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Root Canal Therapy – Hurst, TX

Relieve Pain and Improve Your Oral Health

Are you experiencing a large amount of sensitivity or outright pain in a specific tooth? The most likely cause is a damaging infection that’s hidden deep beneath the enamel. In order to treat this sensitive area and help patients maintain their complete, natural smile, Dr. Saremi and Dr. De Vincenzo will likely recommend root canal therapy in Hurst. Despite its “scary” reputation, this procedure is actually highly comfortable with the help of modern tools and very successful too. A large majority of treated teeth are able to thrive for the rest of the patient’s life with regular maintenance and oral hygiene!

Why Choose Cimarron Family Dentistry For Root Canal Therapy? 

  • Advanced Dental Technology
  • Sedation Techniques Available
  • Experienced Dental Team

What is Root Canal Therapy?

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Root canals are common procedures that have helped countless patients keep their natural tooth and restore the function and look of their smile. Typically, we would recommend them if the patients have an infection as a result of dental trauma or severe decay. When these issues are left untreated, they can cause severe pain and even spread to other teeth, making it important to address early on.

Root canals involve the removal of infected pulp found in your tooth. Your emergency dentist in Hurst will then sanitize your tooth, fill it, and top it off with a protective crown to prevent further damage. At Cimarron Family Dentistry, we offer same-day appointments so we can get you in and out and relief your pain in record time.

Signs You May Need a Root Canal

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There are a variety of issues that could be the reason you need root canal therapy. Typically, a severe toothache caused by infected pulp is a tell-tale sign that many patients experience. Some other symptoms to look out for include:

  • Sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures.
  • Pain when you bite down.
  • Swelling or redness on the gums near the affected tooth.
  • Bump on the gums near the damaged tooth.

If you notice any of these signs, contact your emergency dentist, Dr. Saremi or Dr. De Vincenzo immediately. Waiting until the last minute can increase your risk of tooth loss, which can result in more costly and invasive procedures.

The Process of Getting a Root Canal

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When you visit us for a root canal, we’ll make sure you’re comfortable and well taken care of. First, we’ll examine your affected tooth using our advanced imaging technology. This way, we can develop a precise and efficient treatment plan that will relieve your discomfort.

We’ll begin by numbing the area of the affected tooth using a local anesthetic. This way, you won’t feel any pain or discomfort during the procedure. We’ll then make a small access point in your damaged tooth so we can reach the infected pulp. Using special instruments, we’ll remove it and sanitize the area to remove any harmful oral bacteria. With composite resin, we’ll fill your tooth to seal it off and restore its shape. Some patients need dental crowns placed atop their treated tooth to restore its function and for extra protection.

The Myth of Root Canals

Root canals are notoriously known to be painful; however, this is just a misconception. The toothache that you experience from an infected tooth is much more painful than the procedure itself. In fact, at Cimarron Family Dentistry, we offer sedation techniques to make sure you don’t feel a thing. Plus, we utilize the most advanced technology in dentistry, so the process is virtually pain-free!

If you have any questions or concerns about the procedure, don’t hesitate to contact us! We’ll be more than happy to walk you through the process and ease any worries you may have. We go out of our way to make sure that every patient is comfortable and feels well taken care of, so there’s no need to worry!