Endodontist Manhattan treatment cures the inside of the tooth. Why is it so necessary, you ask? It is imperative that you understand some elements of tooth anatomy for you to appreciate endodontic treatment provided by Manhattan Root Canal Specialist.
Pulp is a white soft tissue inside the tooth that lies under the white enamel and dentin, which is a particularly hard layer. It consists of nerves, blood vessels, connective tissues and it is the source of a tooth’s hard tissues when the tooth is in the growth and development stage. The pulp spreads from the tip of the root of the tooth where it links with other tissues that border the tooth to the crown of the tooth.
The pulp is most important during the growth and development stage of the tooth. When the tooth is fully grown however, it no longer needs the pulp since the tooth can get sustenance from the neighboring tissues. Manhattan Root Canal Specialists are Endodontist Manhattan who specialize in treatment and processes that relate to root canals including the root of the tooth and the pulp.
Your dentist can refer you to Fifth Avenue Endodontics for an appointment with the best Endodontist Manhattan if the pulp of your tooth is infected or inflamed. Your tooth may suffer a minor inflammation or infection, which calls for a routine root canal treatment, or the infection could be major and thus require complex root canal treatment. Manhattan Root Canal Specialist at Fifth Avenue Endodontics are fully equipped with the latest endodontic care gear to perform both simple and composite root canal treatment.
A pulp infection or irritation can be caused by either a crack in the tooth, or frequent dental procedures on the tooth or even deep pulp decay. A tooth can in some instances suffer injury to the pulp without any visible cracks from the outside. When an infected or inflamed pulp is left untreated, the patient endures maddening pain and this often leads to loss of one’s natural tooth.
Signs that points to the need of endodontic care include prolonged tooth sensitivity to cold or heat, sensitivity to munching and touch, soreness and swelling of the lymph nodes surrounding the tooth, pain and yellowing of the tooth. However, some cases are known to exhibit neither of the signs. A patient could have received endodontic treatment already, but require retreatment. The experienced Endodontist Manhattan at Fifth Avenue Endodontics will recommend retreatment in case of a new distress or deep decay. Pulp infection is likely to occur with a loose, cracked or broken filling. A second procedure is also necessary if our skilled Manhattan Root Canal Specialist discovers an additional, narrow or curved canal(s) that could have hardly been treated in the first instance.
At Fifth Avenue Endodontics, you can be sure that your tooth will be attended to by the most qualified, caring and skilled Endodontist Manhattan who is dedicated to save your natural tooth for long lasting ideal chewing and beauty.