• Root canal therapy
• Endodontic re-treatment
• Pain management
• Non-surgical root canal re-treatment

What  is  a  root  canal?
A root canal is the removal of the inflamed, dying, dead or infected material found in the center of the tooth, the cleaning, shaping and tapering of the center of the root, and the sealing of the root to enable the bone and tissue around the root to heal. The pulp or nerve normally contains nerve tissue, blood vessels, and connective tissue. The nerve or pulp is only responsible for the development and formation of the root structure when you are a child. When this pulp or nerve has become infected, root canal therapy is needed.

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