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In traditional dentistry, when a tooth became infected by severe decay or trauma it would need to be extracted. Root canal therapy was introduced to save an infected tooth by removing the infected tissue at the source, via a hole created in the top of the tooth by the dentist. With advancements in dental technology and techniques, our root canal treatment should cause no more discomfort than that of a regular filling! Classic Smiles uses the latest computerised root canal devices to ensure that your root canal treatment goes smoothly. We will provide you with a fixed price quotation prior to proceeding with root canal therapy.
Each tooth has three main layers; the outside enamel (which is one of the toughest materials found in the body), the middle layer called dentin, and the innermost layer which is referred to as the ‘pulp’. When a tooth is affected by decay and is left untreated, the bacteria can work its way through the enamel and dentin until it reaches the soft pulp, which results in inflammation, pain and ultimately infection.
It is this pulp that is removed during a root canal treatment and if a substantial amount requires removal, our dentists will place a dental crown over the tooth to further protect it from future infection and to help strengthen its structure. The placement of a dental crown is the number one factor that determines success of a root canal treatment on back teeth. If you have had a root canal on a back tooth without a crown being placed, you should get a crown now.
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Classic Smiles Dental, through Dr William Zafiropoulos , uses expertise and knowledge on state-of-the-art dental surgery to provide precision and excellence in cosmetic dentistry, teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, composite veneers, Invisalign, Ceramic porcelain fillings and minor orthodontic dentistry.
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