The root canal is the anatomical cavity in the root of the tooth. The pulp canals, which are part of the naturally occurring area inside the tooth, are composed of anatomical branches that can connect the root canals and canals.
The space inside the root canals is filled with a fairly vascularized, loose connective tissue called the dental artery. Pulp is the tissue that forms inside the dentine part of the tooth. The pulp also nourishes and moisturizes the tooth structure, making the tooth more durable and less fragile. In addition, the tooth pulp provides hot and cold sensing function.