Root Canal Treatment---Bacterial disease involved into Pulp
From the outside, a tooth looks like a hard, solid substance. But this cut-away illustration reveals that a tooth is really a complex system of specialized tissues.
Enamel - the shiny, hard, white tissue covering the tooth is the strongest tissue in your body. It has to be! Your jaws place as much as 128 pounds of pressure on your teeth when you chew, bite, clench, or grind.
Dentin - this tissue makes up most of the body of the tooth. Even though dentin is hard and feels solid to the touch, it's actually microscopically porous and needs a covering of enamel or an artificial crown to protect it from decay-causing bacteria in your saliva.
Pulp - this soft tissue contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue. The pulp provides nourishment for the tooth during growth and development. Once the tooth is mature, the pulp's only function is sensory. A fully developed tooth can survive without the pulp. If this tissue is damaged, your dentist in Richmond or your endodontist in Mlebourne can remove it and save your tooth with endodontic (root canal) treatment.
Get your dentist in Richmond, East Melbourne to have a look.
Photos from Left to Right:
-Diagnosed with xray and other relevant dentist test, clear sign of infection/inflammation from the dental root end
-Drawn shadow around the end of the tooth root
-Complete filled, completion of a dentist RCT (Root Canal Treatment)