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When tooth decay or cavities remains untreated, it can spread to the tooth roots and gum tissue and threaten the integrity of the tooth.
Endodontic procedures include all treatments involving the inner tissues of the teeth, otherwise known as the pulp or nerve.
The most common endodontic procedure is the root canal. When a dentist diagnoses and treats problems associated with tooth roots, and finds severe damage due to decay or infection, endodontics can save your tooth.
When tissue or the core of the tooth becomes inflamed or infected, it can cause deep cavities, fractures, cracks, repeated dental treatments or injuries. A root canal can save the tooth, clear infection, and alleviate pain.
Those Who Benefit from Endodontic Treatment...
- Are experiencing recuring, throbbing or intermittent tooth pain
- Have injured a tooth or are struggling with a toothache
- Experience heightened sensitivity to hot and cold foods
- Have swelling in the gums, cheeks, face or jaw
Routine dental exams at Restore Dentures and Implants can highlight hidden infection and decay before they cause painful symptoms.
It is common for people to feel nervous about dental visits. Many patients experience anxiety and feelings of fear, both before and during their dental procedure.
That’s why Restore Dentures and Implants offers sedation dentistry, which can be incorporated into your customized treatment plan.
Whether during a cleaning, exam or other denture, implant, or dental treatments, our dentists can offer a stress-free experience. To ensure your visit is as relaxed as possible, patients undergoing sedation dentistry can expect ease and peace of mind before their dental experience.
Sedation Dentistry May be of Benefit if you experience
- Tooth sensitivity
- A low pain threshold
- Nervousness or inability to sit still
- Gag reflex
- Heavy amount of dental work
The amount of sedation used varies from person to person, depending on many factors including the level of nervousness or pain threshold.
Talk to our dentists about sedation dentistry, and which options are best for you.