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Extraction of the tooth (p. 92) 2. Heat Causes Pain (FIG. 3). If hot foods cause signiﬁcant pain in a speciﬁc tooth, it usually indicates a dead or dying tooth (pulp),and you have two alternatives: A. Root canal therapy (p. 40) B. Extraction of the tooth (p. 92) 3. Red, Pimplelike Projection on the Gums This red, pimplelike projection on the cheek side or tongue side of the tooth near the tooth root end usually indicates that the tooth pulp (nerve) is dead,and that the infection has broken through the bone to the outside.
A crown (cap) usually costs several times as much as bleaching, while tooth extraction and placement of a (prosthesis) bridge are more expensive than a crown (cap). F. Result of Not Bleaching the Tooth: The only consequence is that the tooth remains unattractive in appearance. Endodontics FIG. 10 44 Endodontics FIG. 11 Hemisection of tooth means removal of one or more tooth roots. ) 4. Other Less Frequently Encountered Endodontic Treatment Infrequently, a multiple-rooted tooth has one or two healthy roots and one or more diseased roots.
However, bleaching and microabrasion are less expensive. F. Result of Not Bonding: Forgoing bonding results in continuation of the malpositioned or discolored teeth in the mouth, and potential psychological problems. Physiological problems are usually not present. A B A, The upper front teeth have unsightly spaces. B, A short appointment later, the spaces have been removed by bonding plastic to the tooth enamel. FIG. 20 relatively inexpensive; it lasts for several years. The shape and/or color of teeth can be changed in a relatively short time, inﬂuencing the patient’s smile signiﬁcantly.