Sheepshead Bay Root Canal

Sheepshead Bay Root Canal

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If you have persistent tooth pain, tooth pain while eating, sensitivity to hot and cold that lingers, or have tenderness or swelling in the gums near the tooth pain, you may need to get a Sheepshead Bay root canal. You should be evaluated by a dentist like our expert at Ocean Dental Associates as soon as possible to find out.

A Sheepshead Bay root canal is also commonly called Root canal therapy. It’s a treatment that is performed to correct a dental pulp disorder. The pulp is the lifeline of the tooth. It consists of all of the vital parts that keep it alive: the blood vessels, connective tissue, and nerves. The pulp is located in the center on the tooth, inside the root canal. If the pulp is diseased or damaged and a root canal procedure isn’t done, the infection of the pulp will spread to the bone around the tooth. This would cause the tooth to become unstable because the bone would be not be able to hold the tooth in place. The only way to avoid an extraction of the infected tooth at this point would be to get root canal therapy. Root canal therapy is performed as an alternative to an extraction in attempt to save your natural tooth or teeth. Saving and keeping you own natural teeth is the ideal option is the what dentists try to do if it’s at all possible. Saving the tooth is very beneficial because it can help you avoid the need to get other procedures done, such as bridges and implants. When you consult with your dentist professional like our expert, you’ll be evaluated to determine if you need a root canal. Root canal therapy is the best option to correct the dental pulp disorder and to save your tooth. During the root canal therapy procedure, the diseased pulp will be removed, and the canal will be thoroughly cleaned and sealed.

To learn more about Sheepshead Bay root canal, contact our office. One of our associates at Ocean Dental Associates will gladly schedule your consultation with our expert dentist.

Ocean Dental Associates
622 Avenue U
Brooklyn, NY 11223
New Patients: (718) 412-9693
Existing Patients: (718) 382-0707