caries has passed into the next stage of its development – pulpitis – an inflammatory process of the neurovascular bundle (pulp) of the tooth. As a rule, it is accompanied by pain radiating to the ear, back of the head or temple, depending on the location of the tooth.
One of the functions of the pulp is to prevent infections from entering the periodontium, and it also ensures the vital activity of the tooth tissues due to the blood vessels located in it.
Therefore, the development of pulpitis is directly related to caries, microbes penetrate into the pulp namely from the carious cavity.
If you do not treat pulpitis and tolerate a little more, you can get periodontitis, when the pulp completely loses its protective functions. The inflammation process reaches the tissues surrounding the tooth.
The main symptoms of periodontitis are sharp pain near the tooth, which is aggravated by touching it, there is also an increase in the temperature of the lips, cheeks, swelling of the gums, and tooth mobility. Sometimes, a canal is formed on the gums for an outflow from the site of inflammation – a fistula.
We use the latest generation of anesthetics and a computer anesthesia system, which allows us to make the process of injecting anesthetic comfortable and anesthetize only the necessary area.
The face and tongue remain sensitive in contrast to the conventional injection method.