the nerve is not dead
The nerve usually dies because of an infection in the pulp at the centre of the tooth (while this is happening you will have very bad toothache! The dentist will prescribe antibiotics to kill the infection then after a week the tooth is drilled and the puss left in the centre of the tooth is drained out through the tooth using a procedure called a root canal. The now dead tooth is then filled and stabilised.
The nerve inside it is probably dead. We only feel toothache because the nerve that goes to the tooth is exposed.
Dying nerves (which I assume you've experienced, given the question) have a tendency of hurting. A lot. Dead nerves have a strong tendency of getting infected, which then brings you down the root of Tooth Abscesses and root canal and general dental hell. If your tooth nerve is dead, see your dentist. (S)He should remove the nerve and then fill the space left to re-inforce your tooth. Dead teeth also go dark-coloured. :(
Yes, generally when you remove the nerve root you then have a dead tooth. the dentist must fill the canal and either cap it or discuss other options with you, as it will turn gray because it has no nerve.
A cracked tooth or a damaged deep filling can cause a tooth's nerve to die. Grinding teeth can also cause nerve damage.
The 'pulp' is the nerve of the tooth.
Does brake fluid,kill tooth nerve
It is a tooth that the root has been damaged and is "dead"
The nerve endings are found in the pulp cavity centre of the tooth, the nerve is carried in the tooth root.
There are no nerves IN a tooth. The nerve is above the tooth. That's why when it's loose and you eat, your tooth hurts. Hope this helps
you may have injured the nerve for that tooth, it's best to see a dentist, it won't take long to see what the issue is and its a lot better than losing the tooth.
You might think that a tooth's nerve tissue is vitally important to a tooth's health and function, but in reality it's not. A tooth's nerve tissue plays an important role in the growth and development of the tooth, but once the tooth has erupted through the gums and has finished maturing the nerve's only function is sensory, it provides the tooth with the ability to feel hot and cold.In regards to the normal day to day functioning of our mouths, the sensory information provided by a single tooth is really quite minimal. Dentists realize that on a practical level it is pretty much academic whether a tooth has a live nerve in it or not. If a tooth's nerve tissue is present and healthy, wonderful. But if a tooth has had its nerve tissue removed during root canal treatment that's fine too, you will never miss it.
Yes, a dead tooth can cause or trigger a headache.
no it can not
It hurts like a Bxtch
The part of the tooth that has the nerves in it is right under the crown of your tooth ''aka'' the top part of your tooth and they travel down into you gums hope this help's
If the nerve has been removed in your tooth, you need to have a root canal done in order to keep your tooth in your mouth. A tooth that has had a root canal treatment and ideally a crown as well, has about 85% chances of staying in your mouth for the rest of your life.