I HAD A root canal, and topped it off with a $1000.00 crown (gold and composite). About two to three years later, I began to have a little pus "pimple" appear on my gum line near that tooth. My dentist is one of the best and has done about $10,000.00 worth of work in my mouth over the last 12 years. He checked me out and said that he had missed a small piece of "root" in one of my "canals". He apologized, of course. He then drilled a small hole in my cap and crown and sucked out that piece he missed two years ago. He then filled the hole in my crown with a special composite material. If in doubt, SEE YOUR DENTIST.
And you seriously think we would know that better than a dentist.
If after two years, you are still having headaches from your tooth, you need to visit your dentist. There could be nerve damage from the bad tooth or root canal procedure.
no it will pain the baby
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.
Yes. I had a root canal done on one of mine when I was 10 or 11 and one on the other front tooth a couple years later, as the result of an accident.
I assume you are talking about going to a dentist and having a root canal therapy performed on the tooth. This procedure removes the nerve and blood supply of the tooth. The interior of the tooth is then filled with an inert rubber material called gutta percha. The most common risks associated with a root canal are pain during the procedure that is usually effectively controlled with local anesthetics; pain after the procedure as the healing process begins, usually managed with OTC or prescription pain medication and antibiotics; failure of the root canal therapy, which may require either a second procedure or a surgical procedure called an apicoectomy and retrofill or extraction of the tooth. Assuming that the root canal therapy is successful, most teeth will soon require a crown restoration because the tooth will tend to become brittle and fracture. Having a crown placed prior to the fracture is highly recommended. Sometimes a root canal tooth will turn dark from the inside out. This will become a cosmetic concern if it is a front tooth visible when you smile or talk. Most root canal teeth can last many years, often a lifetime. However, sometimes root canal teeth will fail many years later for no apparent reason. Depending on the specific situation, the root canal may be repeated. For the best information, you should seek out a quality dentist and discuss the risks, benefits, and alternatives with him/her.
in 3 years time
No. A properly completed root canal should look exactly like a normal tooth from the outside (except where the drilling was filled), but should not crack. As to sensation, the nerve has been removed and you should no longer have feeling in the tooth if everything was completed as it should be. If you are experiencing pain or anything unusual in the tooth (like cracking, yikes!) I would definitely go back to your dentist. Or perhaps a different one if yours flubbed your root canal. I've had one root canal and years later I had the procedure corrected because the very tip of the root hadn't been removed. No cracking from either.
I remember a few years ago, I had a rotten tooth. My dentist said if he didn't perform a root canal, the rot would get to my bloodstream, poison, and kill me. So the root canal saved my life. And it didn't even hurt much.
If the tooth can be saved with a root canal (pulpotomy) or other treatment, it should be done. The adult tooth that will replace this baby tooth may not erupt until the child is six or seven years old, and the dental arch may shrink if the baby tooth is lost too soon. This will lead to problems when the adult tooth erupts and the child may require extensive and expensive orthodontic treatment to correct the problems.
Yes! Root canals like any other restoration are not permanent. You can still get infections in the root canals which will mean you will need that area retreated with another root canal. Usually you are sent to a specialist to get this procedure done.
Either the root canal was incomplete, (one canal or little channel was left uncleaned, waiting to be infected, most commonly happening on a molar) or the crown is 'leaking' at the margins, letting bacteria enter and eat the existing tooth structure. Or, you may be surprised to find out, it is not the tooth you think it is. Go to your dentist. He may tap your teeth with a metal instrument and find it is the tooth next to it.
i am 12 years old i just had my root canal today. It didn't hurt bad they just nummed the area around the tooth it was fine. For a child the biggest factor is fear.
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 pressure.I wondered if the two were connected and have been told by several people that it is a possibility.either way I will see my doctor tomm. and have her put me on antibiotics to see if it will get rid of this problem..hope this helps
If at all the doctor tells you to go for root canal treatment please do not opt. If you go for it, be sure you go for the right doctor. Life time after root canal treatment is app 6-7 years after that they will tell you take that tooth off. It will cost you around 2500.00
Trauma to the front teeth will often cause a tooth to die and subsequent discoloration. A root canal is needed to prevent or stop the infection process. To address the color, root canal treatment should help by removing all the dark, dead tissue in your tooth but to get it back to normal, you may need internal bleaching, veneer or a crown. Talk to you dentist about this.
The Erie Canal took 8 years. It took ten years to build the Panama Canal.
I had a root canal done on a front tooth about 8 years ago. I never had a crown put on and it is fine. I buy the whitning gel off of ebay with the trays. Very reasonable price. Your tooth may discolor but the whitning gel takes care of that. Don't believe others including a dentist when they tell you that you MUST have a crown put on a front tooth after a root canal. No you don't. Some dentists will tell you you do and others you don't. Do what is best for you. The best for me was to keep my natural tooth. They will also tell you the tooth will weaken and must have a crown. A front tooth does not get that much pressure like a molar does. That is why they can crown it with a porcelain crown which is not as strong but nicer color and looks more like natural enamel. Also some will tell you that you can not whiten a tooth that has had a root canal and it must be internally bleached. I fell for that one and spent all kinds of money having that done plus they have to drill a new hole in the back of the tooth each time it's done. It only lasted for me about 2 1/2 yrs. Then a dentist told me I just externally whiten it. SHE WAS RIGHT and that's how I have done it ever sense. It's your choice NOT theirs. That's the thing to remember.
It is possible that the root canal was not completed successfully. This happened to me. It took me about three years and four different dentists/periodontists to establish that the root canal had been botched. Unfortunately for me I went back to the guy who botched it the first time to have it "fixed". The fix was done by cutting into the root from above the gum line. The guy botched it a second time and I continued to have a low level sensation of pain for four more years. No dentists could find any problem on an X-ray but I had the tooth removed by a dental surgeon who found a small bit of one of the roots which was broken off and just sat decaying for all those years. There may be other reasons for your problem. Keep insisting that your dentist find the problem. If you aren't satisfied go to another dentist, and another ...
You should have had the crown replaced and that lovely little pus is a sign of infection which means they are probably going to have to pull the tooth or perform another root canal.
Father Arthur Tooth was born on June 17, 1839 and died on March 5, 1931. Father Arthur Tooth would have been 91 years old at the time of death or 176 years old today.
It toke 8 years to build the Erie Canal.
the panama canal is 96 years old
Root canal treatment in Pune is the removal of the tooth's pulp, a small, thread-like tissue in the centre of the tooth. Once the damaged, diseased or dead pulp is removed, the remaining space is cleaned, shaped and filled. This procedure seals off the root canal. Years ago, teeth with diseased or injured pulps were removed. Today, root canal treatment saves many teeth that would otherwise be lost. The most common causes of pulp damage or death are: A cracked tooth A deep cavity An injury to a tooth, such as a severe knock to the tooth, either recent or in the past. Once the pulp is infected or dead, if left untreated, pus can build up at the root tip in the jawbone, forming an abscess. An abscess can destroy the bone surrounding the tooth and cause pain. read more info drshoaibsyed com
Definitely, happens primarily in older RCT's (root canal therapy). RCT's are a great treatment for an infected tooth, however, if the synthetic filling material used to replace the infected nerve tissue did not fill the canal to the apex (tip of the tooth) the untreated area can re-infect. Depending on how bad it is, you may be able to get a retreat of your RCT or you may just have to pull the tooth. However, it's important for everyone to know that eventually, all dental work breaks down, thought most dental work done properly should see to the age of 10 years.