The Process Of Killing A Tooth Root Nerve In The PSA Procedure?
Hello. I am a woman of 24 years old. I have a large molars underneath and often have bumps like small pimples with pus contents. Swelling only occurs at certain times, and will disappear within a period of several hours (not until a day). A day ago I did root canal treatment. The doctor gave me medicine to kill the nerves in my teeth. But at night I see a lump (with a slightly white color) I relapse and my teeth are a bit aching. The lump did not heal within 24 hours. Is this really common in the process of killing the nerve root in the PSA procedure? And if it’s unusual, do I have to go back to my doctor again (I’m scheduled to return 3-7 days)? Thank you. Information please
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Dental root treatment or PSA is one of the treatments for cavities to maintain teeth and not directly extracted. Usually for this treatment will begin by giving the drug downward followed by cleansing the inside of the cavity in the tooth so that dirt and infection in the falamnya can be reduced.
In this phase of treatment it is very important to maintain the condition of oral cavity and if there is a painful condition that is very disturbing, a lump that appears to be filled with pus, appears swollen in the mouth wall area, you should immediately consult your dentist again.
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