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Root canal Treatment

Root canal Treatment

Root Canal Therapy in Dallas, TX

Each year many teeth are treated and saved with root canal therapy in Dallas. At DNA Dental, we perform root canal therapy, also known as endodontic therapy, which is the treatment process for removing the pulp of a tooth because of the threat of infection in or around the tooth. If you understand the anatomy of a tooth, a fully-developed tooth can still survive without this pulp because it is nourished with healthy tissues around it.

When a Root Canal is Needed

Root canal is the treatment of the disease or injury to the pulp. The pulp is the soft tissue inside the tooth that contains blood vessels and nerves, and when the pulp becomes inflamed or infected, treatment is highly necessary. The most common cause of pulp inflammation or infection is a cracked or chipped tooth, a deep cavity or filling, or some other serious injury to the tooth. All of these can allow bacteria to enter the pulp, and if the damaged or infected pulp is not removed, the tissues around the root of the tooth will likely become infected. A typical reaction to this is pain and swelling. Even if there isn’t any pain, bacteria can still damage the bone that holds the tooth in the jaw. Without the necessary treatment, the tooth may need to be removed

What does Endodontic Therapy Involve?

Endodontic therapy involves one or more dental visits at our Dallas dental office. An opening is made through the crown of the tooth into the pulp chamber, and the tooth’s pulp is removed from the pulp chamber and root canal (the space inside the root). Nerve tissue, blood vessels and other things are also removed with it. This makes the tooth considered dead as the nerve is gone from the tooth and no pain should be felt after the healing process completes for this dental treatment.

After this removal, each root canal is cleaned and shaped, so it can be filled. Medicine may need to be placed for a period of time to help get rid of bacteria. Next, the canals are filled with a seal. Most root canal teeth then have to be covered by a crown for protection.

How Does a Root Canal Save a Tooth?

Root canal treatment therapy in Dallas saves a tooth by restoring it with a crown or simply filling it for added protection. It will function as a normal tooth as long as it is properly cleaned and disinfected with an at-home care routine. It also helps to maintain a smile and limits the need for additional dental work.

Call For More Information on Root Canal Therapy

When you’re considering root canal therapy in Dallas, Texas, our professional team at DNA Dental can help. To schedule an appointment to discuss your oral health situation with our professional Texas dentist, call our office at 214-295-9270.

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