Our teeth are meant to last a generation. Sometimes, however, damage occurs to a tooth (often from a deep crater or an injury that causes a tooth to crack) and the inside of the tooth converts infected. This infection damages the pulp of the tooth – the network of blood pitchers and nerves inside.
Left untreated, the injured pulp can cause infection that will injury the bone around the tooth and cause bulge and pain. If the damaged tooth becomes infected, your dentist, or a dental professional called an Endodontist, may have to perform an endodontic action (often called Root Canal Therapy) to save it.
Endodontic treatment involves inaugural the tooth, removing the damaged pulp, cleaning, shaping, filling and closing the tooth. Depending upon how much infection there is in the hurt tooth, your may be put on medicine before your dentist or Endodontist can begin to work. Your dentist or Endodontic will start by getting the tooth complete.