Dentistry endodontic treatment
Root canal treatment is to remove the necrotic material in the root canal of the affected tooth, perform proper disinfection, and fill the root canal to remove the adverse stimulation of the diseased substances in the root canal to the surrounding tissue, prevent the occurrence of periapical lesions, or promote the root apex of the affected tooth. A therapeutic approach to the healing of peripheral lesions. According to clinical reports, the success rate of root canal treatment is more than 90%, which is the best treatment method to save the affected teeth.
During root canal treatment, doctors often take X-rays of the affected tooth before, during, and after root canal treatment to help diagnose, understand the location of the pulp chamber, the number, and shape of root canals, and measure root canal work. The length and future follow-up and evaluation of efficacy provide a basis for comparison.
During root canal treatment, doctors often perform step by step according to the clinical examination of the patient, and it usually takes 2 to 4 times to complete. Temporary discomfort may occur during or after root canal treatment, which is usually relieved by taking anti-inflammatory or pain relievers. If local swelling and pain occur, you should inform your doctor. The Outpatient Department of Sydney University Stomatological Hospital reminds you that the teeth are more brittle after treatment, and it is best to perform crown restoration to prevent tooth fracture and prolong the life of the tooth.
- Useful endodontic instrument and endo handpiece
- Possible side effects on root canal treatment