Lakeforest Dental Associates
Dr. Neil Daftary and Dr. Robert Zaner

3 Reasons Why We Can Offer Gentle Root Canals

root canal therapy gaithersburg md | relieve tooth pain from infected tooth

Root canals have almost always been plagued with a terrible reputation for being a long and painful procedure. The truth is, the pain you are feeling is likely because your tooth is infected, and root canal therapy will actually relieve your pain and eliminate your infection. Today's modern dental technology makes root canals in Gaithersburg even more comfortable and efficient. Here's what you should know.

Exceptional Anesthetics

The anesthetics that your dentist uses these days will ensure that you don't feel a thing during your procedure. The anesthetics also work quickly to relieve any pain you are feeling from your infection or abscess.

Rotary Endodontics

Modern rotary tools are made of nickel titanium, which actually make them more flexible, and allows them to better reach into the canals of your tooth and remove the infected tissue. This makes the procedure much easier than trying to access canals with rigid stainless steel tools.

Rotary tools are also electric, which means your dentist can complete the procedure much faster. Most patients are shocked at how comfortable and effective root canal therapy can be!

Nitrous Oxide

This breathable gas helps "take the edge off" of root canal therapy by helping patients feel relaxed and at ease. Some people even report feelings of euphoria, hence the name laughing gas. Because nitrous leaves your system as soon as the mask is removed, it is safe for you to drive yourself home and proceed with your normal activities.

If your tooth has been diagnosed with a root canal, don't delay your treatment as a dental infection can spread to other critical areas of your body. It could also potentially impact your surrounding teeth.

Contact your team at Lakeforest Dental Associates to schedule your appointment. You'll be back on the path to health and wellness before you know it!

 

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