Kennesaw Root Canal Location
Do you have a toothache?
If so, it’s likely that your teeth are infected. The infection can lead to pain and swelling in the gums, jaw, or cheek. It can also cause bad breath and make eating difficult. But there is hope! We offer root canal treatment for patients who need it. Our Kennesaw root canal specialists will help relieve your discomfort by removing the infected tissue from inside your tooth with a special tool called an endodontic file. Once we remove all of the bacteria from within your tooth, we seal off the nerve endings to keep them safe from further damage while they heal back up again on their own!
What is a Root Canal?
A Root Canal is a treatment of root canals is also known as Endodontics. If the nerve or blood supply to a tooth becomes infected or injured, root canal treatment may be required to remove the pulp to prevent further infection and save the tooth.
How does it work and what happens during the procedure
A Root Canal procedure works like this: The dentist first numbs the tooth by injecting an anesthetic into the pulp chamber and around the outside of the tooth. Once numb, your dentist will remove the damaged pulp forming a hollow space within your root.
Then they clean this area to remove any remaining bacteria or dead tissue before inserting a rubber-like material called gutta-percha. This gutta-percha helps prevent any more reinfection of the tooth or surrounding teeth
Benefits of root canal treatment
There are many benefits to getting a root canal treatment at Cobb Root Canals. To begin with, it saves your tooth. What makes the procedure such a great solution is that it removes the infected part of the tooth and replaces it with something called gutta-percha which helps prevent reinfection.
Another advantage to getting a root canal treatment is that you don't actually lose any teeth like you do when someone gets a procedure like an extraction which can cost a lot more money.
Why should I get a root canal treatment done now?
Tooth pain can signify the need for emergency root canal treatment but is also one of many warning signs that may indicate more serious problems. If your teeth are hurting and you experience any sensitivity when eating or drinking hot liquids then it is best to get your teeth checked out to see if a root canal procedure is a proper step forward.
Once it is determined that his procedure is what needs to be done for your oral health. It is important to receive the root canal soon as possible further damage occurs in order to prevent infection from spreading even further. Root Canals start out small enough so they don’t require invasive surgery. It's always better safe than sorry when protecting our oral health!
Who is qualified to perform a Root Canal?
Our Doctors are experts when it comes to root canals. Our state-of-the-art facilities at Cobb Root Canals are home to an experienced team of professionals who have over two decades worth of dental expertise. We specialize in Endodontics (Root Canals) and related procedures both surgical or non-surgical, to ensure your satisfaction is our number one priority every day!
You don’t have to live with this pain any longer!
Call Dr. Saraf Endodontics Specialist for a consultation about a root canal or related procedures. If you are in pain or discomfort, we offer same-day appointments in emergency situations. Our Kennesaw GA root canal specialists will help relieve your discomfort. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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