When you start to experience tooth pain and sensitivity, you can have some understandable worries about the health of your smile. This can point to issues with an infection due to a cavity or injury, something you should not take lightly. Your Brighton, MA dentist is prepared to help you when you feel that something is wrong. If necessary, we can provide root canal therapy so that trouble within its structure no longer affects you. Once this work is complete, we can provide a custom dental crown to keep the tooth safe and secure.
A Toothache Is A Problem That Should Not Be Ignored
The beginning of a persistent or severe tooth pain should make you aware that something is wrong with your oral health, something that should be brought up with your dentist. Seeking treatment for aches or heightened sensitivity can lead to the discovery of a severe cavity, or of a physical injury that has led to internal problems. Once this issue is identified, we can proceed with a root canal, a treatment that addresses difficulties so that you no longer have to worry about this threat to your well-being.
Planning Your Root Canal Treatment
Once we confirm that it is necessary, we can provide a root canal treatment to remove damaged tissues and bacteria. This treatment carefully accesses your pulp, the chamber within the tooth structure that hosts living tissues. Once we take care of this space, we can seal it to keep it protected against further difficulties. Once this is done, we can start treatment to place your custom dental crown.
Restoring Your Tooth After Your Procedure Is Performed
A custom dental crown will cover your tooth, which will provide both protection in its vulnerable state and additional support so that you can bite and chew without problems. By using an all-porcelain restoration to take care of you, we can make sure you have functional support as well as coverage that will preserve your smile. A crown can provide many years of support even as you rely on it to bite and chew food. Your dentist can check on yours at future dental exams.
Talk To Your Brighton, MA Dentist About Root Canal Therapy
If you take the time to seek treatment about dental pain or sensitivity, you can undergo important restorative treatment to stop a severe cavity or injury from causing worsening harm to your tooth and oral health. Brighton Dental Group is ready to take on your oral health issues when you experience difficulties. If you would like to find out more, or if you have active concerns about your well-being, please contact your Brighton, MA, dentists, Dr. Villani and Dr. Kondrat, by calling (617) 562-5210.