Addressing A Serious Cavity With A Root Canal Treatment

No one should look forward to having a cavity, and you would certainly have a hard time finding someone who was excited to undergo restorative dental treatment. Cavities are a well-known problem, and people tend to be aware of how to prevent them, but unfortunately, they still persist. In cases where tooth decay has reached the point of doing internal damage, your dentist will need to perform a root canal treatment. This procedure allows them to tend to an infection within your pulp, which houses the tooth’s nerves and blood vessels. News you need a root canal may not be exciting, but going without can cause real problems.

Is A Root Canal Necessary For Every Cavity?

It is possible to receive care before a root canal is necessary. It is easier to have cavities located earlier when you keep up with regular dental checkups, where your dentist can find decay before it has reached your pulp. Smaller cavities will typically just call for a dental filling.

What Happens After My Root Canal Is Performed?

After a root canal, your dentist needs to place a dental crown on your treated tooth. This protection is necessary because the process of removing a serious cavity can leave your tooth vulnerable.

What Happens If I Do Not Undergo A Root Canal?

If you ignore your dentist’s information that you need a root canal, you can face serious oral health consequences. When enough time passes without treatment, your dentist’s only option will be to extract your tooth. Leaving a tooth suffering a cavity without care can also allow bacteria to spread beyond the tooth, and continue to cause trouble.

Let Dr. Jing Know If You Have A Problem That May Call For A Root Canal

A root canal is capable of putting a stop to a serious tooth problem. While you may not be excited to undergo this particular treatment, you should look forward to its capacity to restore your oral health by taking care of a serious cavity. Dr. Jing and his team at 7 Day Dental are dedicated to making good dental health available to as many people as possible. To arrange a consultation or appointment, contact our office closest to you at 817-405-2001 on Jacksboro Highway, or at 817-405-0195 on Seminary Drive.