The destruction of the dental nerve is called deponirovanie. After this procedure the tooth completely ceases to hurt, also prevents periodontitis and various complicated dental diseases. Plus the tooth pulp is also no need of installing artificial teeth.

But, as with most procedures, this has one big disadvantage - after the surgery, the tooth becomes dead, because together with tooth nerve is removed and blood vessels, resulting in stops the blood getting to the tooth. It ceases to get the required amount of minerals and starts an accelerated process of destruction of the toothleading to its darkening.

How does a tooth nerve

Often, after removal of the dental canal before sealing the tooth dentists show the extracted nerve your patient. The nerve of the tooth is a thin pink and white thread in length from 1 to 1.5 cm Before removing it stretches from the periodontium through the roots of the tooth directly to the surface of the pulp. After the tooth nerve is removed, it curls a bit, taking the form of tool which has been stranded.

After removal there is a natural pain that passes within a few days. It is very important not to confuse it with painful sensations, which are caused by an inflammatory process that starts due to various complications.

Complications after removal of the dental nerve

Complications after removal of the dental nerve can occur due to the curvature of the structure of the canals and not quite the quality of the procedure and removal of the tooth nerve. For example, in the case of difficulty of access to dental canals the dentist can be difficult to clean them completely. The result is the remainder after the procedure, the pulp starts the decay, leading to the beginning of the inflammatory process.

If, after the removal of the nerve is observed swelling of the gums, increasing the pain and odor in the mouth, you must immediately contact your dentist to eliminate this inflammatory process. In this case, the doctor will likely recommend an x-ray to determine the cleanliness of the root canal.

In order to avoid removal of the tooth nerve, it is necessary to treat caries and regularly (twice a year) visit the dentist for inspection of the oral cavity.