Dental care 


is the most practiced dental care also called "devitalization". Endodontic is one of the most practiced dental practices in a dental practice. It is mandatory when an infection has evolved in the canals following an untreated decay. The nerve should be cleaned and disinfected to avoid recurrence under prosthesis.

The dental treatment involves several steps: the dental surgeon surgeon removes the tissues that are still alive by means of manual or rotary files and then injects Chlorhexidine. Next, it seals the channels with heated rubber tongues.

An endodontic procedure is performed under local anesthesia, which may vary depending on whether the dental treatment involves an incisor, a premolar or a molar.

Dental extraction:

A dental extraction is an ultimate dental treatment that is never carried out by the dental surgeon. It is sometimes necessary when other solutions have failed.

An extraction may be:
  • Simple when the coronary part of the tooth is accessible.
  • Surgical when the tooth is hardly accessible. The surgeon must mill the bony tissue and sometimes cut the tooth and suture.

The sequences of an extraction are generally quite simple. The surgeon sometimes places a hemostatic square in the cavity to stop the bleeding and prescribes an anti pain to the patient to anticipate the awakening of the local anesthesia.

Descaling :

Descaling is the basic dental treatment very commonly practiced in dental offices. Tartar is mineralized dental plaque; it is deposited on the surface of the teeth under the gum, which is likely to cause gingivitis.

Scaling is the process by which dental plaque (composed of pieces of food and bacteria) that has mineralized. The dentist, using a small pointed instrument, removes the visible tartar but also the more harmful one that hides under the gum.

The latter is often the cause of inflammation of the gums (or gingivitis) which leads to a tearing of the teeth (retraction of the gum at the collar of the tooth).

Treatment of caries: :

Treatment of caries is the most common care practiced by the dentist. The latter are acid attacks of tooth enamel caused by bacteria from food debris. The process is simple. The tooth is demineralized, hollowed out and nerve damage must be prevented. The care consists in extracting the demineralised part of the tooth and replacing it with a composite.

The composite : a kind of resin of the same color of the tooth, more aesthetic.

The choice between the two will depend on the location of the decay and its extent.

Caries treatment: Dentist treatments.

Dental caries, once the cavity is formed, never heals spontaneously. Consulting a dentist is therefore unavoidable. During the consultation, the patient chooses the appropriate treatment according to the stage of development of the disease. The older the decay, the more your tooth is attacked, the greater the intervention of the dentist. It is better to worry about it as soon as possible in order to preserve its dental capital.


If decay only affects email and dentin, the dentist removes the damaged tissue and clogs the voids with "filling material".



If decay attacks the dental pulp, the dentist must then remove the nerve from the tooth and disinfect the dental canal before sealing it. The tooth is devitalized.



As a last resort, the dentist will have to remove the entire tooth and replace it with a dental prosthesis.

Practical advice

Even if you have a dentist treat a dentist, it can be reinfected a few years later. It happens that the bacteria accumulate under a care; the caries then continues to spread which causes pain. If you have trouble with an already treated tooth, then you should consult immediately.

If the tooth is devitalized, you will not feel the pain. Yet the infection may be serious. Your dentist will detect the infection during your annual check-up.