There are, of course, no guarantees. Root canal or endodontic therapy has a totally high degree of success, as much as 90%. teeth which may be treated close to perfect have a achievement rate up to 90 percent! We are able to speak with you the probabilities of success before any endodontic process that will help you make an knowledgeable decision. If a root canal or endodontic therapy is unsuccessful or fails you continue to have alternatives.
FAMILY COSMETIC DENTISTRY
ROOT CANAL TREATMENT
ENDODONTISTS IN WESTON, FL
Root Canal Infection
If it gets injured or infected, the pulp tissues and nerves die which could lead to severe infection when bacteria start to multiply, if gone untreated the encompassing tissues may likewise get infected. In addition, it will result in the following: tooth abscess, bone loss around the tip of the root, swelling may spread to the face, neck, or head, and occurrence of a hole in the side of the teeth, which may bring about the drainage issue into the gums, cheek, or skin.
Root Canal Treatment
However, unlike in the old days when you must remove a tooth when it became infected, nowadays Family Cosmetic Dentistry can save your tooth from extraction with a particular procedure called Endodontic Treatment.
This therapy involves repairing and saving the severely infected tooth therefore our Specialized Dentists in Weston, FL will place a crown over the treated tooth to make it stronger.
Symptoms and signs that you might need a Root Canal Treatment:
Endodontic treatment is essential when the pulp tissue inside the Root Canal becomes inflamed or infected, symptoms to look for consist of pain, extended sensitivity to heat, tenderness to the touch and chewing, discoloration of the tooth, and swelling. From time to time, however, there aren’t any symptoms.
Root Canal Diagnosis
At Family Cosmetic Dentistry we always take several steps to determine if you need this treatment. As a result, we will look for any symptoms that you might have to need the treatment also we examine the nerves and tissues and the surrounding area by applying hot and cold substances on it. Consequently, we tap on the tooth tenderly or have you bite on something, because we need to determine if the tooth is sensitive to touch or pressure.