Endodontics

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Root Canal Therapy

What if one treatment could alleviate pain, restore functionality and help you regain a healthy smile?

These days root canal therapy is no more painful than having a filling. Not only does this treatment save a tooth, it alleviates the swelling, removes the infection and helps protect your other teeth from the same fate. Keeping your natural teeth is better for your oral health as each tooth affects your whole mouth as well as your neck and back.

Treatment can be carried it out simply and effectively with ARID.

Endodontics

Overview

Our Root Canal Therapy

Endodontic treatment, also known as root canal therapy, aims to save a tooth or group of teeth from extraction due to infection in the tooth roots. In the hands of our trained and experienced clinicians, minimally invasive root canal therapy offers enhanced outcomes that are not possible with traditional root canal treatments. Conducted under a microscope, these treatments are practically pain-free and can minimize the additional cost for restoring the tooth as there is no need to cover the tooth with a crown.

Endodontics

What Is Endodontics?

A diseased or injured tooth cannot repair itself and slowly dies. Endodontics can save a tooth from extraction through a process of steps to save the root (the lifeblood of the tooth), the tooth itself and surrounding teeth. The most common cause of infection is an untreated crack a deep cavity which has made its way down to the root of your tooth. Our endodontic treatment will correct the tooth through minimally invasive techniques, and the end result will not affect the esthetics of your smile.

The Tooth-Saving Process

Firstly, our highly trained specialist will investigate which tooth is causing the issue and consult with you to work out the best treatment option for saving your tooth. Once confirmed, we will numb the infected area and remove the damaged pulp as well as any unwanted debris. After the removal of the infected pulp or abscess, we can clean the site and fill the area with a permanent filler to protect the tooth from further infection, contamination and decay.

Save Your Teeth

Why It’s Important To Save Your Teeth

Your teeth are all connected to your gum’s soft tissues which contain nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissues. As such, if an infection is left to fester in your jaw, a puss pocket, also known as an abscess forms and becomes extremely painful. Besides the terrible pain, an abscess can cause damage to your jawbone and surrounding teeth. Without treatment, the tooth may have to be removed and subsequent treatments to correct the alignment of your teeth will be required.

Overview

Our Root Canal Therapy

Endodontic treatment, also known as root canal therapy, aims to save a tooth or group of teeth from extraction due to infection in the tooth roots. In the hands of our trained and experienced clinicians, minimally invasive root canal therapy offers enhanced outcomes that are not possible with traditional root canal treatments. Conducted under a microscope, these treatments are practically pain-free and can minimize the additional cost for restoring the tooth as there is no need to cover the tooth with a crown.

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Endodontics

What Is Endodontics?

A diseased or injured tooth cannot repair itself and slowly dies. Endodontics can save a tooth from extraction through a process of steps to save the root (the lifeblood of the tooth), the tooth itself and surrounding teeth. The most common cause of infection is an untreated crack a deep cavity which has made its way down to the root of your tooth. Our endodontic treatment will correct the tooth through minimally invasive techniques, and the end result will not affect the esthetics of your smile.

The Tooth-Saving Process

Firstly, our highly trained specialist will investigate which tooth is causing the issue and consult with you to work out the best treatment option for saving your tooth. Once confirmed, we will numb the infected area and remove the damaged pulp as well as any unwanted debris. After the removal of the infected pulp or abscess, we can clean the site and fill the area with a permanent filler to protect the tooth from further infection, contamination and decay.

Want to know about how we can help you?

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Save Your Teeth

Why It’s Important To Save Your Teeth

Your teeth are all connected to your gum’s soft tissues which contain nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissues. As such, if an infection is left to fester in your jaw, a puss pocket, also known as an abscess forms and becomes extremely painful. Besides the terrible pain, an abscess can cause damage to your jawbone and surrounding teeth. Without treatment, the tooth may have to be removed and subsequent treatments to correct the alignment of your teeth will be required.

Want to know about how we can help you?

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Booking a Consultation for Root Canal Therapy

If you’re experiencing pain in your teeth or jawbone, please visit us as soon as possible so we can diagnose the issue and aid in the recovery of your teeth. Contact us today to book your consultation.

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  • 180 Linden Street
    3rd Floor Suite 8C

    Wellesley Massachusetts 02482
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