Save Your Infected Teeth With Root Canals

Save Your Infected Teeth With Root Canals

Posted by Dentist of Miami & Orthodontics on Jan 5 2022, 08:38 AM

Save Your Infected Teeth With Root Canals

Dental problems can be haunting, and if they are left untreated, they can turn out to be the biggest nightmare, and sometimes, they take an ugly turn, and you will end up burning a big hole in your pocket. Having a good set of teeth ensures that you will lead a peaceful life without any problem. One such treatment is root canal treatment. 

Root Canal treatment is a procedure of dental science that is designed to eliminate the bacteria from the infected root canal and prevent the reinfection of the tooth and save the natural tooth. 

One can witness a plethora of advantages after going through the root canal treatment, and some of them are listed below:

  • Stops spreading the infection.

Infection in the tooth cavity is the primary reason for toothache or tooth decay, and the bacteria which cause the infection can be removed with the help of root canal treatment.

Once the bacteria is removed, the tooth is cleaned and then disinfected, which will ensure the reinfection is prevented, and hence there won't be any room for the bacteria to grow.

  • It has virtually appealing results.

The best part of this procedure is that the tooth after the treatment is sealed with tooth-colored fillings or crown that provides a new and a beautiful appearance. So once you undergo root canal therapy, the functionality and the aesthetics of the tooth are restored completely.

  • Saves your teeth.

It is obviously one of the best procedures through which the tooth can be saved. It is also guaranteed to have teeth with restored natural functionality as it was like before.

  • It prevents the jawbone from degenerating.

Preservation of the tooth is one of the advantages of root canal therapy. So when the teeth are preserved, then the jawbone remains intact. One has to remember that a missing tooth is a prime reason for the degeneration of the jawbone over the lapse of time.

  • It Enhances Oral and Overall Health

It is seen that severe tooth decay can affect the person's overall health to a large extent. Disease-related to heart and diabetes, respiratory infections can also incept due to bad oral health.

If you had any second thoughts about getting treatment for the root canal, we hope this article changed your mind. 

Hurry up and give a call to your dentist at (305) 290-4999 or schedule an appointment online to consult your dentist at Dentist of Miami and Orthodontics, 15790 SW 56th St, Miami, FL 33185. 

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