Root Canal

What Is A Root Canal?

A Root canal is the procedure where bacteria that has formed in the root canal of a tooth is eliminated, preventing reinfection of the tooth with the goal of saving the natural tooth and avoiding extraction. The inflamed or infected pulp inside  the root canal is removed and the inside of the tooth is carefully disinfected, cleaned, filled and sealed, this infected NERVE or PULP can cause excruciating  pain which can wake someone during the night until the PULP or Nerve is eliminated, if left untreated  large abscesses can form and  inflame the face, jaw, eye, sinuses and even spread to internal organs  even towards the head.

What causes  bacteria to colonize or infect the tooth nerve or pulp tissue:

  • Tooth decay
  • Tooth fracture or trauma
  • Crowns or Bridged not correctly SEALED (leaking crowns).
  • Decay not completely removed after a filling or restoration.
  • Iatrogenic nerve trauma, caused by your Dentist drilling through the nerve wile drilling.

  • Permanent solution
  • Effective treatment
  • Beautiful, straight teeth
  • Completly invisible
  • Easy to remove any time
  • Satisfying results
  • Easy cleaning & brushing
  • No diet restrictions
  • Comfortable plastic tray

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