Root Canal Therapy Procedures
A root canal is a necessary procedure when a tooth has damage that extends to the root. Many people are afraid of getting a root canal because they fear how painful it will be; however, these procedures are done fairly often and should not be painful at all. In fact, when done correctly, the process should not take too long and should leave you without pain.
If you believe that you have a diseased or severely damaged tooth, it’s important to visit with a dentist you can trust as soon as possible. You may need root-canal therapy. Even if you have questions or hesitations about this procedure, it’s still a good idea to learn more about it, so contact an Austin dentist of BridgeView Dental today by calling 512-347-8299.
How It Works
Sometimes just knowing more about a procedure can make a person less anxious, as is the case for a number of root-canal patients. Thus, it can be helpful for many to know that a root canal is completed in the following way:
- Drilling a hole into a tooth’s inner chamber
- Removal of any infected tooth tissue / material
- Cleaning inner chamber / disinfection process
- Completely filling the emptied inner chamber
- Placing a dental crown on top of drilled hole to seal it
This procedure is fairly standard, though some people might have more than one root-canal therapy procedure done at the same time. In order to feel more comfortable or learn more about the process, you can speak with your local dentist.
To have all of your questions and concerns addressed by a dental expert, especially those regarding a root-canal therapy procedure, contact the Austin dentists of BridgeView Dental today by calling us at 512-347-8299.