Does Gums hurt from sinus or old root canal?
Why does it hurt when i oprn my mouth yo eat 5 days after root canal - no pain right after root canal - the pain is on the same side i had the root canal but it doesnt hurt near the tooth?
Many times when the canal was deep and infected the dentist will use special files to widen the canal. This is essentially removing tissue from the tooth. this can cause the gums to be sore. Now if the root was not all removed you would feel pain in the exact tooth. thanks for reading.. Http://www.BrowardDDS.com is my Dental website.
Just had the build up the tooth part of a root canal done and now 3 days later you are in such pain just like it was before you started?
I had a part of a tooth break off and it is hollow don to the gums I can see 2 holes Doesn't hurt though Is the tooth dead Will it have to be pulled or have a root canal?
They may be able to save it by putting a cap or crown on it. You are lucky that it doesn't hurt. Hopefully you won't need a root canal, but they will know by taking an Xray of it, and testing you for hot and cold sensitivity. If they can't save the tooth, then yes, they will put it. Especially if it is a very back tooth. You can live without it. Although some may…
One had a root canal two days ago after it hurt really bad the doctor said to wait to let the tooth calm down now the tooth doesn't hurt but there is a lump in the gums is that a good sign or bad?
It is normal for a root canal treated tooth to hurt for initial few days, when it comes to in contact with the other tooth, like chewing. But a lump in gums can be indicative of some underlying infections. To make sure of this you need to have a periapical radiograph (x ray). Once the x ray is taken, your dentist can tell if it has any chances of infection or not. If any infection…
I recently had a root canal done on a tooth that has been dead for about 20 years. I'm 36 now and decided its time for braces.never had any pain in the tooth,but in order to get braces a root canal needed to be preformed. Low and behold a few days later after the canal was completed I am experiencing sinus pressure on my forhead near the bridge of my nose, no other cold sumptoms,just…
An apecoectomy is necessary when the root of a tooth gets infected after a root canal. They open up the gums to get to the root and clean out the infection. When I had mine they put a filling into the root and then put a screw into my tooth to stabilize it - I don't know if that's always done during the procedure.
Generally its not the same tooth that may be hurting, if the root canal was performed properly. You should go see a dentist to rule out other dental issues you might be having. Once the root is removed it is a dead tooth, no longer susceptible to sensation. A "root canal" procedure does not include the removal of a root(s), only the "killing" of the nerve down the center of the roots.
If your tooth needs a root canal and is not painful, then it must be a dead tooth. When a tooth is dead, it is a source of infection which is not good. It is possible that it could hurt in the future due to infection. Better to have the root canal done, because you're trying to save your tooth. If you don't have the root canal treatment done and your tooth continues to decay…
A pulp cavity is the central cavity of a tooth containing the pulp (including the root canal) tooth - hard bone like structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense. bodily cavity, cavum, cavity - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body. root canal - the passage in the root of a tooth through which its nerve and blood vessels enter the pulp cavity
Unfortunately you really can't. It's the weakening of the root for unknown reasons, becomes either infected or begins to loose its strength that causes the canal to need repair. Eat healthier. Try to keep your gums strengthened, your teeth free from tartar, and visit your dentist as needed. Don't use abrasives, they can make your teeth sensitive and expose your roots, which can be painful.
You recently had tooth 14 extracted it was cracked and had an old root canal your DDS said something about a root tip and that you should go back to the oral surgeon and have him remove same Normal?
Yes, it sounds quite 'normal'. Teeth with root canals are often quite brittle and root tips can fracture easily during extractions. Most general dentists are not comfortable in trying to recover root tips in this area due to the close proximity of the maxillary sinus. The floor of the sinus can be perforated and sometimes the root tip can even enter the sinus itself. A situation like this is best treated by an oral surgeon…
No. By definition, a 'dry socket' is a painful condition that occurs following a tooth extraction, not a root canal. That is not to say that you cannot have pain following a root canal. You can, particularly if the tooth was acutely infected at the time of the root canal, or if the root canal is incomplete. You should consult with the dentist who performed the procedure and follow his/her recommendations.
Im not sure of the question but sounds like the doctor already removed the inerts of the tooth and placed a filling into the root. That is what a root canal therapy is. If you want to remove the root canal filling material and replace it with a more biocompatible material there are dentist that do that.
Why does a molar tooth still hurt two months after a root canal and could the nerve still be in the tooth?
Weird, I had this same problem recently. I had a root canal down and a few months later my tooth started hurting again. I was now going to a different dentist and he took out the filling and the previous dentist didn't fill my tooth right and my nerves were swollen so they had to cut the nerves and do a new root canal with a new filling. Good luck and I hope you feel…
It is possible that the root canal is failing. If the root canal was completed very recently, it is possible that there is an accessory canal that was missed during the initial treatment. Remember, a root canal procedure is a last ditch effort to save a tooth that would otherwise be lost. Sometimes root canals fail for no known reason. See your dentist and follow his/her instructions.
D3310 Root canal, anterior (excluding final restoration) D3320 Root canal, bicuspid (excluding final restoration) D3330 Root canal, molar (excluding final restoration) These include the root canal and temporary filling. You may also need: D2950 Core buildup, including any pins You also need to add the permanent crowns.
It is not uncommon for teeth to hurt after root canal therapy. What you want to watch out for - is increased inflammation (swelling), draining (geenish, whiteish, yellowish fluid) draining from the site. Very yucky taste in your mouth. If you have these - then you need to contact your Dentist ASAP as you may have an infection.