reduce the unexpected long-term complications, in the form of more severe tooth decay, infection or pain complaints.
However, all of this you need to discuss directly with your dentist regarding your dentist's plans and root treatment procedures as well as the installation of this dental crown. This will help you better understand the process of handling and help you to be more relaxed in the process of treatment of tooth roots and crown crowns.
For now, you should continue with your dentist's plan and follow the advice and recommendations that you need to do from the start before this action is taken.
Thus the information that we can convey.Thank you.