We offer root canal procedures and other endodontic treatments. These treatments may become necessary when internal damage of a tooth is extreme. This damage may include decay, for example.
Fear is a common reaction to the idea of a root canal, but truthfully it is a simple process that is relatively painless. The majority of fear about root canals is culturally constructed.
When the interior pulp of a tooth (containing nerves and blood vessels) becomes damaged or decayed, a root canal must be performed. A dentist will enter the tooth, removes the damaged nerves and tissue and then reseal the area. A root canal will save a tooth from extraction.