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Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment in Plymouth Meeting

How Root Canal Therapy Can Save Your Teeth

The hard, outer layer of your teeth (enamel) gives your smile its natural shine while the dental nerves inside the tooth keep it healthy. When deep decay infects the pulp, root canal therapy is required to avoid extraction and save the tooth.

Plymouth Greene Dental offers root canal therapy In Plymouth Meeting PA to help you if you suspect that a large cavity is causing your dental pain.

Will I Need a Root Canal?

Dr. Kachur is an experienced professional who will always attempt to treat the tooth with the most conservative option. Identifying the cause of your dental pain and the extent of damage to the tooth is the first step to restoring health and function to your smile. Common symptoms of tooth infection or abscess include:

  • A throbbing toothache
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures
  • Pimple-like swelling on the gums.

More severe symptoms may include swollen lymph nodes or fever. If you experience these symptoms, contact Plymouth Greene Dental immediately to schedule an emergency appointment.

Root Canal Therapy is Treatment to Save your Tooth

Our dental office provides root canal therapy because it is the most effective method of treating an abscess or infected tooth. During this procedure, a small opening is made in the tooth to remove the infected inner pulp and bacteria, and then it is filled with a bio-compatible material called gutta percha.

Is Root Canal Therapy Painful?

Root Canal Therapy is offered to relieve pain, not cause it. Our gentle dentist is skilled and experienced in performing this treatment, taking special care to ensure you’re comfortable. Our dentist also prepares beautiful crowns and restorations to renew your tooth’s strength and beauty. At Plymouth Greene Dental, we offer a choice of materials to fashion your crowns and meet your individual needs. Contact our office today for more information about root canal therapy. 

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