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Why You Need Root Canal Treatment? Let’s find out!

by The Dentistry Collective Dentist in San Diego

Has the reputable Dentist in San Diego recommended you to go for root canal treatment? Are you a newbie who has little to no knowledge about the dental procedure? If so, we are here to clear all your doubts. Root canal therapy is essential when the pupil, the soft tissue inside the root canal becomes inflamed or infected. There are many reasons why your doctor may recommend you to go for root canal treatment like deep decay, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, faulty crown, crack or a chip in the tooth. In this blog, we will talk about the reasons for consulting doctors to get your RCT done.




  • Deep decay: Tooth decay, also known as cavities; occurs when bacteria inside your mouth produce acid. If you leave your teeth untreated, micro decay will turn to deep decay and can lead to infection and even tooth loss. Over time decay will affect the deeper layers of the tooth and damage the pupil. The pulp of the tooth contains highly sensitive nerves, and hence you must protect your teeth at any cost.

  • Large fillings: If you leave your cavities untreated, you will require large fillings. When the patients undergo dental fillings, the tooth decay may be extensive, resulting in a larger filling. Larger filling not only affects the structural integrity of the tooth but also increases the risk for root canal treatment. 

  • Cracks or chips: According to Dentist in San Diego, the root canal will be needed if the damage to the teeth extends to the pupil. Take proper care of your teeth after the root canal treatment to avoid any infections and other oral health issues. 


Always consult your dentists before going for the root canal treatment to avoid suffering from any infection at a later stage.


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