FAQ: answering three frequently asked questions about Root Canal Treatment

Why does a tooth hurt after pulpitis treatment?
The fact is that any intervention in the structure of the tooth is a traumatic experience for the body, and even more so when it comes to removing nerves, cleaning, and treating pulpitis of 3 canals. The presence of moderate pain for 2-3 days after treatment is normal practice, however, as well as its absence.

What happens if you do not treat pulpitis and wait until the pain goes away?
Inflammation of the pulp as a result of infection leads to the gradual destruction of the dental nerve, blood vessels, and internal tissues of the tooth. When the pulp “dies”, the nourishment of the tooth stops, and as a result, the acute pain subsides. Along with this, the tooth continues to decay, its enamel fades, and pulpitis develops into periodontitis. If periodontitis can be cured, the tooth is filled and remains in place “lifeless”. If periodontitis cannot be cured, the tooth is removed.

Can I treat my tooth at home?
No, you can not. For example, rinsing can only reduce pain caused by inflammation. Only a professional dentist can cure pulpitis inexpensively for dental health. In the Affordable Dentistry of Coral Springs, we know how to cure pulpitis and quickly relieve patients from severe toothache. We perform root canal treatment quickly and painlessly. We are waiting for you for your dental exam and treatment in our dental clinics in Coral Springs