Root Canal Treatment Saves Your Teeth and Health
Your current oral health and the future of your smile both depend on your access to effective, health-saving treatment from qualified, experienced professionals. An oral problem like an infected tooth needs immediate attention, as such a condition places the longevity of your tooth along with your systemic health at risk. To avoid unwanted outcomes like tooth loss, bone damage and general illness, Drs. Kayvon Javid and Mariam Nadi offer painless, tooth-saving root canal treatment.
The Truth Behind a Root Canal
Perhaps the most misunderstood dental procedure, a root canal is nothing short of replacement of the soft, internal portion of a tooth, or pulp, with a special filling material. Though many people fear having a tooth treated due to apprehension over root canal pain or even root canal cost, choosing this procedure today helps avoid significant health and financial expense in the future. Undergoing root canal therapy is really no different than having a crown or filling placed, especially with today’s advanced technology and myriad of sedation options. Drs. Javid and Nadi’s gentle approach to treatment, coupled with their 25 years of combined dental experience and use of the most advanced technology available today, is reason enough to never fear root canal therapy when an infected tooth threatens your health.
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