Root Canal Therapy

Root Canal Therapy Resolves Problems Within The Tooth Structure

Root canal therapy takes on problems that affect the inner structure of your tooth. Learning you need work this involved can be intimidating, but you should know that it can prevent serious complications with your oral health. Undergoing this service can put a stop to active pain and other tooth troubles, prevent the need for extraction, and stop the spread of an infection beyond your tooth!

What Makes Root Canal Therapy Necessary?

Root canal therapy makes treatment possible when a cavity has already caused an infection to form within the pulp, your tooth’s central chamber. It is also used to address physical tooth injuries that create internal problems. Bacteria that gather here can cause serious issues, as they can attack living tissues and can move through your roots into your bloodstream.

A tooth infection can be a painful problem, and it can cause issues with swelling and discoloration. If these or any other worrying symptoms are present, we will perform an evaluation to confirm that a root canal is needed. After completing this service, we can provide a custom restoration to protect your tooth.

Restoring Your Tooth After Treatment

Restoring your tooth properly after root canal treatment will prevent future difficulties. To complete the service, Dr. Minth will seal the pulp and protect you against future infection. To keep the overall structure safe, we will provide a custom crown that covers your tooth above the gumline and provides a defense against harm as well as important bite support.

Talk To The Right Dentist About Undergoing Root Canal Therapy

Through root canal therapy we can effectively put an end to troubles with your infected tooth. Remember that delaying this care means putting yourself through more discomfort and raising your risk that your tooth’s health will deteriorate so much that it cannot be saved. To learn how we can prevent this and restore your oral health, call The Right Dentist in Rockwall, TX at (972) 771-2669!

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