Root Canal Treatment in Englishtown, NJ

Root Canal Treatment in Englishtown, NJ

If you suffer from severe toothache with increased sensitivity and discomfort when eating your food, you may have a tooth infection. If left untreated, the tooth infection will spread further and eventually result in tooth loss. In the past, impaired teeth were removed entirely. Today, root canal procedures can save many teeth that would otherwise be lost.

At Ardent Dental Arts in Englishtown, New Jersey, we perform efficient root canal procedures to cure the infection and salvage your tooth.

What Is a Root Canal?

Root canal treatment entails the removal of a tooth’s infected pulp. Once the decay is removed, the root canal pulp is cleaned, shaped, filled, and sealed. If the infected pulp is left untreated, pus can accumulate at the root tip in the gumline, forming an abscess. An abscess can deteriorate the surrounding bone and cause acute pain.

Common Causes of Root Canal Infections

The most common reasons for a damaged or infected pulp include a crack in the tooth, a naturally deep tooth cavity, or an injury to a tooth, such as a hard blow to the tooth. Severe or untreated dental decay, advanced gum disease, and chronic tooth grinding could also lead to the damaged or infected tooth pulp.

Symptoms of Root Canal Infections

  • Pain in the tooth
  • Sensitivity to hot or cold foods
  • Loosening of the tooth
  • Pain when chewing or biting
  • Inflammation of gums around the affected tooth
  • Discharge of pus around the affected tooth
  • Swelling of the face or jaw

Root Canal Procedure

Root canal treatment consists of several steps, so we generally recommend two to three appointments to complete the procedure. First, Dr. Ravneet Nanda will examine the affected tooth and take an X-ray. Once your root canal infection is confirmed, we will use local anesthesia to numb the tooth. An opening is made on the crown to access the infected pulp. Then small dental files are used to remove the diseased pulp.

The files will further mold and prepare the pulp chamber and root canals for a filling material. At the same time, Dr. Ravneet Nanda will also use an antibacterial solution to rinse the pulp chamber and root canals. Once the space is prepared and cleaned, we will use a rubber-like filling known as gutta-percha to fill the root canal spaces and seal them completely using adhesive cement. 

After a healing period, we will place a crown restoration to strengthen further and protect the tooth. The crown will restore the aesthetics and functioning of your impaired tooth. 

Ardent Dental Arts, located in Englishtown, NJ is equipped with expert dentists and the latest amenities that enable the best dental care facilities for the patients. Call us at (732) 627-4108 and schedule an appointment with the dentist to know more about dental treatments provided at the dentistry. 

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Location

14 Wilson Ave #4, Englishtown, NJ 07726

Office Hours

MON - WED 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

THU 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

FRI - SAT 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

SUN Closed

Get in Touch

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (732) 627-4108