When a tooth is pulled it's gone. When you have a root canal the root of the tooth has become infected, the dentist uses a conventional cavity drill to get down to the nerves then uses a very small, flexible drill-like wire to drill down through the nerve of the tooth. Actually, the dentist goes down through each of the nerves since there are usually a couple nerves in a tooth. After the nerves are removed, the tooth is allowed to drain and either a filling or a crown is put over the tooth. The infection is taken care of during this process and the tooth is saved.
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when you get a filling, they drill some of the tooth which has a cavity and fill it. When you get a root canal, they drill all the way down and take out the nerve of the tooth. Getting a root canal is more painful then a filling.
The difference between the alimentary canal and digestive system is that .. The alimentary canal is the passageway for the food we eat : from the mouth to the anus while the digestive system is all those organs plus the others like : kidneys , liver etc.
what is the definition of a canal
a canal is a mqan made structure but a river is a natural structure
The haversian canal is the axis of the basic unit of bone, the osteon, and it has longitudinal orientation. The Volkmann`s canal has a transverse orientation and interconnect different Haversian canal between them.
One is called 'chanal' and the other is called 'canal' Hope this helps
Yes, especially after a root canal on a molar, root canals remove important structure of a tooth and that may cause the tooth to break and will then have to be pulled
Long enough to be the difference between murder and choice.
A Canal is a man made narrow part of the ocean. A strait is also a narrow part of the ocean but is naturally made.
Tooth being pulled. A root canal is not really that painful. It is uncomfortable because you have to keep your mouth open for a while. If you have to make the choice go with the rood canal land save the tooth.
One difference between cathode rays and canal rays is that the cathode rays stream electrons and canal rays stream positive ions. Cathode rays are in a vacuum tube and canal rays are in discharge tube. A third difference is that cathode rays are also known as electron beams or e-beams and canal rays are also known as anode rays.
I think canals always have water and ditches only sometimes do
No, a root canal is not necessarily required when getting a crown.
The alimentary canal is the tube going from the mouth to the anus. The accessory organs are the organs located along that canal which produce enzymes to aid the digestion process.
No, A back molar can just be pulled depending on the amount of decay the tooth has. A root canal is typically used in only the teeth that show, its an outdated and expensive practice
the difference is animals can better and there ear canal is built different so they can hear things from a great distance.
No. That would just be a waste of time and money. In many cases, you wouldn't even get a root canal on a permanent tooth. You would most likely have it pulled depending on what tooth it is. Just have the baby-tooth pulled since it is going to be pulled someday, regardless.
The Erie Canal took barges that were pulled by animals from Buffalo, NY to Albany, NY. The Suez Canal is a short cut for ocean going ships. The only similarities is that they both have locks.
The alimentary canal is just the tube that goes from the mouth to the anus. The digestive system includes that tube but also all of the physiology that occurs along the tube and the accessory organs actions and products.
Hoggee rode mules or horses who pulled packets (canal boats) on the Erie canal. Also they tended and cared for the animals pulling the boat.
Oceans are the huge amounts of water that cover more than half the earth between continents, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Arctic Ocean and the Southern Ocean. Canals are man-made waterways, like the Panama Canal or the Suez Canal.
There are no countries between the Panama Canal
No. We've seen him being pulled from Lois' birth canal twice.
The Panama Canal.