tooth decay

Ayuba - posted on 07/06/2014 ( 2 moms have responded )

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my 4yr old front teeth (2)have decayed into the the gum.please do anyone know what i can do to stop this decay from causing gum disease or infecting the permanent teeth.

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Roy - posted on 05/22/2017

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Some teeth needs Root canal treatment is done to cure the tooth's soft tissue which are are infected. The main reasons causes infections inside the tooth's root canal are tooth decay, fracture or crack in the tooth and tooth lost fillings. Root canal treatment is a procedure of saving the tooth from the extraction. In root canal treatment the dental pulp is removed and medications are inserted into the root canal and pulp chamber to remove harmful bacteria and prevent it from further infection. You can visit http://caldentalgroup.com to know more about root canal treatment.

Guest - posted on 07/06/2014

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Have you taken him to see a dentist? Decay all the way to the gum is pretty serious. There are different treatments depending on the severity of the decay. You may be able to simply have the infected part of the tooth removed then filled if damage is minimal, however if a significant part of the tooth is damaged, the child will probably need a crown as well. In some cases, if the infection goes all the way into the root, the dentist will have to perform a root canal. That involves removing the nerve and blood vessels of the tooth, filling and sealing off the root, then constructing a crown for the tooth.
Unfortunately, once tooth decay has begun, there is no way to stop it from spreading except to remove the infected part of the tooth or teeth and re-seal the tooth or teeth.

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