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The Root Of The Problem

A quality root canal in Pleasant View can provide pain relief from severe tooth decay

A root canal treatment, otherwise known as endodontics, is a common form of dental treatment that professionals use to save the natural tooth from extraction due to events such as severe tooth decay and dental trauma that have caused damage to the soft tissue at the core of our teeth, known as pulp. The pulp has highly sensitive nerve endings that can cause extreme pain to an individual once exposed to the sugar in our food, or even any form of contact whatsoever. Left untreated, this issue can cause continuous painful migraines and even dangerous infections deep within the gum tissue. Today, a root canal treatment is not that much different than a standard filling, and the procedure is utilized in treating and ultimately saving millions of teeth worldwide every single year. Once a patient has begun this treatment, the dentist will clean out the affected area of decay and remove the sensitive pulp within the tooth. After completing this process, the remaining area will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before the dentist refills the remaining cavity with a protective material that is then capped, or covered with a durable dental crown. In some minor cases this process can be completed with a routine filling instead of a crown. A post-treatment root canal can be expected to function fully and without pain during regular cleaning and eating habits, recovering almost immediately following the procedure. If you would like to speak with someone from our knowledgeable staff about the options associated with a root canal in Pleasant View, give us a call today.
A root canal treatment, otherwise known as endodontics, is a common form of dental treatment that professionals use to save the natural tooth from extraction due to events such as severe tooth decay and dental trauma that have caused damage to the soft tissue at the core of our teeth, known as pulp. The pulp has highly sensitive nerve endings that can cause extreme pain to an individual once exposed to the sugar in our food, or even any form of contact whatsoever. Left untreated, this issue can cause continuous painful migraines and even dangerous infections deep within the gum tissue. Today, a root canal treatment is not that much different than a standard filling, and the procedure is utilized in treating and ultimately saving millions of teeth worldwide every single year. Once a patient has begun this treatment, the dentist will clean out the affected area of decay and remove the sensitive pulp within the tooth. After completing this process, the remaining area will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before the dentist refills the remaining cavity with a protective material that is then capped, or covered with a durable dental crown. In some minor cases this process can be completed with a routine filling instead of a crown. A post-treatment root canal can be expected to function fully and without pain during regular cleaning and eating habits, recovering almost immediately following the procedure. If you would like to speak with someone from our knowledgeable staff about the options associated with a root canal in Pleasant View, give us a call today.

Signs That You May Need A Root Canal

These symptoms could mean that you require endodontics in Pleasant View

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The Benefits of A Quality Root Canal

Endodontics in Pleasant View can relieve the pain and save your natural tooth at Lomond View Dental

Once a root canal treatment has been finalized, you can expect the immediate benefit of pain relief, along with a renewed sense of comfort that resembles a completely healthy, natural tooth. The added benefit of a dental crown will protect the remaining tooth from severe pain that can often occur from biting down on more hardened edible substances, as well as completely eliminating the hyper-sensitivity that comes from drinking hot and cold liquids. The skillful attention to detail provided by our dental team will assure that your results also look completely natural, with a tooth that matches the rest of your smile in both details of color and texture. Removing the exposed pulp of a tooth through the process of a root canal provides the crucial advantage of eliminating any possibility for severe infection, which can greatly damage surrounding teeth and gum tissue, even gaining potential to spread harmful bacteria throughout the rest of your body when left untreated. If you are experiencing severe tooth pain, give us a call at (801) 737-9442 and we will schedule your appointment with our doctor immediately.
Once a root canal treatment has been finalized, you can expect the immediate benefit of pain relief, along with a renewed sense of comfort that resembles a completely healthy, natural tooth. The added benefit of a dental crown will protect the remaining tooth from severe pain that can often occur from biting down on more hardened edible substances, as well as completely eliminating the hyper-sensitivity that comes from drinking hot and cold liquids. The skillful attention to detail provided by our dental team will assure that your results also look completely natural, with a tooth that matches the rest of your smile in both details of color and texture. Removing the exposed pulp of a tooth through the process of a root canal provides the crucial advantage of eliminating any possibility for severe infection, which can greatly damage surrounding teeth and gum tissue, even gaining potential to spread harmful bacteria throughout the rest of your body when left untreated. If you are experiencing severe tooth pain, give us a call at (801) 737-9442 and we will schedule your appointment with our doctor immediately.
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It’s Never Too Late

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root canal in Pleasant View

Our amazing staff at Lomond View Dental understands that tooth pain is not something that you can control or effectively plan, so we are sure to provide an informative and helpful staff. We believe that nobody deserves to suffer from the effects of tooth decay for extensive periods of time without professional assistance, and that’s why we want our patients to know that we will be there for them in their time of need. Don’t hesitate, call us!

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"Are You Suffering From The Symptoms of A Root Canal?"

"Are You Suffering From The Symptoms of A Root Canal?"

Realizing that you may need endodontics in Pleasant View is the first step to relief

"It isn’t uncommon for patients to be experiencing signs of needing a root canal treatment without even realizing the extent of the issue, this can be due to differences in pain tolerance, or even because the nerves have become so damaged that they are no longer effectively sending the urgent signals to our body that get associated with extensive tooth decay. Pay close attention to specific signs of extensive decay, even if you are not experiencing high levels of pain. A foul scent or taste can frequent the mouth of an individual in need of root canal treatment, even after properly cleaning the mouth with brushing, flossing, and use of mouthwash. More extreme symptoms associated with harmful bacteria entering the bloodstream through the mouth can include high fever and frequent headaches. It is essential that you do not delay examination and treatment if you believe that a root canal may be required. Call us today and schedule a consultation with our skilled dentist right away in order to decrease the chance of tooth loss."

"It isn’t uncommon for patients to be experiencing signs of needing a root canal treatment without even realizing the extent of the issue, this can be due to differences in pain tolerance, or even because the nerves have become so damaged that they are no longer effectively sending the urgent signals to our body that get associated with extensive tooth decay. Pay close attention to specific signs of extensive decay, even if you are not experiencing high levels of pain. A foul scent or taste can frequent the mouth of an individual in need of root canal treatment, even after properly cleaning the mouth with brushing, flossing, and use of mouthwash. More extreme symptoms associated with harmful bacteria entering the bloodstream through the mouth can include high fever and frequent headaches. It is essential that you do not delay examination and treatment if you believe that a root canal may be required. Call us today and schedule a consultation with our skilled dentist right away in order to decrease the chance of tooth loss."

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