FEAR ROOT CANALS?
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Atooth is comprised of three basic structures and two parts. The structures consist of enamel - the hard surface structure of the tooth, dentine - a yellowish tissue that is harder than bone but softer than enamel, and the pulp. The pulp is the softest part of the tooth and contains all the blood vessels and nerves essential to keep teeth healthy. The two parts of the tooth are the crown, which is that part of the tooth above the gum line, and the root, which is the part below it. A deep cavity or fracture in a tooth can allow bacteria to seep through the enamel and dentin into the pulp. These bacteria can then cause an infection of the pulp and the nerves inside the tooth. New laser technology promises to change the way you experience traditional root canal therapy. Laser root canal therapy uses a parallel beam of intense light to clean out root canals. Laser therapy "melts" away debris consisting of bacteria and infection, known as the "smear layer" of the root, and cleans the root more thoroughly than traditional