Root canal treatment lomita

Root Canal Treatment Saves Your Teeth and Health

Your oral health and an aesthetic smile’s future depend on the timely and efficient receipt of treatment. An infected tooth is a problem that needs treatment to save the tooth and your body as a whole which is done by dental root canal treatment in Torrance. As specialists in endodontics, Drs. KayvonJavid and Dr. Mariam Nadi extract root canals without causing discomfort to the patient to avoid tooth loss, bone deterioration, or systemic illness.

Truth behind a root canal

The Truth Behind a Root Canal

An operation that is frequently misunderstood is called a root canal, and it involves the removal of the pulp from the tooth and the subsequent filling of the space. In order to avoid potential losses in terms of both health and finances, it is recommended that this treatment be chosen, despite the widespread belief that it is painful and expensive. Societal developments and anesthesiology comfort patients, such as getting a crown or a dental filling done in the dental clinic. Currently, Dr. Javid and Dr. Nadi are taking care of their patients, and indeed, have 25 years of practice in combination; therefore, dental root canal treatment in Torrance is an appropriate practice that can be applied when the doctor is faced with an infected tooth because it preserves the health of the particular tooth.

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Conditions Requiring Root Canal Therapy

  • Advanced tooth decay
  • Severe tooth damage
  • Broken or fractured tooth or root
  • Abscessed tooth
  • Internal resorption
  • Injury or trauma

If you are experiencing any of the signs or symptoms listed above, do not delay. Contact our office right now to schedule your consultation and treatment with Drs. Javid and Nadi. Through eminent courses like the University of Southern California’s Advanced Education in General Dentistry and association with professional dental organizations, Dr. Javid is well-versed and experienced in providing exceptional, pain-free root canal therapy when you need it.

Seek Expert Care at the First Sign of a Problem

Though some teeth requiring root canal therapy are completely asymptomatic, most do exhibit signs of an oral health problem. Seek the expert care of Dr. Javid or Dr. Nadi as soon as possible if any one or more of the following signs or symptoms are present:

  • Mouth pain
  • Dull toothache or pain
  • Gum or facial swelling
  • Pain or discomfort when biting or chewing
  • Presence of an abscess or “pimple” on gum tissue
  • Sensitivity to hot and/or cold
  • Broken tooth or root

Take the first step towards improving your oral health