The Treatment Plan for a Toothache Often Involves Endodontic Therapy

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Even minor toothache pain should not be taken lightly. It is often a sign that some form of trauma or tooth decay has affected the sensitive core structures of the tooth. In a case like this, you can turn to the specialist care available at Advanced Endodontics & Microsurgery of Stamford, PC’s endodontic clinic in Stamford, Connecticut. Fast treatment from our team can help address toothache pain for it has a chance to worsen into an even more critical oral health problem.

After a thorough examination, Dr. Allen Rosenthal and their team will help you understand the most effective treatment plan. This often calls for them to perform a endodontic therapy.

More commonly known as a root canal this mode of treatment is designed to safely remove the distressed dental tissues from the core of the tooth. This will also involve removing all traces of the tooth’s enamel layer.

Then the structural integrity of the tooth will be rebuilt to form an abutment. This small post will eventually anchor a dental crown restoration which will fully replace the original tooth enamel layer with an alternate material.

If you live in the Stamford, Connecticut, area and you are experiencing toothache pain, you should call 203-324-9239 to seek treatment at Advanced Endodontics & Microsurgery of Stamford, PC’s endodontic clinic.