BOROWA teeth performed during root canal treatment
Root canal treatment is often performed in adults. This is because in adults more frequently develop deep caries than in children. In the first stage of root canal treatment it must be made dental check with possible X-ray images, so that will be even better assess the state of the broken tooth. It is then applied to dental treatment to serve its purification and the gradual penetration of the root canal and from there to the entire channel. After opening you will be able to apply a therapeutic agent that will poison nerve root and will have an impact on the tooth for a week. After this time, the dentist will conduct additional boronizing and assume a permanent filling.
Safe Removal of teeth in children
Dentists try to the end to save the teeth of their youngest patients before they pulled out, they often perform in children they are not only the usual treatment, but also the channel. But it happens that one of the teeth, which was attacked by a deep decay can not be saved, and then you have to remove it so that did not cause the child pain and did not cause transmission of caries on other teeth or some inflammation resulting in his within . Sam surgery to remove teeth in children is performed under anesthesia so that the child can safely go through the entire procedure pulling the tooth. Only such a tooth extraction will be able to be safe, in addition to sometimes performed is a still picture of the tooth to be removed.
Medical certificates printed by a dentist
Sometimes, the dentist must write his patient some kind of prescription. Usually dental patients take painkillers and pills to an inflammation occurring in the oral cavity. They also need special dressings appearing swelling or preparations which may affect the reduction of the swelling. It also happens that the dentist must write his patient sick if stipulates that after completing a dental surgery will not be able to return to work calmly and efficiently, and its exercise. Your dentist may also advise your patients, what preparations and pills available without a prescription should use to ease the pain that appears after a dental surgery.