Yes, it is. If the discomfort does not ease, this is a sign of failure of the root treatment. I would suggest that if the discomfort is not severe, to wait a couple of weeks to see if it settles. An antiinflammatory drug such as ibuprofen is often recommended for a couple of days post-operatively. I hope this is of some use to you.AnswerYes, after a root canal you might feel some pain for a few days, and then some discomfort for a few weeks every time you chew on that tooth. There are always exceptions where some people don't feel any pain at all, and others feel discomfort for a few months.
Wait until you are totally off pain killers and antibiotics to make sure there is no pain/discomfort. Dont hurry anything, my dentist did and I had to redo the root canal and finally extract the tooth. Its almost 40 days now and my treatment is still on... :-(
I just had my tooth pulled yesterday that was infected, I too have a slight fever and had some sweating last night... That is normal when you have a fever
No . . . the root canal procedure is intended to save the tooth.
With successful root canal treatment, the tooth will no longer cause pain. However, because it does not contain an internal nerve, it no longer has sensitivity to hot, cold, or sweets.The restored tooth may last a lifetime
After a root canal has been performed, the tooth will often become brittle and weak. This may lead to the tooth fracturing under normal stress. Depending on how the tooth fractures, it may not be possible to restore the tooth with a crown at that point. The tooth then will probably require extraction. Consider a crown a kind of insurance policy on the root canal.
Yes, teeth that have root canals frequently turn dark over time.
i think if your tooth hurts when you drink something cold or hot then you should go to the dentist because you most likely need one --------------- I disagree with the above answer. There are many reasons that a tooth may feel pain when exposed to heat or cold, and very few of them have anything to do with a root canal. Often people who need root canals have had some trauma to the tooth and their dentist will recommend a root canal. In many people, they don't realize that a root canal is needed until it becomes infected after the tooth dies. In this case, you will feel a throbbing pain, especially when pressure is put on the area. A root canal is needed when a tooth dies. The death of the nerve inside the tooth can cause painful and dangerous infections. A root canal removes the dead tissue (root) of the tooth and can prevent the infections and discomfort.
that is a root canal of a molar tooth. Meaning the dentist is removing the nerve and pulp of the tooth.
Yes, this is very normal I can't remember what my dentist called it but she says its when one tooth has something done to it, automatically all the teeth around feel the pressure and strain. I had 4 root canals last week and at first I thought they had done a root canal to the tooth behind it also because it hurt so bad and all the sudden felt loose. They told me nothing had been done to it and that was perfectly normal and after like 2 days it went away.
Your tooth should not be a color pink after a root canal! If the center of the tooth is a slight pink that could just be the (gutta percha) which is a rubber base material the dentist fills in the canal with, this take the space where the nerves use to be.. Gutta Percha color is pink... After a root canal and the gutta percha is packed in the canals, the dentist will then fill the center of your tooth with a white or silver filling. If you are not satified with the results simply ask you dentist to put a bit more white filling material on your tooth to hide color of material....most of the time dentist are ok doing that. Aunt Laura
usually when you get a root canal there is not much tooth structure remaining and a crown helps support the tooth... so your tooth can break if you dont get a crown