Do you need a root canal?
Root canals are a more invasive treatment that many people find to be a rather unpleasant experience. However, with our extensive experience and the latest dentistry equipment, we can make your root canal as painless and easy as possible.
What does a root canal do?
Inside your tooth there is something called pulp tissue which is made up of nerves and blood vessels which grow and develop your teeth. A root canal drills through obstructions and makes way for the pult tissue.
Root canal treatment can be required when a deep cavity works its way through the tooth into the pulp tissue and destroys it. Also, when your tooth is moved or knocked out the pulp may become obstructed. In cases like this, a tunnel needs to be made for the nerves to reconnect.
Enamel Formation: More Complex Than You Think
However you choose to whiten your teeth, prepare yourself for some slight discomfort in the gums and possible tooth sensitivity.
Tooth-whitening toothpastes have chemicals that are added to their formulas and some people are more sensitive to them than others — check your toothpaste, it could be the culprit.
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