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There are different ways a root canal can be performed Root canal can be started different ways depending on the problem There can be three situations when a root canal is needed and can be done according to the problem A tooth could be injured but without a filling The pulp the area around the top of the root and the root died over the years abscess on the apex the very bottom of the root of the tooth formed This could happen like this lets say that you were punched in the mouth a long time ago your tooth moved slightly and was sore for a couple of days and then went away Then ten years later it started to bother you again Second reason can be a very deep filling and the tooth broke recently after the filling was there or split that opened up a deep filling This could happen because you went jetskiing and werent careful slipped off you jetski and it fell on you knocking a tooth out Another case can be a case where the filling went to the root of the tooth the nerve never died - its alive but the root canal needs to be done because the filling is too deep and it is irritating the tooth The third reason is when a tooth had a deep filling for years and now it is irritated by it because the filling is so old Over time the tooth died slowly and started hurting because of abscess and infection Root canal technical procedure for case 1 The nerve died In the middle of the tooth close to pulp a hole is drilled using dentists drill with a small thread The hole is drilled just to the nerve pulp usually there is no root because of abscess This procedure is practiced thoroughly in dental school the dentist doesnt have room for mistakes here If the cause of this root
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