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When you have an endodontic problem, the affected tooth might have:
- throbbing pain, and/or
- sensitivity to heat and/or cold
- lingering and chronic symptoms
- difficulty chewing
If you are experiencing tooth ache or tooth pain, give our office a call and we will get you seen as soon as possible.
Dental emergencies and toothaches can be a sign of needing a root canal.
And heres the good news...
Years ago when a tooth was diseased or injured the tooth was frequently removed. Today these teeth can be saved through endodontic therapy.
Good news – While the thought of root canal therapy is often met with patient fear, we find that it is most often a relatively painless procedure.
Even more good news – Removing the nerve and decayed tissue has no long term consequences and the tooth’s health and functionality will remain intact.