Teeth denervation is one of the newest methods to prevent toothache. Teeth can be used when the teeth have become extensively decayed and damaged. In incision, the tooth first evacuates and after the nerve is removed it is restored with the use of a filler and the dentist removes it if there is another problem in the tooth.
When it is said to reach the nerve, it means that the tooth decay has progressed too much and that the pain has reached the part of the nerve where the pain is striking, sudden and unbearable. Also, when the pain reaches the nerve part of the tooth, the teeth become extremely sensitive. Its sensitivity to hot and cold foods is very annoying and can only be alleviated by painkillers. Causes of toothache after neurasthenia may be due to:
Tooth restoration or long dressing
Tooth decay and root end inflammation
Reaction Increases sensitivity to some root fillers
Procedures for Root Canal
The dentist first examines and deconstructs the beauty of the decayed teeth. This is done in just a few minutes. Radiography of the decayed teeth is performed to determine the extent of the root and the extent of the caries and the presence or absence of distal root lesions. In the next step, the dentist removes the tooth decay and creates a cavity access to the nerve. Dental canal cleansing using manual or rotary files and dental canal cleaning are also other steps in tooth decay.
At the end of the neurotransmission process, the access channel to the nerve is dried. The dentist then fills that area with gutta-percha material. All dental procedures are performed with an Apex Fender machine and rotary files. This improves the quality and speed of work and also reduces post-nerve pain.
Root canal with laser
Teeth denervation can be performed in a number of ways. One of these methods is Learz, which is one of the newest methods of dental implantation. In this method, a layer of remnants of the tooth is cleaned and then sanded to eliminate the growth of bacteria and the site of tooth infection. Next, the root of the tooth is completely sterilized to eliminate all bacteria. Otherwise, the time of laser irradiation to the tooth that is beyond the presence of bacteria in the root may become problematic and may not resolve after treatment.
During treatment, the patient’s tooth is anesthetized with a full dose of medication to reduce pain and the dentist can begin treatment with fuller fluency without stress. Of course, anatomical differences play a large role in how the nerves are implanted. In some patients, treatment may be more difficult. After treatment, temporary pain (one or two days) is quite normal, which can be relieved by painkillers.
Re root Canal
In some cases, the tooth will need to be restored, which may be due to one of the following:
– If the initial nerve palsy fails, the nerve palsy should be restored.
In some cases, the nerve can also be successful, but due to lack of proper care, the tooth becomes infected. In that case, the tooth will need to be re-implanted, which will also include periapical surgery.
– When secondary caries also develops beneath the incisor tooth and the tooth needs to be resurfaced, resuscitation of the tooth may be necessary. Because microbes in the caries can reach the end of the tooth through the root canal and lead to infection.
How long does Root Canal treatment take?
Root canal treatment, or neurotoxicity, can usually take between one to three sessions per tooth. In most cases the root canal treatment is one or two sessions. Today, with the advances in endodontic technology and knowledge in the field of endodontics, the number of single-session therapies has increased dramatically compared to previous times. But in any case, often tooth decay immediately after nerve wrapping, this will require another meeting to prevent tooth decay and bacterial infection.