Endodontic Therapy (Root canals)
Restoring your tooth from the inside, out.
Nerve damage can occur when trauma or bacteria affect the pulp tissue inside of the teeth. Although some damaged teeth may not have any noticeable symptoms, most teeth with endodontic damage do experience some type of traditional symptom.
Symptoms of teeth that may need root canal therapy include:
- Dental abscesses
- Pain during chewing
- Large areas of fractures or decay
- Hot and cold sensitivity
- Gradual discoloration of the affected tooth
By treating the nerve, the area of infection can be eliminated and the tooth can be saved. Untreated teeth that have endodontic damage or infections will ultimately result in tooth loss or possible spread of infection to other areas of the mouth.
What is a root canal?
Endodontic treatment is typically referred to as a “root canal.” It involves removing decay or damaged tooth structure, as well as the infected nerve tissue inside of the tooth. The inner chamber of the tooth is then thoroughly cleansed and a filling material is placed down into the chamber before the tooth is prepared for a crown. In essence, root canals are like a filling that extend further into the tooth and involve the nerve chamber.
Comfort and Convenience.
We take your comfort seriously, and take any necessary steps to ensure that you’re relaxed and feel at ease throughout the entire treatment.Wilton Manors Dental provides comfortable endodontic treatment from start-to-finish, without referring our patients to a 3rd party endodontic facility.
Call our office to schedule an appointment today (954) 210-4376.