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The term “root canal” is used to identify the natural cavity inside the tooth where the soft area called pulp or pup chamber is found. The nerves of the tooth whose function is sensory can also be found inside the root canal. If the pulp gets injured (repeated dental procedures, fillings, cracked or broken tooth) or infected (due to tooth decay), the pulp tissues and nerves die which could lead to severe infection when bacteria starts to multiply and therefore has to be removed. If gone untreated in Clark NJ, the surrounding tissues might also get infected which will result in the following: tooth abscess, bone loss around the tip of the root, swelling might spread to the face, neck, or head, and occurrence of hole at the side of the teeth which might cause drainage problem into the gums, cheek, or skin.
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