Root Canal Therapy – Midtown, TX
What Is A Root Canal?
A root canal is usually referred to as the dental method used to relieve pain or remove infected material from the inner passages between the roots and pulp of a tooth. It usually involves eliminating the impaired area, disinfecting, cleaning, and sealing after. Adult teeth have a very significant job sensing cold, heat, and other incentives. Root canal soreness can be very painful and tender because it contains several blood vessels and nerves. In certain cases, a specialist in endodontics is necessary. At our office, our staff can determine what would be the best approach.
Signs Of Infection That Are In Need Of A Root Canal Consist Of:
Pain while eating or when pressure is applied to the area
Teeth that have sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures
Small bumps on or near the gums of the tooth or teeth in pain
Swelling and tenderness of the gums
Blackening of the tooth
Appointments And Scheduling
Depending on the severity of the pain, our office will do our best to accommodate short notice emergencies. Our office has advanced technologies and equipment such as digital imaging, ultrasonic instrumentation, fiber optics, as well as operational microscopes to prescribe you with the correct diagnosis and prescribed treatment. If you are approved for a root canal and get the surgery performed, you may feel some tooth sensitivity and pain afterwards. It’s important to follow routine oral care and hygiene to prevent further tooth pain in the future. It is recommended to use a soft-bristle toothbrush designed for sensitive teeth after the root canal procedure.
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