Any pain in your mouth is unpleasant and should be mentioned to your dentist, but certain types of pain may signify root canal pain. If you have spontaneous pain that hits you like a wave, it is likely that you have an infected or dead tooth that may need a root canal.
When you lay down or bend down is there a pressure on your tooth and face? This may be root canal pain.
If you notice any bumps on your gums, this could be a sign of an infected tooth needing a root canal. These pimple-like bums are known as a fistula.
You can have sensitivity to hot and cold without needing a root canal.
For those needing a root canal, the sensitivity and pain from the hot and cold lingers long after the drink or food.
If you've noticed that your gums are swollen it may be a sign of an infected tooth.
Sometimes we can have inflamed gums after flossing or brushing too hard, this is different. The swollen gums will be tender and a bit painful to the touch and will remain swollen.
The darkening of the gums is a sign that the gums are decayed. If there is an infection and the tooth is dying, the gums will begin to decay.
This is a tell-tale sign that you may need a root canal.
The aligners treatment achieves optimal and accurate results in a short period of time. Treatment duration can be shorter compared to conventional fixed orthodontic treatment. Since aligners can be removed during eating, there are no food restrictions and you can have food of your choice during treatment. The amount of force delivered by aligners is calibrated, so treatment with aligners is painless.
Clear aligners are also recommended foruse after you complete your orthodontic treatment. These appliances help to maintain the results you want until your teeth have settled down and finished moving.
Clear aligners are orthodontic devices that are a transparent, plastic form of dental braces used to adjust teeth.
Treatment begins with taking x-rays and photographs for diagnostic purposes, followed by capturing the patient's bite, teeth, and gums via a bite registration and polyvinyl siloxane impressions or an intra-oral digital scanner. The latter method has greatly increased in popularity in recent years as digital scanning technology has improved. The computerized model suggests stages between the current and desired teeth positions, and aligners are created for each stage. Each aligner is worn for 22 hours a day for one to two weeks.These slowly move the teeth into the position agreed between the orthodontist and the patient. Before starting the treatment, tooth-coloured small tags are placed on some teeth, which help in movement of these teeth. These are called as attachments. Patients are recalled in 2-3 months interval to review the progress of the treatment.
TRANSPARENT The CLEAR ALIGNER splint is clear and transparent, almost invisible which enables youto talk and laugh without restrictions or impediment.
COMFORTABLEThe high-quality splint makes your mouth feel good. It is pleasantly smooth, with no poking braces or wires.
REMOVABLE You can take the aligners out at any time and put them in again quickly and easily, e.g., when eating or cleaning.
HYGIENIC You can easily keep the CLEAR ALIGNER clean, e.g., using toothpaste and tooth brush. Since the aligners can be removed during brushing, maintaining oral hygiene during aligners treatment is never difficult.
EFFECTIVE The aligners treatment achieves optimal and accurate results in a short period of time. Treatment duration can be shorter compared to conventional fixed orthodontic treatment.
AFFORDABLE In many cases, the therapy is more cost effective than other types of treatment for correcting the position of teeth.
NO FOOD RESTRICTIONS Since aligners can be removed before eating, there are no food restrictions and you can have any food of your choice during treatment.
LESS PAINFUL The amount of force delivered by aligners is calibrated, so treatment with aligners is painless.
A chipped or cracked tooth is a two-fold sign of a tooth that may need a root canal. For one, perhaps there was trauma on the tooth that created the chip or crack and has now caused inflamed or infected pulp. Secondly, the tooth may be so far decayed or infected that it is cracked or chipped from being dead. Either way, you'll need likely a root canal to try to save the remainder of the tooth.
If your gums are tender to the touch, or even without touch, you may have root canal pain. When at the dentist, be sure to mention your tender gums.
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