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Endodontics: The Solution For Nerve Pain

A root canal in East Lansing can eliminate the nerve pain associated with an infection

Experiencing the nerve pain that is associated with an infection within the tooth is the only painful step in the process leading up to receiving a root canal in East Lansing. The sole purpose of a root canal, otherwise known as endodontics, is to quickly and effectively removed the infected nerves in order to provide an immediate sense of relief from the often severe pain that is occurring in the tooth and surrounding areas. The most common reasons for individuals to be experiencing this type of infection are severe tooth decay or excessive damage. When a tooth has been exposed to the process of decay for a lengthy period of time without treatment, the surface enamel of the tooth becomes an open door to the inner nerves, leaving them prone to the risk of infection and resulting in a rather painful experience. The longer this process is allowed to continue, the more significant pain can become. Although to some the term can be slightly daunting, our knowledgeable staff would like to ensure you that a root canal is often the most effective form of treatment when it comes to eliminating severe tooth pain and even preventing the prolonged possibility of an extraction. If you are experiencing swollen gums, increased sensitivity to hot and cold liquids, or abnormal discoloration along with pain, we urge you to give us a call today and schedule your consultation and exam right away. We can help!
Experiencing the nerve pain that is associated with an infection within the tooth is the only painful step in the process leading up to receiving a root canal in East Lansing. The sole purpose of a root canal, otherwise known as endodontics, is to quickly and effectively removed the infected nerves in order to provide an immediate sense of relief from the often severe pain that is occurring in the tooth and surrounding areas. The most common reasons for individuals to be experiencing this type of infection are severe tooth decay or excessive damage. When a tooth has been exposed to the process of decay for a lengthy period of time without treatment, the surface enamel of the tooth becomes an open door to the inner nerves, leaving them prone to the risk of infection and resulting in a rather painful experience. The longer this process is allowed to continue, the more significant pain can become. Although to some the term can be slightly daunting, our knowledgeable staff would like to ensure you that a root canal is often the most effective form of treatment when it comes to eliminating severe tooth pain and even preventing the prolonged possibility of an extraction. If you are experiencing swollen gums, increased sensitivity to hot and cold liquids, or abnormal discoloration along with pain, we urge you to give us a call today and schedule your consultation and exam right away. We can help!

The Evidence Of Infection

Experiencing any number of these signs could suggest the need for endodontics in East Lansing

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Root Canals: Saving The Tooth

Getting a root canal in East Lansing is the best route to preventing a more serious form of treatment

When it comes to endodontics in East Lansing, this form of treatment is often considered the most effective method for saving a tooth from total extraction before conditions are given a chance to become irreparable. A severe nerve infection occurs deep inside the tooth, within an area called the pulp. The pulp is a soft-centered location that carries a large number of nerve endings, and once it has been exposed through the process of tooth decay, it can become damaged through infection. This process is what causes us pain, as the sensitive nerves are sending signals to our brains in order to inform us of the damage that is progressing in the affected area. A root canal is used to remove this infected center of the tooth and replace it with a strong and resilient material that is typically covered with a crown, or in some cases, sealed with a filling. After this process is complete, the patient will have the ability to completely utilize the tooth as if it were never damaged in the first place, allowing for chewing and biting without any sense of pain or discomfort. Endodontics provide a clear and easy alternative to complete tooth removal, and should be considered at the early stages of infection in order to ensure that this option is available. If you are experiencing the symptoms associated with nerve damage and would be interested in a root canal in East Lansing, give us a call today.
When it comes to endodontics in East Lansing, this form of treatment is often considered the most effective method for saving a tooth from total extraction before conditions are given a chance to become irreparable. A severe nerve infection occurs deep inside the tooth, within an area called the pulp. The pulp is a soft-centered location that carries a large number of nerve endings, and once it has been exposed through the process of tooth decay, it can become damaged through infection. This process is what causes us pain, as the sensitive nerves are sending signals to our brains in order to inform us of the damage that is progressing in the affected area. A root canal is used to remove this infected center of the tooth and replace it with a strong and resilient material that is typically covered with a crown, or in some cases, sealed with a filling. After this process is complete, the patient will have the ability to completely utilize the tooth as if it were never damaged in the first place, allowing for chewing and biting without any sense of pain or discomfort. Endodontics provide a clear and easy alternative to complete tooth removal, and should be considered at the early stages of infection in order to ensure that this option is available. If you are experiencing the symptoms associated with nerve damage and would be interested in a root canal in East Lansing, give us a call today.



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It isn’t uncommon for many individuals to experience a certain level of fear or anxiety with visiting the dentist, especially when facing the possibility of more advanced forms of treatment, such as root canals and tooth extractions. However, we at Caring Convenient Dentistry strive to provide an experience that eliminates the need for these insecurities through ensuring a gentle and caring dental experience with each and every patient. Our goal is to make you feel at home, and our passion is to change the way you view dentistry.

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"I take great pride in providing treatment options that provide both a sense of relief from pain, and an educational experience to my patients. The standards that we set for ourselves at Caring Convenient Dentistry are made to create the highest quality form of dental care available for every individual in need. We are always here to help, and no matter the status of your teeth, our only priority is to provide results that can change not only the way you look, but the way you feel. When a patient leaves our office, we want them to leave with a brand new reason to smile, and perhaps even a brand new view on the field of dentistry overall. I am honored to be surrounded by a team of such high skill level and ability, and we are all passionately dedicated to the service we provide each and every day. When you become a patient at Caring Convenient Dentistry, you become a member of the family. Call us today and schedule your appointment, we are excited to serve you!"

"I take great pride in providing treatment options that provide both a sense of relief from pain, and an educational experience to my patients. The standards that we set for ourselves at Caring Convenient Dentistry are made to create the highest quality form of dental care available for every individual in need. We are always here to help, and no matter the status of your teeth, our only priority is to provide results that can change not only the way you look, but the way you feel. When a patient leaves our office, we want them to leave with a brand new reason to smile, and perhaps even a brand new view on the field of dentistry overall. I am honored to be surrounded by a team of such high skill level and ability, and we are all passionately dedicated to the service we provide each and every day. When you become a patient at Caring Convenient Dentistry, you become a member of the family. Call us today and schedule your appointment, we are excited to serve you!"

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