This dental disease is often accompanied by severe pain usually worsens at night.What is the cause of the pulpit, and some ways to treat this painful disease are there? main cause pulpitis are germs and toxins that enter the pulp ( "nerve") of the tooth cavity.However, the pulp can be caused by tooth trauma at how often a tooth on impact or in violation of the rules of treatment of teeth for crowns.
The disease manifests itself when the temperature sensitivity of the change, discontinuous or continuous extremely powerful dental pain.When pulpitis they occur most often at night, due to the peculiarities of the human nervous system: the sympathetic in the evening of its component that is responsible for our activities, switches to the parasympathetic, which is more susceptible to pain.
morning need to, without delay, to go to the doctor, to avoid dangerous complications pulpit from which tooth loss - not the worst.Without timely treatment of the inflammatory process can go beyond the tooth and spread t
The fact that about half of the pulpit occurs virtually asymptomatic.Nevertheless, the affected pulp dies, to the inflammatory process joins a secondary infection and inflammation extends beyond the teeth - there is periodontitis, which from time to time can also be asymptomatic.
Main treatments pulpit - conservative (biology), in which the vitality of the tooth is saved, and the surgical, in which inflammation of the pulp is removed and the tooth root canal is filled with filling material.
conservative method used for reversible pulp inflammatory diseases, traumatic pulp accidental opening of the tooth cavity in the treatment of the tooth.Particular attention is paid to the medical treatment of the cavity, which soft antiseptics used.This is followed by the imposition of therapeutic paste to the bottom of the cavity - the paste has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anti-bacterial effect, but also enhances the regeneration of tissues.After the imposition of therapeutic pads cavity closed temporary seal.Installation of permanent fillings produced later, as a result of treatment.