Greensboro Root Canal

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When you need a Greensboro root canal, it’s important to find a highly trained professional who provides skilled and compassionate care. At Kraska Center for Cosmetic and General Dentistry, we keep pace with leading-edge technology and methods of treatment to provide the precise and gentle care that you deserve. We keep patients well informed and at ease throughout treatment, establishing strong partnerships in care.

Our dentist may recommend a root canal procedure if there is irreversible damage to your tooth’s nerve supply, which lies within the inner dental pulp. When a tooth has been compromised by injury or deep decay, bacteria can seep into the dental pulp and cause an infection. Symptoms of an infection may include a range of unpleasant sensations, including sensitivity to hot and cold, pain when biting down or persistent discomfort. If you are experiencing any type of oral pain, it’s important to call our office immediately for prompt care. Upon your arrival, our dentist will review your case and perform an emergency examination, using advanced digital radiography, as needed, to diagnose the underlying cause of your toothache and determine if Greensboro root canal therapy is needed. A successful root canal resolves infection, alleviates a toothache to help preserve your natural tooth in the dental arch. While we provide precise and gentle care, we understand some patients may still experience anxiety, and offer nitrous oxide and oral sedation as to help ensure relaxation through every step in care. Following treatment, our dentist may recommend placing a dental crown to, help strengthen and protect your tooth, and to restore its function and appearance.

For a personalized, compassionate approach to your Greensboro root canal, and for all your dental healthcare needs, visit us at Kraska Center for Cosmetic and General Dentistry. To learn more about root canal therapy treatment or to schedule an appointment, call today.

502 N Elam Ave 
Greensboro, NC 27403 
(336) 292-0863