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Save your pulp, save your tooth, save your smile.
What is root canal treatment?
Root canals by Advanced Dental Group in Edgewater, New Jersey are a necessary procedure used to save your teeth from being overtaken by infection by removing the tooth’s pulp. The innermost layer of the tooth, or the pulp, will need to be removed by a root canal procedure if it has been injured, inflamed, or infected in any way.
The following are common scenarios where our professionals at Advanced Dental Group in Edgewater, New Jersey may suggest checking to make sure your pulp is not damaged in any way:
Your tooth has a deep crack or chip
Your tooth has suffered a sizeable injury
You’ve had many procedures on one single tooth
Rampant decay has set in because of an untreated cavity
A root canal is an extremely common dental procedure that millions of people experience every year, yet still there seems to be a stigma surrounding the idea of pain from this treatment. Modern medicine utilized at Advanced Dental Group in Edgewater, New Jersey has made painful root canals all but a thing of the past for many patients due to the availability of local anesthetics and numbing medications that will make your experience completely comfortable.
What are the benefits of root canal treatment?
A root canal can be quite an affordable treatment at Advanced Dental Group in Edgewater, New Jersey when you’re in need of saving your teeth, and your smile. They’re relatively pain-free, and they’re considered to be a top-procedure for reducing or even eliminating oral pain (stemming from the pulp).
Looking to book root canal treatment in Edgewater, New Jersey? Contact Us online today to schedule an appointment at Advanced Dental Group.
We offer high-quality and affordable Root Canal Treatment. Book your visit at Advanced Dental Group of Edgewater located in Edgewater, New Jersey.
Root Canal Treatment
A way to fill in gaps, including spaces between missing and real teeth.
Restore the affected tooth's size, shape, appearance, and strength.
Replaces a lost or extracted tooth and proven to improve oral health.
Synthetic teeth that are custom-made to replace missing teeth.
A filling is used to treat a small hole, or cavity, in a tooth.