Tooth granuloma is an inflammatory formation at the apex of the tooth root that is formed during the development of chronic granulomatous periodontitis. It is tightly attached to the apex of the root, and in fact is the initial stage of development of cystogranuloma and radicular cysts, from which it differs only in size.
In this article we present the cost of treatment for pulpitis of one tooth for 2019. The price analysis was carried out on the basis of the price list of dental clinics of economy class and clinics of the average price category. For the treatment of pulpitis, the price will primarily depend on the number of root canals in the tooth - 1-channel pulpit - 2500 rubles, 2-channel pulpit - 3800 rubles, three-channel pulpit - the price will be 5000 rubles (price range will be +/- 500-1000 rubles).
A tooth cyst is the formation at the apex of the tooth root, which is formed due to the presence of infection in the root canals. The cyst is firmly attached to the apex of the root of the tooth, and is a cavity in the bone tissue of a rounded shape, which is lined inside with a fibrous membrane, and inside it is filled with pus (Fig.
Pulpitis is nerve inflammation in the tooth. The term "pulpitis" originated from the combination of the word "pulp" and the ending "it", which refers to the presence of inflammation. Pulp is a neurovascular bundle that penetrates the tooth through the holes in the tops of the roots. Pulp is usually divided into the root and crown part.
The term "pulpitis" is called the inflammation of a nerve in a tooth. The name of the disease consists of the word "pulp" (the so-called neurovascular bundle inside the tooth) and the ending * it, which is used in medicine to indicate inflammation. The main causes of pulpitis are: firstly, it is not caries cured in time (as a result, infection from the carious cavity penetrates the tooth pulp), and secondly, when the doctor did not completely remove the caries affected by caries, leaving them under the filling .
Methods of treatment of pulpitis, which will be discussed in this article - suggest the preservation of tooth pulp alive. But this is possible only if the following 2 conditions are met. First, the patient should seek the help of a dentist at the very early stage of the development of pulpitis, i.e. at the first appearance of pain.
The classification of pulpitis adopted in Russia was developed at the Semashko Institute in 1989. The author of this classification is Platonov. In accordance with this classification, one should distinguish between acute pulpitis, chronic pulpitis, exacerbation of chronic pulpitis, (in turn, each of these forms of pulpitis also has subtypes).
According to the classification of Lukomski, the apical periodontitis can be divided into 2 main forms, differing from each other in the severity of symptoms: acute periodontitis and chronic periodontitis. Severe pain and edema are characteristic of the acute form of the disease, and in the case of chronic, symptoms are sluggish or may be absent altogether.
In an article on the symptoms of periodontitis, we have already said that this disease is characterized by the formation of a focal point of inflammation (periodontal abscess, see fig. 1-3) at the apex of the diseased tooth. There are several different forms of periodontitis, which differ from each other in symptomatology and type of inflammation at the apex of the tooth root.
According to official statistics, in 60-70% of cases, root canal filling in the treatment of pulpitis and periodontitis is performed poorly, which leads to the development of inflammatory complications and the subsequent extraction of teeth. The main mistakes of dentists during canal filling - Incorrect measurement of the length of the root canals - the root canals in the tooth must be filled strictly up to the top of the tooth root.