In your initial consultation with our Jackson Heights root canal dentist
, we will put your mind at ease with our stress free, patient-focused atmosphere. With the help of a dedicated compassionate staff at Best Care Family Dental, you will receive a personalized evaluation, which enables us to know the best path to take regarding your root canal therapy. Our doctors will make sure you’re comfortable with the entire process and let you know exactly what’s happening and what to expect.
Jackson Heights Root Canal Dentist
Our Jackson Heights root canal dentist
will explain that your tooth's pulp and nerve can become inflamed, irritated, and infected, because of deep decay, large fillings, repeated dental procedures, a chip or crack in your tooth, large fillings, or trauma to your face. Some root canal symptoms include severe toothache pain when chewing, constant sensitivity or pain to heat or cold temperatures, tooth discoloration, a persistent pimple on your gums, or swelling in the nearby gums. We incorporate state-of-the-art equipment with the most modern techniques at Best Care Family Dental, to make your root canal therapy as anxiety-free and painless as possible. We know that dental technology changes constantly and keeping current allows us to offer improved treatment to every patient.
Specifically, a root canal is a treatment performed by our Jackson Heights root canal dentist
to repair and save your tooth if it has become badly decayed or infected. This common treatment is necessary in order to save your natural teeth and prevent the need for bridges or dental implants. At Best Care Family Dental, our experts are also well-educated in all phases of anesthesia and sedation, and will discuss all options with you to help choose what will work best. During your root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp is removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed. Without proper treatment, the tissue surrounding your tooth will become infected and abscesses may form. An abscess occurs when the infection spreads past the ends of the roots of your tooth. In addition to an abscess, an infection in the root canal of your tooth can cause swelling that may spread to other areas of your face, neck, or head. We make it our goal to make you are aware of all risk factors and put your mind at ease regarding every aspect of your root canal therapy.
Endodontics Jackson Heights
88-09 Northern Boulevard
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
By Green Garden Dental
August 28, 2014