A root canal procedure is typically the best way to relieve toothache pain, save a damaged tooth, and preserve your natural smile.
When a tooth needs a root canal, it is because the dental pulp has become irreversibly damaged or has died. A fully developed tooth does not require the dental pulp to remain functional and can be preserved.
With the modern dental instruments and advanced techniques available today, having a non-surgical root canal procedure is often as comfortable as getting a routine dental filling.
While some root canals can be completed in one visit, others may involve 2 or 3 appointments. How long it takes depends on factors such as the number of canals in a tooth, its anatomy, and whether an active infection is present.
We treat many types of dental emergencies and urgent oral health problems, including:
- Chipped or fractured teeth
- Loose or broken fillings
- Dislodged or lost dental crowns
- Broken, ill-fitting, or lost dentures
- Problematic wisdom teeth
- Acute Periodontal Problems
- Loose or broken down teeth
- Swollen, bleeding gums
- Bacterial, viral, or fungal Infections affecting the tongue, cheeks, gums, lips, or other soft tissues of the mouth
- Oral pain or swelling of unknown origin
- Suspicious bumps, spots, and lesions