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A Root Canal Doesn't Have To Be Scary

We provide endodontic treatment in Pasadena for your tooth pain at Pasadena Advanced Dentistry

Sometimes the pulp inside of the tooth gets infected. This happens when the tooth has been damaged or decayed beyond repair. A root canal will save the natural tooth by removing the infected pulp and nerve. After the root canal in Pasadena is completed, a dental crown is placed to make sure the tooth is protected and safe. If you are in dental pain or have been referred for endodontic treatment, Dr. George J. Hanna and the team at Pasadena Advanced Dentistry are here to help. Don’t delay with an infected tooth - call Dr. George J. Hanna and the team today!
Sometimes the pulp inside of the tooth gets infected. This happens when the tooth has been damaged or decayed beyond repair. A root canal will save the natural tooth by removing the infected pulp and nerve. After the root canal in Pasadena is completed, a dental crown is placed to make sure the tooth is protected and safe. If you are in dental pain or have been referred for endodontic treatment, Dr. George J. Hanna and the team at Pasadena Advanced Dentistry are here to help. Don’t delay with an infected tooth - call Dr. George J. Hanna and the team today!

Have Tooth Pain That Will Not Go Away?

At Pasadena Advanced Dentistry, pain-free root canals in Pasadena are a common procedure to save teeth

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Do I Need A Root Canal?

The team at Pasadena Advanced Dentistry can help you with a root canal in Pasadena

Inside a tooth there are connective tissues, a nerve and blood vessels. These tissues are referred to as dental pulp. The pulp helps your teeth grow. Endodontic therapy (also known as a root canal) is used when the pulp has decayed beyond repair. Endodontic therapy is used to save your tooth so that the actual tooth stays intact in the jaw. Although root canals have a reputation for being painful, most people say they are no more painful than a regular filling. Some signs that you may need a root canal in Pasadena include: severe toothache, sensitivity to temperatures, discoloration, swelling or a recurring pimple on the gums. During a root canal, the endodontist will clean and shape the canal inside your tooth. Once the infected pulp has been fully cleaned, the tooth will be filled with a special filling material. Then, the tooth is sealed to prevent further infection. After the tooth has healed, you will likely need a dental crown. A dental crown is used to protect and secure your natural tooth. After your crown is placed, brush and floss as normal and be sure to reach out if you have any questions. If you think that you may be in need of endodontic treatment or may have an infection, give us a call today at (626) 449-2231. We are here to help!
Inside a tooth there are connective tissues, a nerve and blood vessels. These tissues are referred to as dental pulp. The pulp helps your teeth grow. Endodontic therapy (also known as a root canal) is used when the pulp has decayed beyond repair. Endodontic therapy is used to save your tooth so that the actual tooth stays intact in the jaw. Although root canals have a reputation for being painful, most people say they are no more painful than a regular filling. Some signs that you may need a root canal in Pasadena include: severe toothache, sensitivity to temperatures, discoloration, swelling or a recurring pimple on the gums. During a root canal, the endodontist will clean and shape the canal inside your tooth. Once the infected pulp has been fully cleaned, the tooth will be filled with a special filling material. Then, the tooth is sealed to prevent further infection. After the tooth has healed, you will likely need a dental crown. A dental crown is used to protect and secure your natural tooth. After your crown is placed, brush and floss as normal and be sure to reach out if you have any questions. If you think that you may be in need of endodontic treatment or may have an infection, give us a call today at (626) 449-2231. We are here to help!
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Dental pain is terrible! That is why the team is always here to help you. If you are in pain in Pasadena and think you might need a root canal, we will do our best to see you as soon as possible. Give Pasadena Advanced Dentistry a call today so that we can help you get out of pain and back to optimal health!

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Painless root canals in Pasadena at Pasadena Advanced Dentistry

“The best way to save an extremely infected tooth is a root canal. I know that sounds scary, but it’s really not. We use a local anesthetic so that you feel no pain at all. And I am here to help answer any questions that you have before, during and after the procedure.”

“The best way to save an extremely infected tooth is a root canal. I know that sounds scary, but it’s really not. We use a local anesthetic so that you feel no pain at all. And I am here to help answer any questions that you have before, during and after the procedure.”

Dr. George J. Hanna
Pasadena Advanced Dentistry
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