Root Canal Therapy
Root canals are performed on teeth that have become infected in the inner workings of the tooth, known as the pulp, to prevent further damage.
If you have had a root canal but are experiencing signs of another infection in the treated tooth, you may need endodontic retreatment.
If you've had one or more root canals and have a dental restoration, such as a crown, an apicoectomy may be needed to address new infections.
You may not see a cracked tooth, but it can cause pain and infection; it should be treated right away, or else it could lead to tooth loss.
If you experience trauma to the mouth — anything from a trip or fall to a car accident — you should have it checked out by a dental professional.
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