Root canal treatment is a simple in-office procedure in which a dentist cleans and removes infected pulp from your tooth. X-rays may be needed in order to determine how many tooth roots require treatment. The cleaning of the roots helps to remove the bacterial endotoxin causing the inflammation. It also makes the roots of your teeth inhospitable to future bacterial colonization. The roots are then closed with a sealant and a temporary filling is placed.
To perform the root canal therapy, your Maryville dentist will give you an anesthetic medication. This procedure can be done either with a local anesthetic or an anesthetic along with a sedative. These medications help to relax you and allow you to comfortably rest while the dentist performs the root canal treatment. You may be given antibiotic tablets, an antibiotic mouth rinse or a medicated gel to apply directly to your gum tissue to prevent an infection after root canal therapy. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2llQSbq.