Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment

Each tooth has two main parts: the crown (that is above the gums) and the root (underneath the gums that fixes the tooth in the bony socket). A tooth is made up of enamel (hard white outer layer), dentin (hard calcified tissue that encloses the pulp), and the dental pulp. The dental pulp is found in the tooth core and comprises of vital soft tissues (nerve, blood vessels and lymphatics). The dental pulp occupies the root canals, located in both the crown and root of the tooth.


What is Root Canal Treatment?

Root canal treatment allows for the preservation of natural teeth. A root canal is desirable when its dental pulp has been injured, infected or gets inflamed.


What is Root Canal Treatment?

Dental implantology is the field of dentistry that is concerned with the replacement of missing teeth and their supporting structures with artificial prostheses anchored to the jawbone. Tooth loss not only causes loss of function, it also leads to psychological problems causing low self-esteem and social impairment thus significantly affecting the quality of one’s life.


What are the indications for Root Canal Treatment?

  • Restore dental aesthetics
  • Restore lost dental function:

– Chewing

– Speech

  • Space maintenance and occlusal stability
  • Orthodontic anchorage
  • Convenience and comfort
  • Bone preservation and prevention of disuse atrophy after tooth loss


What are the types of Root Canal Treatment?

A huge majority of modern implants nowadays are endosteal (i.e. placed within or inside the alveolar bone) in design. Endosteal implants can be further categorized into several different types based on geometry, shape, surface, function and materials:

  • Cylindrical or root form implants
  • Blade implants and the ramus frame
  • Pin implants (Chercheve)
  • Disc implants
  • Pterygoid or zygomatic implants
  • Trans-osteal implants

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