Relax, a root canal isn’t as bad as you might have heard.
A root canal helps repair teeth that are so decayed they have become infected. Each tooth’s nerve and pulp reside in the root canal. When infected, the nerve and pulp need to be removed. After this, the tooth is cleaned and sealed.
Some of the symptoms of a tooth that might require a root canal are: toothache when pressure is applied to your teeth either when chewing or clenching; in ability to tolerate cold or hot temperature: the darkening of a tooth or swelling of the gums.
If you’re exhibiting any of these symptoms, please, don’t delay contacting us. Putting off will lead only to prolonged discomfort and often is more costly later on in both discomfort and dollars.