Prevent A Toothache With Quality Root Canal Treatment in Arlington TX
HAVING A TOOTHACHE?
Have you been experiencing tooth pain lately but are putting off going to the dentist? You may want to change your approach and call today to schedule a visit and get things checked out. Dental neglect can lead to much larger and much more expensive procedures. Sometimes you may just be experiencing dental sensitivity. Maybe it’s just a minor injury with a quick and easy remedy. And maybe it has the potential to be worse. It’s best to get ahead of the problem rather than be run over by the pain train sped on by avoiding the dentist.
WHAT IS A ROOT CANAL?
Sometimes diet and damage can lead to your tooth nerves and pulp becoming infected. This is fairly normal but the discomfort can make you feel like anything but your normal self. A root canal is the common cure and can help you get on with your normal life.
A root canal involves removing the damaged or infected tooth pulp from the tooth root. When teeth reach maturity, they no longer need this material and it can be removed with no ill effects. When the tooth roots are clear of tooth nerve and pulp, a filler is placed and then the tooth surface is either sealed shut, or a dental crown is placed. In either instance your tooth will be healthy and strong and allow you to live, laugh and eat like normal—although you may wish to alter diet slightly to avoid potential future tooth pain.
A ROOT CANAL CAN MAKE THE PAIN GO AWAY
Because the offending nerve tissue is removed with a root canal treatment there is nothing left to cause pain. What does this mean to you? No more toothache! That’s what. You may also be interested to know that Dr. Stephen Ratcliff and his staff are exceedingly careful to make sure your root canal treatment is comfortable (yes really) and relaxed. That means you can make the intense toothache go away with ease and comfort.
Call 817-200-7318 and schedule a visit today if you experiencing a toothache. We help patients all over the Fort Worth area find relief, including Arlington TX, Mansfield TX, and Grand Prairie.