Treatment of tooth interior
Root canal is one of the procedures people fear most. But millions undergo this treatment every year in order to protect their teeth from infection. injury or a severe cavity it also infects the nerves, blood vessels and connective tissues inside. If the tooth is not treated, it will have to be removed.
The options available are laser-assisted root canal, microscopic root canal and single visit root canal.
Pit and fissure sealants help to prevent tooth decay that may further lead to dental caries. Pits are small hollows that appear on the biting surface, whereas fissures are grooves in the outside of the tooth's surface. Plaque and bacteria may build up in these areas. The bacteria reacts with the starch in food that is eaten, creating acid that can destroy tooth enamel. Brushing twice a day especially after consuming large meals or sugary foods will help protect your teeth.
The loss of a tooth’s hard surfaces, due to problems besides tooth decay or dental trauma is known as abrasion. Normal wear is common for teeth, but this issue is mostly caused by incorrect brushing techniques and/or abrasive toothpaste. Individuals who use their teeth as a tool to remove bottle caps, hold clips or bite their nails are also prone to abrasion. V-shaped dents at the bottom of your teeth are the main sign.
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