Root Canals in Glendale, AZ
Root Canals at Smile Science Dental Spa
Are you enduring relentless tooth pain, and yearning for a treatment that promises both relief and comfort? Your quest concludes at Smile Science Dental Spa. Our accomplished team of dental professionals are adept at performing root canal treatments – a procedure feared by many but transformed into a comfortable experience at our Spa.
By employing state-of-the-art technology and innovative techniques, we aim to minimize discomfort while maximizing effectiveness. Our root canal procedure is meticulously performed to alleviate your pain and preserve your tooth. We meticulously clean the infected pulp, disinfect the area, and fill it to seal the tooth, protecting it from any future infections.
But what truly sets us apart is our compassionate approach. We understand that root canals can be intimidating, so we make it our mission to ensure you feel relaxed and at ease throughout the procedure. Our spa-like setting, coupled with our expert team, allows you to replace the anxiety often associated with dental treatments with an aura of calm and tranquility.
At Smile Science Dental Spa, say goodbye to persistent toothaches and welcome a radiant, healthier smile that truly sparkles. Experience the difference of a dental spa – where your comfort is our priority and your smile, our commitment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- In many cases, root canals are performed to eliminate infection. However, in rare cases, infection may persist. This is why it is important to return for follow-up appointments and x-rays to ensure the infection goes away after root canal treatment. There are many reasons a root canal treatment can fail, including your body’s inability to eliminate the bacteria, systemic factors such as diabetes or autoimmune disorders, or the failure of the root canal treatment to fully eradicate the infection.
- In very rare cases, it is possible for nearby structures to be damaged during a root canal procedure. Upper molars are very close to the sinuses, and it is possible for a treating clinician to inadvertently enter the sinus while working on an upper molar. Lower molars can be very close to the main nerve that provides sensation for much of the jaw and mouth. In woman especially, it is possible for a root canal to cause damage to this nerve.
- Adjacent teeth may sometimes be damaged by the tools and materials used during root canal procedures.
- The medicaments used to treat the inside of the tooth can cause significant harm to surrounding tissues if it escapes the tooth. Although extremely rare, this can lead to chemical burns and substantial injuries. Even though it is extremely rare, we take every precaution to ensure it doesn’t happen to you.