Root canals are the most common dental procedures with an average of 14 million every year. A simple root canal will help save your natural teeth and prevent dental implants and bridges.
Root canals are needed when there is an infection present in the pulp or root of your tooth. Symptoms showing root canal may include swelling, severe sensitivity to temperature, or pain in the area. If you experience a high level of pain or discomfort in the area, we will check to see if the root of the tooth is damaged. If the pulp is injured, we will begin the nonsurgical treatment to eliminate the pulp and prevent further damage to the area.