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Root Canal Therapy

Highly experienced Root Canal treatment

Dr. Nour Shoreibah, performs all root canal procedures in our office. Over the years, he has completed an extensive amount of training in Endodontics, a field of dentistry that deals with the tissues inside the tooth, such as the pulp, blood vessels, nerves and root canals. He has performed over three thousand root canal and oral surgery procedures, and has consistently had very high success rates.

Dr. Shoreibah always puts patient comfort before all else, and his priority during the root canal treatment is to thoroughly treat the tooth as best as possible in preparation for a successful restoration of the tooth.

Comfortable and thorough Root Canals

To make sure that your procedure is comfortable and thorough, Dr. Shoreibah uses the latest advancements in dental technology, such as rotary endodontic instruments and an ultrasonic irrigation unit for cleaning out the tooth.

Because of his vast experience and advanced training, Dr. Shoreibah can often complete your root canal procedure in just one visit.

Once your root canal procedure is completed, Dr. Shoreibah will build up the tooth in preparation for your final restoration. A crown will then be placed on top of the treated tooth to protect it and restore full functionality.

What is a Root Canal?

A root canal is a narrow column in the tooth structure that runs inside each tooth root. A single tooth can have multiple canals in it. The canals contain blood vessels and nerves. When this tissue becomes infected, swelling, abscess and pain can result.

What is Root Canal Therapy?

Root canal therapy is performed when a tooth has become infected. During the procedure, the infected tissue is removed, then the inside of the tooth is cleaned, disinfected and filled with sterile material.

Root canal therapy can save a tooth from needing extraction, thus prolonging oral health. Once your tooth has been restored, normal function of the tooth returns.

Signs you need a Root Canal

When a root canal becomes infected, it usually causes pain and sometimes results in an abscess or swelling around or below the gums. In some cases the tooth may also become discolored.

Random instances of pain is also an indicator, for example, when you feel:

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