Frequently Asked Questions
- Tooth decay
- Dental trauma
- Deep dental fillings
- Dental abscess
- Cracked or fractured tooth
- Repeated dental procedures
- Persistent toothache
- Sensitivity to hot and cold
- Gum swelling and tenderness
- Tooth discoloration
- Painful chewing
- Prolonged sensitivity
- Loose tooth
Infection: Rarely, despite receiving treatment, an infection may recur or grow differently.
Possible incomplete removal of infected tissue: The pulp tissue that is diseased or damaged may not be removed entirely.
Damage to nearby structures: The procedure could harm the nearby teeth, nerves, or blood vessels.
A fractured root: Sometimes, during or after a root canal operation, the tooth’s treated root can break.
Discomfort and pain following treatment: It is typical to feel some sensitivity or discomfort in the treated tooth’s vicinity.
- Be careful not to ignore changes in your oral health or symptoms like tooth pain or sensitivity. To address the issue, schedule a visit with your dentist as soon as possible.
- If you engage in sports or other activities where there is a possibility of oral injury, use a mouth guard.
- Reduce your intake of foods and beverages that are high in sugar and acid because they can erode your teeth. Choose a diet that is well-balanced.
- Use fluoride toothpaste and fluoride mouthwash on a regular basis to brush your teeth. It makes tooth enamel more vital and more resistant to decay.