Root Canal - Abilene, TX
Save Your Infected Tooth
Root Canals Preserve Your Natural Smile
Your natural teeth are very important to daily functions such as eating and talking, so we never want you to risk needing one extracted because of infection. Pain in or around your tooth, especially if it has been damaged, is commonly a sign that infection is present below the surface. If you’re experiencing a toothache, don’t wait to contact our office! Root canals in Abilene, TX are the conservative and comfortable way we treat infection in your tooth, saving you from needing to extract it altogether. Don’t be concerned about root canals. They might have a negative reputation, but their goal is to eliminate your tooth pain and not cause more! At Leedy Dental, our dentists are extremely conscious of not only making sure your root canal therapy is effective, but comfortable as well. Before you know it, you’ll be on your way with a restored smile and your natural tooth still in place.
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Comfortable Root Canals
Our goal is always to make you feel as comfortable as possible during your appointment. If root canals cause you to feel anxious or fearful, we’ll help you relax with our custom sedation. When you’re calm and your tooth is numbed, we’ll remove the top portion of your tooth, then eliminate the infected tooth pulp and tissues from the root canals. Next, we’ll thoroughly clean the area before filling the canals with gutta-percha. To ensure your tooth remains strong and functional long-term, we recommend that you also receive a dental crown. Our cosmetic dentists and prosthodontists are specifically trained in these restorations, giving you the perfect fit and an attractive new tooth. We’ll be able to have your dental crown made much faster and with great precision and quality. When it’s ready, we’ll attach it to your treated tooth. You can now enjoy restored function and an attractive tooth that looks completely natural!
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Trauma & Nerve Damage to Teeth
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Stop living with a toothache!
Preserve your natural tooth with comfortable root canal therapy.