Root Canal

When tooth decay reaches a certain point, the entire tooth becomes at risk. If the infection spreads, it can mean potentially losing the tooth. That is why it is essential to seek root canal treatment as soon as possible. However, if you visit a skilled endodontist, they can save your tooth and have you back to normal in no time at all. As the best 24-hour endodontist Beverly Hills has, you can count on Maz Endodontics to keep your smile safe and healthy.

At Maz Endodontics, we are the root canal treatment specialists. Our Endodontist believes in saving teeth. We know that tooth infections, when left untreated, can lead to tooth loss. Dr. Maz Ebrahimi is an expert on endodontic root canal therapy. In fact, Dr. Maz is the only Endodontist that’s IV sedation certified in Beverly Hills & Los Angeles. So our dental office is more than capable of providing comfort and pain relief for you.

Do I Need A Root Canal?

If you’re suffering from severe tooth pain from an infection, then yes, you need a root canal. Tooth infections can spread to the center of your teeth. This inner area is what’s known as the dental pulp. Within your pulp is a myriad of nerves, tissues, and blood vessels. These internal tissues are susceptible and, when infected, cause tremendous pain. If left untreated, the infection can spread to other teeth.

Consider root canal therapy if you experience or see any of the following:

  • severe or spontaneous pain
  • sensitivity with hot or cold food and drink
  • pain when biting down or chewing
  • swelling in the gums
  • teeth discoloration
  • gum sensitivity
  • pus or abscess present
  • swelling and tenderness in jaw lymph nodes
  • bad breath that doesn’t go away

How Does Treatment Work?

The leading cause of tooth pain needing a root canal is infection. So the first step is for the Endodontist to create a small hole to the infection site. Then the dental pulp will be removed and, if needed, the roots. Removing tooth roots won’t harm your teeth once they’re fully matured.

In fact, removing the roots will help stop the infection spread. Dr. Maz will then clean the inner tooth to ensure the infection is gone. He carefully ensures that the entire tooth is clean to prevent the infection from returning. He will then typically prescribe antibiotics. This prescription will help ensure that any lingering infection is treated and eliminated. After the pulp is cleaned and shaped, the dentist will fill and seal it properly.

Is Root Canal Painful?

Despite dentistry advancements, Root Canals still have a reputation for being very painful. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Modern-day root canals are actually entirely pain-free for many patients. In fact, root canals will help stop your severe tooth pain. Root canal therapy will address the exact cause of your pain while saving your tooth. While it cans till sound intimidating, it is actually a straightforward and pain-relieving process.

At Maz Endodontics, we prioritize your comfort during treatment. This is why our Beverly Hills Dentist Office can provide a painless procedure. Yes, we can do root canals without the pain now with IV sedation. No longer do patients need to feel any pain or discomfort with treatment. Our certified IV dentist can provide anesthesia that will help you relax.

My Pain Went Away On Its Own, Do I Still Need A Root Canal?

Patients many times think the worst is over when their sudden tooth pain goes away. They believe the infection has self-healed, and they don’t need treatment. Unfortunately, this is a huge mistake! When you stop feeling pain from a tooth infection, this means that the bacteria have killed off the nerves that transmit pain. This false sense of security will cause more harm long term. One of them being the infection can continue to spread. The other that your tooth is now weak and can be susceptible to fracture. If your teeth get fractures, it will most likely need extracting.

It is always better to seek treatment as soon as possible. Even for minor concerns, waiting can often only lead to a worse condition. Unlike other parts of your body, your teeth more often need medical assistance to fight off infections or problems. Don’t risk losing a tooth! Call us today to get the help you need at any hour of the day.

Is There An Alternative To A Root Canal?

Our dental office now provides GentleWave for patients seeking root canal alternatives. This ultra cleaning procedure will help preserve your natural tooth. It’s minimally invasive with outstanding clinical results. GentleWave® technology is fantastic at cleaning and disinfecting the root canal system.

So if you’re experiencing excruciating tooth pain, contact Maz Endodontics right now. We’re available 24/7, serving all patients in the Beverly Hills and Los Angeles areas. Call to schedule an immediate appointment today. Get pain free treatment by the best Endodontist in Beverly Hills.

Can I Wait?

That is a definite No!. If you believe you are suffering from an infected tooth, you should seek treatment immediately. There are cases where the infection can spread from the tooth and begin affecting your body. Treating these cases is much more challenging than performing a root canal treatment.

At the first sign of an infection, we advise you to contact your local Beverly Hills endodontist. Dr. Maz has helped countless patients find relief from tooth infections. Call us today to find relief from the pain of an infected tooth.

Schedule Your Appointment Today

Don’t wait to treat an affected tooth. The longer you wait to have a root canal treatment, the more you put your tooth at risk. Many patients put off visits to the dentist because a root canal can be intimidating. But a Gentlewave treatment is fast, comfortable, and effective. Schedule your appointment today to see if you need a root canal treatment. We look forward to helping restore your smile in a friendly, stress-free environment. Our goal is to keep your teeth healthy and bright.

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