What Could Help An Endodontic Patient Have Painless Root Canals Issaquah?

by Dr. Nima Dejbod Endodontic Treatment

Root canal therapy is a necessary procedure that needs to be undertaken when the pulp cavity of the tooth has been damaged due to certain activities. It could be due to bacterial infections, damages to the pulp cavity or due to severe trauma to the tooth. In many cases, when the tooth cavities are not treated at a timely basis, these can lead to damage to the pulp cavity. Such damage ranges from damage done to the tooth surface or inflammation of the pulp cavity. If this damage is not treated at the earliest, it can result in sufficient damage to the bones in the jaw underneath the teeth.

Some of the common symptoms of the root canal therapy include severe pain when pressure is applied to the teeth, extreme sensitivity to hot and cold food items, and swelling in and around the region. While it might be hard for you to find the exact cause of a tooth ache, it is always better to consult an expert who can help to find the exact cause of the problem. An endodontist will be able to help you out and take x-rays of your teeth before coming to a conclusion about whether you need a root canal therapy or not.

Root canal therapy Issaquah is usually completed within one day if there are not many complications. The entire procedure involves two major steps. Firstly, your endodontist will measure your teeth for further treatment. The dentist will drill a hole to measure the depth of the root canal. Usually this is done by anesthesising the patient in order to relieve them from the pain. Next, the dentist will remove all of the infected tissue material from the pulp cavity. After all of the infected material is removed, the pulp cavity is cleaned and sterilized in order to prevent further infection.

While mostly, the procedure is completed within one single day, one should always visit the doctor later on in order to make sure that the procedure went well and there isn’t any risk of further damage to the pulp cavity. Doctors also advise their patients to avoid putting too much pressure on their newly repaired tooth lest they cause any further damage to the same. Many patients prefer to get a dental crown fixed on top of the dental implant in order to prevent the dental filling from coming out. For painless root canals Issaquah, numerous endodontists are available who take care of the procedure quite easily and can help to prevent further damage to the teeth.

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About Dr. Nima Dejbod Advanced   Endodontic Treatment

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