Root canal therapy is a general dental procedure done to treat an infected tooth in order to restore its health so that it can remain inside the mouth. Root canal therapy has been given an unfair reputation of being painful, but what Mendota Springs Dentistry wants you to understand is that root canal therapy is not painful – infected teeth are painful. Root canal therapy removes an infection from the pulp (center) of the tooth. This procedure is incredibly important because by removing the infection you are not only saving just the infected tooth, but you are helping to save neighboring teeth as well. Any infection within the mouth is able to quickly and easily pass through the living tissues and blood supply of the mouth and compromise the health of other teeth and gums. Not only this, but because each tooth has its own direct blood supply, any infection within a tooth can also easily pass to other areas of the body. Doctors and dentists have both found a direct link between oral infections and diabetes, heart disease, and kidney failure.
Dr. Jason Jacoby, DDS, is a qualified and compassionate dental who offers effective root canal therapy to those who have an infected tooth or multiple teeth. At Mendota Springs Dentistry you will find the successful treatment you need to restore your oral health and relieve your pain.
Infected teeth cause sufferers a great deal of pain. At Mendota Springs Dentistry we offer root canals that bring relief for infected teeth. Any type of infection is painful, and it is often this pain that is associated with treatment. However, root canals offer pain relief for infected teeth, and Dr. Jacoby at Mendota Springs Dentistry provides exceptional and compassionate care. What Dr. Jacoby and dentists all over the United States want patients to understand is that the longer they avoid treatment for an infection within their tooth, the longer they will suffer from pain.
At Mendota Springs Dentistry we keep the comfort of all of our patients as a top priority. We will go to great lengths to make sure that you are comfortable throughout the root canal procedure. Please do not let your pain persist! Contact Mendota Springs Dentistry today and find the relief you deserve.