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When Is Endodontic Treatment Necessary?

Posted on 3/6/2023 by Evan
When Is Endodontic Treatment Necessary?Tooth pain is one of the worst things you can experience in life. If you've been experiencing it for a prolonged period, you should pencil in a visit to Precision Dental Specialties for endodontic treatment. It is another name for a root canal, and it's the best procedure you can get when you are experiencing prolonged tooth pain caused by an infection in your teeth. If you're thinking about getting endodontic treatment, we have shared a few signs when this treatment option would be best for you.

What Is Endodontic Treatment?

A root canal or an endodontic treatment is recommended to patients suffering from a damaged or infected tooth. The treatment involves clearing away the abscess in the roots of the tooth and clearing out the pulp. The pain should dissipate along with any swelling in your gums once you have undergone endodontic treatment. It is best to get endodontic treatment instead of extracting your tooth, as that allows you to keep your natural smile and save your tooth. Below are some of the common reasons why it would be best to get endodontic treatment.

Severe Tooth Decay

If you don't take good care of your teeth, they will start to rot and decay from the roots. When this happens, you will require endodontic treatment to correct the damage to your teeth. You will know that you suffer from tooth decay if you constantly have bad breath, experience pain in your tooth, or have an unpleasant taste in your mouth.

Tooth Nerve is Exposed

When the nerve surrounding the tooth is exposed, it can cause immense pain. The nerve could have been exposed due to tooth trauma or an accident that has left the tooth damaged. That is where you would require endodontic treatment, which would treat the affected area and ensure you don't experience any pain in your tooth. The endodontist will clean out the nerve and will leave the tooth completely functional.

If you want to learn more about endodontic treatment, get in touch with Precision Dental Specialtiesto schedule an appointment by calling at 435-522-5629 today.
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