The pulp tissue is the small vessels and nerves that provide nutrition and protection of the tooth in the inner part of the tooth. The branch of science that undertakes the treatment of diseases that occur in the pulp is called Endodontics. Endodontic treatment, also known as root canal treatment, purifies the tooth from infection and restores it to its former health.

F. A. Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions From You.

The symptoms of the problem in the pulp tissue of the tooth are as follows:

Tooth discoloration occurs.

Hypersensitivity to cold or heat occurs.

Unexplained pain.

Swelling occurs due to facial abscess.

If the discoloration occurred after root canal treatment, x-rays are taken to see if root canal treatment will be applied. If it is decided that the root canal treatment will not be repeated, the discolored tooth is transformed into its former white state by performing intracanal bleaching.

When the pulp of the tooth is damaged, it breaks down and bacteria form in its cavities. As a result of the multiplication of bacteria, an infection or abscess occurs in the tooth. Treatment should be started as soon as possible to prevent the proliferation of bacteria. In cases where treatment is not started, bone and tooth loss may occur.

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