Endodontic Therapy McCordsville
Root Canal Therapy
We offer certain endodontic procedures like root canal therapy to our patients in need. Browse the page below to learn more. It’s easy to schedule your appointment with us.
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Root Canal Treatment
The Root Canal, Not As Scary As You Think
You have surely heard of a root canal but you might not understand what they are and how they are done. Most of the time root canals are associated with lots of pain, but this is not the norm. If you’ve been putting of a root canal you might be surprised at the minimal amount of pain involved. Dr. Vogt is a very gentle dentist and makes sure that his patient are comfortable and well informed through every endodontic procedure like a root canal.
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What is A Root Canal ?
A root canal is a procedure designed to save your natural tooth from needing to be extracted. Dr. Vogt will remove the decayed part of your tooth and the infected pulp in order to reach the abscess beneath the root and the inflamed ligament.
After fulling cleaning the inside of the tooth a rubber-like material will be placed where the pulp once was and a cap will placed on top. This will look and feel just like your natural tooth. You can bite with normal pressure and your chewing will not be affected.
We understand how important it is to you to keep all of your natural teeth and that is why Dr. Vogt offers root canal therapy at our dental practice.
Is Root Canal Therapy Dentistry Right For You?
- You may have let a cavity go untreated and now you’re looking at a root canal.
You have nothing to worry about if your dentist has prescribed that you have the procedure. Millions of teeth a year are saved this way. Root canals will relieve the pain in your tooth and you can go back to eating, drinking, and smiling like normal.
If you’re on the fence about having your tooth fixed, we understand. Dentistry, root canals especially, can make a lot of people nervous. You’re not alone!
Here are some of the symptoms of someone who needs a root canal:
- You’re experiencing sever pain while chewing or putting pressure on your tooth
- Prolonged sensitivity to hot or cold after your tooth is no longer in contact
- The tooth is discolored or dark
- Swollen and tender gums in the surrounding area