Monthly July, 2014
A dental root canal procedure is performed on a tooth that is severely damaged, infected, or extensively decayed. The procedure allows a tooth in this kind of condition to remain functional. The tooth is treated, then covered with a crown, so you can continue to use the tooth rather than having it extracted and replaced.
Root canal treatment has a largely undeserved reputation as a difficult procedure to have performed. In reality, a root canal is no more difficult than having a filling, and can often be the best way to prevent tooth loss if a tooth is severely infected or damaged. Root Canal Treatment The root canal is a