Tooth nerve

The tooth nerve is a nerve that extends to the tooth root and contains Sclerenchyma and blood vessels. It’s possible that this nerve will become inflamed owing to bacterial infection brought on by a deep cavity or tooth fracture.

  • Causes of dental nerve inflammation
  • neglect the treatment of tooth decay which may cause inflammation of the nerve of the teeth.
  • Gum inflammation can affect the pulp and nerve of the tooth, as well as the tooth root
  • Exposure to a variety of fractures that reach the tooth pulp and its nerve.
  •  Symptoms of tooth nerve inflammation
  • perpetual pain
  • gum puffiness and swelling
  •  feeling a significant ache that lasts for a long period after drinking hot or cold beverages
  •  Treatment steps of dental nerve inflammation
  •  Without cutting the tooth pulp and removing the infection, the pain of nerve won’t immediately go away.
  •  To guarantee thorough sanitation and the patient’s safety throughout the procedure, the doctor will install a rubber barrier, which is essential to the procedure’s success.
  •  After thoroughly cleaning the tooth, the dentist will make a small hole to reach the pulp and clean all of the dental nerve’s canals. He will then fill the infection nerve and clean it of bacteria. Any canals that are not cleaned and filled will fail the treatment. The canals are extended after being cleaned and sterilized using specialized substances throughout the drilling process.

  •  If an infected tooth is crumbly, the doctor may place a post there.
  •  The advancement of science has led to the use of x-rays to identify the depth of the roots and thereby carry out a thorough cleaning of the pulp, as well as the presence of modern, accurate devices to measure the length of the nerve and modern electronic devices to clean and expand the canals to complete the work in one session.

dental crown the affected tooth if the tooth is thinning, which makes it easy to break.

  •  Prevention of dental nerve inflammation

You must maintain your mouth and teeth clean by brushing and using toothpaste every day, as well as using dental floss and mouthwash at least twice each day.

  •  insulation rubber
 The use of a rubber dam is one of the most crucial factors that contributes to the security and effectiveness of dental nerve treatment and dental repair for the following reasons:·   
– When receiving treatment, particularly when using some sterile materials, protect the tongue and the internal tissues of the mouth.·          
-It is designed to prevent the tools used in the treatment from dropping into the airway or swallowing passage.
-It cleans the nerve canals while preventing the spread of bacteria to and from the mouth, thereby increasing the chances that the treatment will be effective. 1                                                                                      
                                                                     Dr. Nada Ibrahim                          endodontist and nerve specialist treatment
  •  Endodontic re-treatment

Most endodontically treated teeth can function as other natural teeth without needing further care. After several years of effective endodontic treatment, the endodontic tooth may fail eventually to recover, or it may once again become painful or infected.

You still have a chance to treat your tooth endodontically and provide a better environment for healing and preservation if it fails to heal or shows signs of a new problem, rather than removing it.

  •  Why do you need to treated teeth endodontically?

 A tooth may not heal as anticipated following initial treatment for a variety of reasons, as is occasionally the case with any medical or dental operation, including:

  • ·          During the previous therapy, the curved or narrow canals were not treated.
  •  When cleaning the root canals, the dentist was unable to reach all of the complex spaces.
  • Delaying the placement of the crown or filling after the previous treatment is finished.
  • Dental fillings could not prevent saliva contamination inside the tooth, as human saliva is full of bacteria that can cause disease.
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