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Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy: A root canal is a last resort to save a tooth that’s severely decayed or even infected. At the point a tooth needs a root canal treatment, the nerve has become infected and/or damaged and fillings are no longer a viable option. It’s also a preferable and highly successful alternative to avoid extraction of the tooth. If you experience any of the signs and symptoms listed below, a root canal might be necessary:

  • Severe Toothache
  • Swelling or Pain in the Gums around the Tooth
  • Swelling of the cheek with or without pain
  • Persistent or increasing Sensitivity to Cold or Hot
  • Darkening/Discoloration of the Tooth


  1. Can A General Dentist Do Origin Canals? | Affordable Dental Services
    January 12, 2015

    […] will simply refer the complex instances such but some dental professionals are great at doing origin canals and delight in doing them. After all, it all depends upon your dental professionals comfort degree […]

  2. General Dental practitioner Or Endodontist For Root Canal | Affordable Dental Services
    March 15, 2015

    […] be quite tough for a basic dental expert. While all dental practitioners get training in performing root canal therapy, some dental practitioners, called “endodontists,” restrict their practice to […]

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