Try Laser Root Canal Ther­apy

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - Live - - CITY -

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

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