Root Canal Therapy
We want to help smiles stay healthy with endodontic care from Cupertino Family & Cosmetic Dentistry!
Our hope is that with regular general dentistry checkups at Cupertino Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Cupertino residents can avoid root canal therapy. However, if you find yourself in need of root canal therapy, it’s good to know you can rely on the same dental office where you receive your other dental care. Without root canal therapy, a tooth infection can lead to tooth loss – keeping your smile whole and healthy is what we’re all about, which is why we offer this vital service.
Root canal therapy sounds scary to most people, but our highly trained and experienced Cupertino dentists can perform root canal therapy that will be surprisingly comfortable. We clean out the infected tooth, seal the tooth, and place a dental crown for extra protection. If your tooth infection has been causing chronic tooth pain, root canal therapy will clear up the pain. And this procedure will keep your infected tooth from becoming an even bigger problem. Root canal therapy tends to be less expensive than having the tooth extracted and replaced!
The signs that you might need root canal therapy include pain, sensitivity, tenderness, swelling, drainage, tooth discoloration, and even tenderness of the lymph nodes. For some, symptoms never develop, so it’s important to get checked by a dentist routinely. Contact us immediately for an appointment if you’re experiencing any chronic tooth pain.
Visit Cupertino Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Cupertino for your complete dental care including root canal therapy. Patients come to us from Los Altos, Saratoga, Los Gatos, and surrounding communities because they know they can expect a certain level of care, service, and comfort. We invite you to contact us today for an appointment.
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