Acute pulpitis is manifested by severe pulsating pains that can give in the temporal, ophthalmic, ear region. But if earlier the only method of treating the disease was the complete removal of the damaged tooth, now dentistry has moved much further and the tooth can be saved.
Pulpitis is an inflammatory process in the very middle of the tooth, most often caused by streptococcal infection. Under the enamel and dentin is the pulp, soft connective tissue. Its inflammation brings a person a lot of unpleasant pain.
Causes of pulp inflammation:
penetration of bacteria and toxins due to untreated caries;
injuries to the tooth or gingival region;
the use of strong antibiotics. Continue reading