Root Canal Treatment

A root canal is a procedure to remove diseased pulp from your child’s tooth. The pulp is tissue that contains nerves and blood vessels that fill the tooth roots. Each root secures your child’s tooth to his or her gum and jawbone. Your child may need a root canal if the tooth is damaged or infected. An abscess (pocket of pus), cavities, or an accident or injury can also lead to a root canal. A root canal can be done on baby teeth and permanent teeth. Baby teeth are meant to fall out on their own. A root canal can help save the tooth and give it time to fall out when it is ready..

Signs that Your Child Needs a Root Canal

  • • Take note of your kid’s complaint about tooth pain which is usually the earliest indication of an infection.
  • • The pain usually increases during the night, which needs immediate attention.
  • • Root canal aches can either be dull or intense, and your child may develop sensitivity to cold or hot foods.
  • • You may also notice some swelling or inflammation of the gums.
  • • You may see some pus formation in your kid’s mouth.
  • • A child may have a fever.
  • • His or her lymph nodes may swell

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