Root Canal for baby Teeth | Types of Baby Root Canal

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Root Canal is the best, effective way to stop any kind of tooth pain. A root canal also helps a tooth from decaying or injury. But if a root canal is not recommended by your doctor then you should not go for it. This is because in a few years the tooth will eventually fall out and a new one will come. This is true as baby teeth are shed between the age of 6 to 12 years. Yet if the pain is too much or the infection is spread then you can opt for a root canal.

Teeth are an important part as missing one can cause a lot of problems with speaking and even eating. This is why saving teeth is much more important. If your child is facing too much pain then you should opt for the root canal for the safety of your child. A root canal is essential if there is any kind of infection in the teeth. Because infection can spread and can damage other teeth also. So, if there is any kind of infection in your child’s teeth then opt for a root canal.

Baby root canal different from an adult’s

The baby root canal is very different as compared to the adult version of the root canal. A baby root canal is usually done in one appointment while for an adult it usually takes 2-3 appointments. In a baby root canal sealing of the tooth is done because the tooth will eventually fall at one stage when you grow up a little. But when it comes to an adult it is a long process in which filling is done by shaving some part of the gums also.

Baby root canal for baby is done by using a rubber dam this is done to ensure the safety of the kid and for the best result.  The dentist also does their best to not put any stress on the gums.

Root Canal for baby Teeth

Different Types of Baby Root Canal

A root canal is a procedure for removing the pulp from inside the tooth. The tooth itself I hard but the blood vessels inside it soft. The problem occurs in the blood vessels when you feel too much tooth sensitivity.

In simple cases, the pulp is just removed from the tooth by making a small hole in the teeth and then extract all the pulp out of the tooth. But sometimes serve cases, the tooth is removed from the mouth, and space is filled with gap maintainer. But there are also many cases in which the gap maintainer also doesn’t work well so the gap maintainer removed and the following method is preferred.

  • Indirect Pulp Treatment

In some cases, an indirect pulp treatment method is used. This method is used if the pulp is minimal and it is possible to remove all of the decay. In indirect Pulp treatment, an antibiotic is applied then the tooth is sealed shut. This is done because the tooth will fall out eventually at one point.

  • Pulpotomy

A pulpotomy is done when the decay or the infection is only limited to the upper part of the tooth. In this method, the upper part of the teeth is removed and then it is stabilized, the tooth is then disinfected to make sure that no bacteria are left behind. After that, the tooth is sealed again. A pulpotomy is used in many cases and is very efficient. This is because we have to stop the decay for a short period. After that, the tooth will fall out on its own.

  • Pulpectomy

A pulpectomy is done when the entire pulp tissue is infected. In this method, all of the pulp tissue is removed and is disinfected. After that, we shape the canals and then sealed them. Afterward, the crown (obvious portion) of the tooth will be reestablished. This looks like conventional root waterway treatment, with an urgent contrast: The sealant we use in youngsters is fit for being disintegrated by the body. That way, when it’s the ideal opportunity for a lasting tooth to eject, the infant tooth’s foundations can be normally consumed and tooth improvement can continue typing.

Preparing for Your Child’s Root Canal Treatment

One of the most important parts of the root canal is to prepare your child for the root canal. A root canal can indeed remove the pain of the tooth away. But the thing is that the treatment itself is also painful. The dentist tries their best and gives some anesthesia to the child so that they will feel almost no pain. But the fear of the pain is there, which is hard for your child. Try to talk with your child and do your best to relax them down. Because the treatment will go nicely when they are calm and are not afraid.

Adults root canals are long and you need at least 2-3 appointments for it. But the baby root canal is only a one-time appointment. This is why the treatment must go well on the first run. After the treatment, the dentist will also give you some tips which you have to follow so that the result is best.

Conclusion

A root canal is not that much common when it comes to baby this is because the tooth of the baby is eventually going to fall out. But if the pain is too much and the infection is spreading then a root canal is performed. But the root canal of a baby differs from the adult root canal, which is stated above in the article.

 

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CARDS DENTAL

Author Since:  September 18, 2018

DENTIST

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