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This video explains that necrotic teeth require root canal treatment because the debris and bacteria they harbor leaks out of the tooth's root and as a result inflames the surrounding tissues (this is an unhealthy state).

  • A chronic status may exist for much of the time (low-grade, persistent inflammation localized around the tooth's root).
  • But, unpredictably, the tooth is always at risk for an acute flare up (abscessed tooth formation).

As it happens, necrotic teeth (which are hard hollow objects that contain tissue irritants and bacteria) are a special case and one the human body is incapable of handling.

As a solution, root canal treatment assists the body in accomplishing what it would otherwise not be able to do on it's own.

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