Pulling teeth in adult anesthesia
Extractions are performed both in children and in adults. In the case of the latter group of patients tooth extraction may be necessary when it was attacked by a deep decay. In addition, some patients teeth are pulled out to the different cases, as a result of which also one of the tooth was broken or zruszeniu. Most often it is possible for an adult rapid tooth extraction under anesthesia or without anesthesia. This procedure usually takes only a few minutes. However, sometimes there is a need for a tooth extraction by a surgeon, who by using additional tools will be able to fully remove the gum or tooth root remains of the same tooth.
next stages of root canal treatment
Root canal treatment is often performed in adults. This is because in adults more frequently develop deep caries than in children. In the first stage of root canal treatment it must be made dental check with possible X-ray images, so that will be even better assess the state of the broken tooth. It is then applied to dental treatment to serve its purification and the gradual penetration of the root canal and from there to the entire channel. After opening you will be able to apply a therapeutic agent that will poison nerve root and will have an impact on the tooth for a week. After this time, the dentist will conduct additional boronizing and assume a permanent filling.
Treatment of milk teeth in children
Milk teeth are the first teeth, they have a man in your life. Over time, place the milk teeth will appear teeth fixed. However, regardless of the fact that the child will lose all their milk teeth, they must be treated, but if you get them decay. This is because the cavities formed on the primary teeth will be able to pass the permanent teeth and to cause that they begin to deteriorate very quickly. Bearing in mind that parents try to go regularly with children to the dentist for a review of the teeth and both agree to take treatment of deciduous teeth, as well as to carry out the extraction of a milk tooth, which interferes with normal development of the permanent tooth.