How is endodontics prevented?
Any of the above symptoms can lead to the appearance of this dental disease. It is important to go to the dentist for a consultation, even if it seems to you that it is not something serious. Failure to perform an endodontic treatment leads to aggravation of the disease by destroying the hard tissues and supporting tissues of the tooth, which over time can result in its final loss.
If the tooth is not in pain, but has any of the symptoms mentioned above, then this does not mean the lack of endodontic pathology. The absence of pain is an indication of the chronicity of the lesion. The bacteria will advance to the bone and settle on it. Thus, this pathology will advance with each passing day, including affecting the jaw.
To treat this dental disease, technologies, techniques and equipment have become better and more accurate. Nowadays, we use instruments such as: operating microscope, laser or rotary instrument, equipment that helps eliminate these pathologies.
Any endodontic treatment is done to the patient by local anaesthesia, and after the application of the treatment there will be a slight sensitivity in the tooth, which disappears with the help of analgesic and anti-inflammatory medicines recommended by our specialists.