Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Come...Learn endodontics and oral surgery at AHEAD Academy

A case of Root Canal Treatment (RCT) was started by a student of our new batch, Dr. Tanu. The pulp was removed by the student. A root canal is a treatment to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth. The procedure involves removing the damaged area of the tooth (the pulp), cleaning and disinfecting it and then filling and sealing it. The common causes affecting the pulp are a cracked tooth, a deep cavity, repeated dental treatment to the tooth or trauma. The term "root canal" comes from cleaning of the canals inside the tooth’s root



An impacted tooth removed by a student, Dr. Sneha Pal of clinical course in oral surgery. An impacted tooth simply means that it is stuck and cannot erupt into function. Patients frequently develop problems with impacted third molar (wisdom) teeth. Impacted wisdom teeth are fairly common. Although some people never have any trouble with them, impacted wisdom teeth can cause problems. An impacted wisdom tooth can sometimes trap food, plaque, and other debris in the soft tissue around it, leading to swelling, gum tenderness, cavities, and bad breath. There may be no symptoms of a fully impacted tooth. Symptoms of a partially impacted tooth may include: Bad breath Difficulty opening the mouth (occasionally) Pain or tenderness of the gums or jaw bone Prolonged headache or jaw ache Redness and swelling of the gums around the impacted tooth Swollen lymph nodes of the neck (occasionally) Unpleasant taste when biting down on or near the area Visible gap where a tooth did not emerge.
There are two main types of tooth extraction, “simple,” and surgical. With a simple extraction, the tooth is removed using the same basic tools as with a surgical extraction, but without the need for any type of incision to the gingiva, nor segmenting of the tooth to aid in its removal. In contrast, a surgical extraction would require at least one of these two methods of enhanced extraction. This dental procedure code covers surgical extraction, and can also be referred to as an “open” extraction.


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