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Root Canal Treatment Christchurch


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Location: Others - 8023

Date posted 11 Jun 2021

Price: $ 30

Ad ID: 95254

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There is a fine channel inside your tooth called the root canal. A single tooth can have multiple root canals. This area is made up of the dental pulp, with nerves and blood vessels. When the dental pulp is infected, there will be toothache or abscess. Historically, such problems in the teeth resulted in their extraction. However, modern dentistry has come up with Root Canal Treatment Christchurch that contains the infection and saves the tooth.


There are various reasons the dental pulp gets infected. Common causes are decay, deep cavities and cracked or chipped teeth. Typical symptoms of infection are tooth pain, sensitivity to certain foods, discolouration of the tooth and swelling or pain in the gums. If you experience any of these symptoms, visit your dentist immediately for a check-up. Once your dentist examines you and confirms an infection, treatment will commence. Depending on the nature and severity of the infection and your oral conditions, your dentist will require you to visit the dental surgery a few times for successful completion of treatment. Root canal treatments are mostly successful and the tooth will normally last for upto 10 years after treatment.


Inlays And Onlays Christchurch are a type of tooth coloured fillings that bond to the structure of the tooth and strengthen the tooth. They are also available in different materials such as metals and resin. Our dentists recommend inlays or onlays when a large portion of the tooth is damaged and requires a filling. This additional material provides the necessary support for an effective dental filling.


Depending on your preference of material and based on your interaction with the dentist, this will be fabricated in a dental laboratory. We work with some of the most competent laboratories who will work to get the best fit for you. Your dentist will require you to visit the dental surgery two or three times to complete a successful treatment.

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