Channel Care

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  • Publishing :22.02.2017 15:04:48
    Update : 01.01.2018 16:53:33
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Why is channel therapy done?
First of all, it should be known that the natural tooth position does not hold any artificial teeth. Therefore, we have to protect our natural teeth by treating up to the last point. When one of our teeth gets sick, one of the most common protection methods is the channel treatment. Canal treatment helps to protect damaged teeth. The pulp (nerve, blood, soft layer in the tooth containing the lymph vessels) will not repair itself, and when it is damaged at the end, the pulp will die. usually caused by bacteria in broken teeth or deep bruises. Bacteria cause inflammation at the core of the tooth. If the damaged or diseased pulp is not removed, the teeth and surrounding tissues are exposed to infection. And eventually you can lose your teeth completely.
What is channel therapy and how is it applied?
Canal treatment is a form of treatment where pulp is damaged. It is possible to cure these teeth nowadays when the sole solution is encountered when encountering a soft tooth layer that has been sick in previous years.
What happens if channel therapy is not performed?
When the pulppan can not cure itself because of deep bruises and cracks, it loses its dental viability and the infection can spread to the whole tooth. If duct treatment is not performed, the infection can reach the tissues on the root tip. The jawbone surrounding the femur also becomes inflamed. Abse occurs in this gap coming from the square. This is accompanied by pain and swelling, and the tooth is lost shortly.
Phases of canal treatment;
1- First of all, anesthesia is performed for a painless and painless treatment.
2- After the bruise is cleaned, the diseased and soft tissue is removed when the tooth is found. Nerve and tissue debris is cleared.
3- The tooth channel is shaped to the root tip. If necessary, healing can be accelerated by applying some medicines.
4- The teeth are sealed with temporary filling materials between the sessions until the tooth heals. Once it is clear that inflammation has stopped and the end of inflammation has reached the end of the root, the canal is filled with a special filling material up to the root tip.
5- It is not necessary to have these sessions in some sacs and it is possible to finish channel treatment in a single seansta in a healthy manner.
How long is the life of a fingernail applied?
If the teeth are not infected again and if measures are taken to prevent decay, this fill may be used for life. Regular dental surveillance can help you get started with the infection. In addition, good oral care should also prevent tooth decay.