Root Canal

Root canals are one of the most common dental procedures performed. Sometimes, decay or disease affects the tooth deeply, all the way down to the nerve tissue. When this occurs, root canal treatment is the only way to save the natural tooth.

When the pulp of the tooth (the inner part that contains soft tissues, nerves, and blood vessels) is damaged, the whole tooth is at risk. It causes pain and threatens the smile and the whole body with infection. Without treatment, the tooth will complicate your health and eventually fall out on its own.

There’s a way to avoid the pitfalls of deep dental damage, and that’s root canal therapy. You will be pleasantly surprised to find that root canals are simple and comfortable. By undergoing a root canal, you avoid pain and tooth extraction.

Why Would I Need a Root Canal?

Pulp damage can be caused by many things, such as:

  • Trauma to the tooth
  • Untreated tooth decay
  • Cracks and chips
  • Repeated dental procedures

This type of dental damage results in symptoms like:

  • Severe pain
  • Swelling of the surrounding gums
  • Sensitivity to temperature

If you believe your smile may need attention, don’t wait to contact your dentist.

Sensitivity-Free Root Canal Therapy by your Trusted Today Dental Professional

Our experts do everything they can to ensure a comfortable experience in our office. Although root canal therapy is more involved than many other dental procedures, it doesn’t have to be scary. In fact, your root canal can be as painless as receiving a filling or any other dental treatment.

We provide local anesthetic to numb the affected area. You can see our sedation dentistry page to learn about other possibilities for a more relaxing root canal experience. Our caring dentists use a gentle touch and offer amenities at every turn.

The Today Dental team is well versed in the latest developments in root canals and all dental procedures. We use only the most advanced dental tools and techniques to ensure the fastest and most successful treatment possible for you. To schedule your appointment, give us a quick call today.

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