The root canal treatment is intended to save the tooth and avoid tooth extraction. The procedure is done when the pulp of the tooth becomes infected (most often, the infection of the tooth pulp is painful, as well). Untreated tooth decay, accidental exposure of the dental pulp, pulp trauma (fracture of a front tooth), lead to the necessity of a root canal treatment.
Therefore, this is a dental procedure done to preserve the tooth on the arch and stop action that can lead to bacterial infection and abscess. When the nerve inside the tooth is affected either by infection or exposure through a fracture, the tooth ‘interior’ is removed. Afterward, the root canal is sterilized and the obturation is root canal performed.
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