Endodontics relates to problems of the tissues, nerves, and blood vessels within the tooth. The most typical endodontic procedure is referred to as a “root canal,” a process utilized to take out infected tissue and fill up the nerve canal within the tooth. A root canal enables you to preserve your natural tooth while getting rid of the infection.
A root canal refers to a procedure that a patient gets when the pulp of the tooth gets an infection. Causes of infection can include major decay, injury to the face, or sizable fractures or cracks in the tooth.
During the procedure, the root and pulp are cleared away so the tooth can be disinfected and sealed. The root canal adequately does away with any infection while letting the tooth maintain its original strength. Without treatment, the infected tooth may lead to an ulcer and the infection may advance all through the mouth, neck and face. We may advise that you see a specialist to get treatment, depending on the where and how serious the infection is.