Do you have a tooth that is causing you a lot of pain? Are the gums around its base red and irritated? If this is the case you may well need to have a root canal treatment. If you are searching for a dentist who specializes in root canals, you will want to find an expert endodontist. When you need 10956 root canal treatment you will do well to come see the experts at our endodontic practice, New City Endodontics.
At New City Endodontics we are happy to have two expert and highly-trained endodontists on staff. They are Dr. Maria Vinieris and Dr. George Mastromihalis. Our practice is limited to endodontics, which is the science of 10956 root canal treatment. Our top-notch doctors and support staff offer our patients unparalleled treatment and care. Our office is state-of-the-art in terms of both equipment and procedures – so when you receive a root canal treatment at our office you can be sure that you will remain in total comfort and that the procedure will have the greatest chance of complete success. We are happy to specialize in conventional, microscopic and surgical endodontics.
10956 root canal treatment is performed for one reason – to save the life of a tooth. A root canal treatment is needed when the nerve of a tooth (the inside pulp) is affected by decay, infection, or inflammation. With successful root canal treatment our endodontists will be able to save the permanent tooth and prevent any need for you to get a dental implant or bridge. A tooth can be damaged by: trauma; deep decay; cracks and chips; or even by repeated dental procedures on the tooth. If you have a tooth that has an inflamed nerve, your tooth may be very sensitive to heat, cold, or percussion. If your dentist determines that you have this problem with a tooth, he or she will most likely recommend that you see an endodontist for expert root canal care. A root canal is performed using local anesthesia, and the patient is able to remain pain-free during the entire process. Gone are the days of painful root canals. During a root canal our dentist will remove the injured or diseased pulp and the root canal system is completely cleaned and sealed. Treatment may take one or two visits and has over a 90% chance of being effective. If the treatment is not likely to be successful, our endodontist will let you know as soon as possible – even during your initial consultation. For an appointment with our endodontist, simply contact our office.