Endodontic Procedures

Millions of teeth are treated and saved with endodontic procedure every year, making them pain free and healthy again. Present-day endodontics is not what it used to be ages ago! Advancements in technologies, procedures and materials, offer you many endodontic treatment options to save your natural teeth. It is important to understand your choices in dental treatment and how they will impact your future dental health. It is always best to keep your natural teeth whenever possible and endodontic therapy should be your first option for the best dental health and cosmetic results.

Root Canal

Root canal treatment is a straightforward procedure to relieve dental pain and save your natural teeth. Patients usually need an

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Dental Emergency

Whether you are an existing or a new patient, if you are in pain and having a dental emergency our Endodontic Specialists will be

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Endodontic Retreatment

Teeth that have had root canal treatment can and do last a lifetime. However, on occasion, the tooth that has been treated fails to

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Endodontic Surgery

There are many surgical procedures that can be performed to save a tooth. The most common is called an apicoectomy, or root-

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Regenerative Endodontics

The AAE describes regenerative endodontics as a Biologically based procedure designed to physiologically replace damaged

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Traumatic Dental Injuries

Traumatic dental injuries often occur in accidents or sports-related injuries. Chipped teeth account for the majority of all dental in

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Saving your tooth with endodontic treatment

root canal treatmentWhen you undergo endodontic therapy, the infected and inflamed pulp tissue is removed, and the inside of the tooth is thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Rubber like sealing material called gutta-percha is then used to fill the canal to prevent any bacteria from entering and reinfecting your tooth. After endodontic therapy is completed the tooth is restored with a crown or filling and will continue to feel and function as any other tooth.

Endodontic treatment insures that you continue to eat food that you love, keep your natural smile and saves you money on ongoing dental work. With proper care endodontically treated teeth will last a lifetime.

When is endodontic treatment required?

Endodontic therapyIt is necessary to have endodontic treatment or root canal therapy when inside of the tooth becomes infected or inflamed. This may happen due to deep decay, repeated dental procedures, crack in the tooth or faulty crowns. Pulp damage may also accrue as a result of traumatic injury to the tooth. When pulp infection is left untreated it will cause pain and eventually lead to a tooth abscess.

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We hope that our website helps answer your questions regarding endodontic dental care. However, please feel free to contact us if something is left unclear  Lutherville-Timonium 410-821-5553, Bel Air Office 410-836-7800.