Eugenol is used as a dental filling or dental cement in dentistry. It is regularly used in dentistry if your decay is pretty deep or not far from the nerve or pulp chamber. Because of the tissue in the tooth, for example. The Pulp reacts severely to the penetrating stimulus (heat and vibration), it normally becomes relentlessly inflamed and causes a disease termed acute or chronic pulpitis. This condition typically brings about severe chronic tooth sensitivity or an actual toothache which allows it to then chiefly be treated with eliminating the nerve (pulp) called root canal therapy.
Eugenol, an important part of the clove, is certainly an essential part of the dentist's kit because of analgesic, local anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial effects. It is used in the form of a paste or combination as dental cement, filler, and curative material. Clove oil is an old treatment for tooth conditions that is still be used as an anesthetic by dentists all around the world, where it's gone through many studies that confirm its effectiveness.