Root Canal Therapy

Root Canal Therapy is performed when the tooth is infected or damaged. Inside the pulp where blood vessels and nerves gets inflamed, the pulp is removed then treated and cleaned, afterwards sealed.

Usual steps in the procedure involve an X-ray to determine the shape of the root canals and see if there are signs of infection in the surrounding bone. Our dentists will then use a localized anesthesia to numb the surrounding area close to the tooth. In actuality, an anesthesia might not be at all needed since the nerve is dead, yet we may still anesthetize the area to make the a more relaxed and at ease operation.