Antalya Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment is a very common procedure in dentistry. Advances in technology and practices have made this treatment virtually painless to have a filling.
Inside all of your teeth there is a pulp chamber containing the blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue that helps the roots of your teeth grow while they grow. When the core of this chamber becomes infected, it becomes necessary to remove the infection in order to avoid tooth loss and other possible dangerous consequences.
The most common cause of this cavity or infection is a deep socket, large restoration, or cracked teeth, all of which can allow bacteria to enter the pulp. The procedure to remove the infection is commonly referred to as "root canal". It is a safe, effective and fast way to preserve the quality and appearance of your smile.
When possible, it is a good idea to try to preserve a normal tooth through root canal and crown treatment rather than tooth extraction, as tooth preservation also maintains occlusal balance, prevents uneven wear and prevents adjacent teeth from moving into the space behind a missing molar. It is also less expensive than tooth extraction and replacing it with a bridge or dental implant.
Of the many materials that a dentist uses to improve your smile and your bite, one of the most common is the dental post. A dental post is a small metal rod implanted in a tooth. This is often the last option if the root of the tooth is not healthy enough to support a crown.
When a tooth is decayed, cracked, or broken, the result can equal severe pain. This is because the nerves inside the tooth are exposed or irritated.
A root canal can save the remains of a tooth. The procedure can often be intensive and is not suitable for everyone. Root canal is a term for a dental operation, where the dental pulp is cleaned, the space disinfected and then filled.
A root canal can sometimes be the result of tooth extraction or a deformed tooth. A prosthodontist will therefore work on a crown to complete and strengthen the tooth. The remaining tooth must be structurally sound before creating and placing a cosmetic replacement. This is where the tooth stem comes in. Your dentist painlessly places the dental post in the center of the tooth, where the pulp was.
With the pivot securely in place, crown "construction" can continue.
Your dentist will tell you whether your root canal requires a pivot or not. In some cases, if there is enough tooth left after a root canal, the crown will not need a pivot.
When performed by an experienced professional, Crown Pivotal Treatment can save your tooth while improving your health and appearance.
For some patients, a dental post and crown may be the ideal solution for a tooth that has undergone root canal treatment. However for others, the procedure may not be the ideal treatment. In such cases, your dentist will recommend an implant. Unlike a pivot, a dental implant is a whole, completely new tooth that replaces the tooth lost during root canal treatment.
A titanium root is surgically implanted into the jawbone. Once it integrates, the root becomes the anchor of a bridge, crown or set of dentures that will look and part exactly like your natural teeth.