Nerve Treatment (Root canals)

When a deep cavity extends to the tooth nerve, or if a nerve is exposed after an injury, a partial (pulpotomy) or complete (pulpectomy) removal of a nerve may be required. This is called root canal treatment.

Removing the nerve is the last effort we make to save a tooth from removal. If a damaged nerve is left untreated, it will develop an infection. Nerve infection may be serious as it can spread in the head and be life-threatening requiring hospitalisation.

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