There may be no other dental procedure that conjures up dental phobia like root canals. First, we can assure you that the root canals of the past are not what you will experience today at Magnolia Park Dental.
What Is a Root Canal?
Root canal therapy is needed when nerves in the canal of your tooth’s root become infected, inflamed or damaged. The procedure involves exposing the canals so the damaged or otherwise affected root nerves can be gently removed, eliminating the cause of toothaches and discomfort. The canals are then sealed over and left strong and healthy.
Save Your Natural Teeth
Root canals are a great dental procedure because taking the infection out can save the natural tooth and roots while helping you get rid of pain. We recommend preserving the natural tooth, and when done properly, root canal therapy does exactly that.
Why Come Here?
Dr. Brady Camp and his fantastic staff at Magnolia Park Dental have dedicated themselves to providing compassionate and top-quality dental care to the wonderful people of Coppell and the surrounding area. We know that some dental procedures can be intimidating and sometimes cause minor of major anxiety for people. We, therefore, take our time with each and every patient to make sure they feel confident and comfortable throughout the entire root canal procedure.
The terrible stories you heard about root canals as a child, or perhaps even experienced first hand, belong in the past. With the advanced dental technology available when visiting Magnolia Park Dental for a root canal treatment, you can be pain-free in no time. In fact, we even offer sedation dentistry to help calm our patients with severe dental phobia so the procedure is more comfortable for you.
Contact Us Today
Don’t let fear of the dentist scare you away from a treatment that has dramatically improved in recent years. It’s not worth living through the pain of damaged teeth and toothaches. Call us today to schedule a visit, and you will see why our patients love us and trust us to care for themselves and their families.