Root canal

What is Root canal?

A root canal is the anatomic space within the root of a tooth. Part of a naturally occurring space within a tooth, it consists of the pulp chamber (within the coronal part of the tooth), the main canal(s), and more intricate anatomical branches that may connect the root canals to each other or to the surface of the root.

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In December I had very bad cold and ENT specialist diagnosed it as sinus . I use to have very bad headache on my left side of head while lying...

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your symptoms analysis point out to sinusitis, it would be easier to diagnose if you could elaborate more on the CT...

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i had seere pain in tooth upper 5_|.the dentist advised root canal . and antibiotic ciploxtz.my question is is the root canal only alternative? can...

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choice is yours. both rct and extraction will solve your problem, but extraction would leave you with one less tooth . yes you may use ofloxacin...

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Back toothAn XRay has shown a capped tooth has been leaking and that it is decayed underneathGiving no trouble Male 76 no health problems....

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Hi, if the X ray is showing the abutment or the stump getting decayed, the cap must be removed, the tooth treated( a root canal treatment) and the...

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I am a 66 year old female. My family dentist sent me to an endodonist for a root canal procedure. The endodonist couldn't complete the procedure...

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To start off, I haven't been to the dentist since I was 13 and am now 30. (I know, I know). My concern is that I have one tooth that is beyond...

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whenever I lie down for a long period I wake up n spit a little bit of blood n after a couple seconds it goes back to clear. im not sure where this...

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