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When the pulp of your tooth becomes infected or inflamed, you can experience mouth pain and even the loss of the tooth. Fortunately, this problem can be taken care of with an endodontic, or root canal, treatment.
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When you have a root canal done, the infected material will be completely removed and the inside of your tooth will be thoroughly cleaned to prevent further problems. The tooth is the filled, sealed, and when necessary covered with a crown to protect it from future damage after the completion of a root canal.
• Deep decay
• Faulty or improperly-set crowns
• A crack in your tooth
• A chip in your tooth
• Repeated dental procedures on the same tooth
• Trauma to the tooth area
Unless your case is unusually complex, you will be able to have your root canal, apicoectomy, and retreat done in-house.