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Root Canal Treatment

Considered a type of treatment that is used to repair or save a tooth, root canal therapy is most often employed as a way to deal with infected or badly decayed teeth. Root canal treatment is performed when the pulp of the tooth becomes infected or damaged or diseased. During the procedure, the pulp is removed and the inside of the tooth is then cleaned and ultimately permanently sealed. Keep in mind that root canal treatment is not any more painful than having a filling placed. The dental pulp is really at the core of root canal treatment. It is a chamber within the tooth that is rich in nerves and blood vessels as well as connective tissue.

Ultimately this soft center of the tooth can become diseased necessitating the need for a root canal. Root canal is unique in that once the disease portion of the pulp has been removed and then filled, the tooth can last for many years and perform in a healthy and reliable way. In essence, root canal therapy is an excellent way to save a tooth that would otherwise have been lost to disease, trauma or injury. With so much to offer it is clear to see why root canal therapy has become so popular in recent days. Talk with your Elk Grove dentist, Dr. My Huynh at Laguna Park Dentistry today to learn more about root canal therapy.

[1] Why A Root Canal Procedure Can Help
[2] How Long Does a Root Canal Procedure Take?

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