These people are here considered to be dentists who diagnose, prevent, or treat pulp-related diseases. They are also known as root canal specialists, where they must first complete a dentistry degree and then a five-year training course.
Only a professional root canal dentist or specialist can perform root canal treatment, as this treatment is a multi-appointment process and cannot be completed in one place. Before starting the process, the tooth must be free of saliva and therefore a dry rubber dam is placed on the tooth to hold it in place.
Once the doctor feels that the tingling sensation is complete, he or she removes bacteria, nerve tissue, and pulp from the tooth by making an access from the tip of the tooth. The root canal file is then placed here to make the removal process slow and gradual.
This type of tooth decay can only be removed with special dental instruments. The teeth are cleaned first so that there are no more problems in the future and then a permanent filling is placed here. Because of this, doctors say this treatment cannot be completed in one place and additional appointments may be required here.
Once this process is complete, the next appointment should be made within a week as it will take a few days to heal on its own. Meanwhile, it is necessary to make some special dental materials so that the roots and cavities of the teeth can be filled and closed completely.