Endodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on treatments and procedures involving the tooth pulp. This is the inner soft tissue that houses all the blood vessels, connective tissues, and nerves in a tooth.
To save a tooth with an infected or inflamed pulp, root canal therapy in Brampton, ON, is performed. Mouth pain, such as a cracked tooth or a toothache, can sometimes be hard to pinpoint. Inside the mouth is a network of nerves. As a result, the pain caused by a damaged or diseased tooth can often be felt in a different area.
A patient may experience pain in another tooth as well as the ear, neck, and/or head. Dr. Kulwant Turna can determine the root cause of such pain. To end the discomfort and restore oral health, root canal therapy is often the solution.
It’s important to treat any tooth infections promptly so that they do not get worst.
A root canal is performed to save a tooth where the pulp inside your tooth has become inflamed and infected. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, you may need root canal therapy:
Contact our Brampton, ON dental office right away if you are experiencing any of these conditions. When you call, we will schedule a consultation for endodontic treatment at Bramwest Dental. If it is determined that you need a root canal, our dentist will perform the procedure in-house.
A root canal is a straightforward procedure that can help eliminate pain and restore your oral health. At Bramwest Family Dental, we use advanced technology to ensure a painless procedure. Dr. Kulwant Turna has years of experience in performing root canals.
After root canal therapy, the treated tooth should be examined about every 6 to 12 months. This allows our dentist in Brampton, ON, to monitor the healing process.