Root canals treat the pulp of the tooth, which contains the nerves and soft tissues. If bacteria is introduced to the pulp through a crack or chip in the tooth, the pulp can become severely damaged. In that case, you need a root canal specialist to remove the diseased pulp and save you from infection, inflammation, and tooth loss.
Root canal treatment is the only way to end tooth pain without tooth extraction and replacement. At the Center for Dental Anesthesia, we provide relaxing root canals that will get rid of your symptoms and restore your oral health.
Do I need a Root Canal?
Certain symptoms may indicate an infection in the tooth pulp. Check this list carefully to determine if you need a consultation. Some of the symptoms that may indicate infected pulp include:
- Severe tooth pain.
- Bumps on the gums.
- Sensitivity to hot or cold substances.
- Swelling or tenderness of the gums.
If you are experiencing these symptoms, don’t hesitate to call our office and set up a consultation. Tooth pain and gum tenderness may not need a root canal, but these symptoms always need to be evaluated by a dentist.
What Happens After Treatment?
After a root canal, you will need a restoration to keep your tooth healthy and strong. Our team will help you schedule a follow-up appointment, at which time we will place a dental crown or filling over the area.
This process will maintain a natural appearance while strengthening the tooth and retaining its regular functions.
Can a Root Canal Be Comfortable?
You shouldn’t have to endure a stressful and painful procedure to protect your health. With experienced practitioners, innovative technology, and dental sedation, we make root canals comfortable at the Center for Dental Anesthesia.
Patients with unique needs should come talk with Dr. Mady and Dr. Geren about their options. We cater to patients who have difficulty with numbing, dental phobia, physical or mental disabilities or are otherwise unable to participate in important dental treatments.
You can eliminate tooth pain and the risks of a damaged pulp through root canal therapy. Whatever your dental needs are, we are here for you at the Center of Dental Anesthesia. Call our office today to set up your consultation!