Root Canal Treatment
Are you experiencing tooth pain? Or are you noticing the early symptoms of what you think may be a root canal infection?
It's time to have a dental exam to get to the root of the problem and, if it is an infected root canal, get it treated promptly.
Dr. Steven Krendl at Colorado Dental Arts in Littleton, CO, can offer relief from root canal pain and save your tooth.
Are You in Pain?
Please call to request an appointment. Root canal infections are extremely painful and we will schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
Root Canal Therapy: Saving Your Natural Tooth
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Early Signs of Root Canal Infection
While nearly everyone has heard about the throbbing pain that often accompanies an infection of the root canal, there are early symptoms you should be aware of to avoid the pain that comes when the infection reaches the blood vessels and nerves in the pulp. Common early signs include:
What Causes a Root Canal Infection?
The Pain Disappeared...
Do I Still Need Treatment?
Root canals do not heal on their own. If you had an infection and the pain has stopped it likely means the nerve in the pulp has died. However, the infection still remains and can spread to other teeth, your blood, or your brain. Timely treatment not only keeps the bacteria from spreading but can also save your tooth from having to be extracted. Once a tooth is lost, dentists typically recommend a dental bridge or dental implant to restore your smile and a healthy bite.
How Do You Treat a Root Canal?
A Typical Procedure
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