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 better soon. It is unusual that a tooth would hurt two months after a root canal, although it is not impossible. It might be that the restaurantion done on the tooth is too high, not letting the tooth heal correctly. There are always chances that there was an extra canal that wasn't seen by the operator. You can talk to your dentist about that possibility. He might suggest to wait 6 months.
that is a root canal of a molar tooth. Meaning the dentist is removing the nerve and pulp of the tooth.
6 year olds get their first adult molar at the back of the mouth , and if a cavity gets too deep quickly, the nerve will die, and the tooth will need root canal treatment.
Yes, especially if it's a lower molar. Reason being, root canal teeth are "dead teeth:, as they have no nerve left, leaving them brittle and more susceptible to breakage.
A nerve near the auditory canal.
in males the contents of the inguinal canal are: spermatic cord, illioinguinal nerve, genital branch of genitofemoral nerve. in females: the round ligament of uterus and illioinguinal nerve.
Not necessarily. It depends on the extent and depth of the decay or fracture. If the decay has reached the nerve of the tooth, a root canal is indicated. If the decay has not reached the nerve, a root canal is not generally required.
Most nerve entrapment syndromes are caused by injury to the nerve as it travels between a canal consisting of bone or ligament.
The pulp in teeth is the part which is taken out when you have "root canal therapy", it is the nerve and blood vessels. The pulp in teeth is the part which is taken out when you have "root canal therapy", it is the nerve and blood vessels.
the abnormal narrowing in spine canal due to degenration of spine.this may cause nerve comprresion
D. Blood vessels and nerve fibers
Blood vessels, nerve fibres and lymphatic pass
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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.
Auditory canal, tensor tympani muscle, cochlea, cochlear nerve, vestibular nerve.
femoral artery and femoral vein, saphenous nerve and nerve to vastus medialis
The Optic nerve contains the ganglion cells of retina. This nerve transmits visual information to the brain and is located in the optic canal.
Just anterior to to foramen (frequently located distal to the 2nd molar).
you could possibly have nerve damage you need to contact your dentist, NOW
because the sound waves enter your canal and passes it to to the nerve which shoots the message to your brain.
A myelogram combines x rays with an injection of dye into the spinal canal and allows for detailed visualization of the spinal canal and nerve roots.
A root canal procedure is done as a result of bacteria reaching into the root canal of a tooth. The remenents of the nerve and pulp is taken out and sealed. A crown is then put over the ground down tooth.
No. The 'message' is carried by the auditory nerve to the brain.
The surgeon enters the internal canal of the ear and separates the nerve bundles governing hearing from the nerve bundles that govern the sense of balance, in order to control the patient's vertigo without sacrificing hearing