Root Canal in Hallandale Beach, FL
What is a Root Canal? and What happens during this procedure? Learn about this fast procedure that can save your natural tooth and take the pain away!
Are you in need of a Root Canal? There is no need to worry. Millions of patients save their teeth by getting treated with root canal therapies. This procedure relieves the pain and makes your teeth healthy again. A root canal is necessary when an untreated deep cavity infects the blood and nerve supply of a tooth. As a result of this deep infection, you may experience a lot of pain, depending on the severity of the infection. Beneath the white enamel and a hard layer called dentin, Inside your tooth, there is a soft tissue called pulp. The pulp contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue, which help grow the root of your tooth during its development. Your fully developed tooth can survive without the pulp because the tooth continues to be nourished by the tissues surrounding it.
Our modern endodontic treatment (Root canal therapy) can usually be completed in one appointment, depending upon the condition of your tooth and your personal circumstances.
Getting a root canal therapy is relatively painless.
Root canal therapies are so effective that you’ll be back to smiling, chewing, and biting with ease in no time.
Saving your natural tooth with root canal treatment has many advantages:
Normal biting force and sensation
Protects other teeth from excessive wear or strain
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Cost and Information of a Root Canal Therapy
There are many factors that can change the pricing on a root canal treatment. Like any other dental procedure, the cost for a root canal also varies from one dentist to another. But it can still be helpful to get an idea of the average cost nationwide. Root canals cost an average of $700 per tooth for a front tooth root canal and around $1,500 per tooth for a molar root canal.
Here at Hallandale Beach Dental, we care about our patients and their financial situations. Call us to book a dental evaluation and learn about our root canal specials.
What Happens if I Don’t Receive Treatment?
If an infection is left untreated, the underlying bacteria may develop a resistance to a root canal treatment. The gums and surrounding teeth will start to become infected and, more alarmingly, the infection can spread into the bones. This is much harder and more expensive to treat, and the pain alone is unbearable.
This is why periodic dental evaluations are recommended to maintain good oral health. This allows Dr. Arwas to spot early signs of nerve damage and/ or tooth decay that is often not noticeable to the untrained eye.
At Hallandale Beach Dental, the commitment to your oral health is our priority. We will do our best to keep you inform and up to date with your regular dental check-ups. We know you have millions of things to do. We'll remind you when you are due for an evaluation.
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