Are you currently struggling with tooth pain or even a tooth infection? Endodontics dental care can help! When you visit The Smile Designer of Spring, you can look forward to comprehensive endodontic treatment that is designed to remedy your dental concerns and improve the health of your teeth.
Dr. Idriss is committed to helping her patients improve their smiles. Whether you need a root canal or microsurgery, you can trust that you will receive the very best care for your needs.
What Is Endodontics?
Endodontics focuses on what’s inside your teeth. Underneath your tooth enamel lies soft tissue and nerves. When these become infected, you may experience pain and discomfort. A tooth infection is certainly nothing to smile about.
If left alone, the infection can spread throughout your body, resulting in serious – possibly life-threatening – health risks. Thanks to endodontics, we can treat such infections and save your tooth in the process.
You must, however, act fast. The moment that you notice there is a problem, you should immediately contact The Smile Designer of Spring. Dr. Idriss and her dedicated staff can work to effectively stop the infection from spreading by safely removing it from your tooth’s pulp chamber.
This is the area that houses the nerves and tissue. When decay develops inside your tooth, it can eventually spread to the pulp chamber, leaving you with a tooth infection. For this to be safely removed, you will first need to be numbed.
A small hole is then made in your infected tooth, and the infection is drawn out. Once your tooth is sufficiently cleaned, a special compound is used to fill in the tooth. This ensures that infection won’t develop again while restoring the form and function of your tooth.
Call The Smile Designer of Spring Today!
If you are in pain, we urge you to contact The Smile Designer of Spring right away. The sooner that you address your dental problem, the more likely treatment will be successful. During your initial consultation, Dr. Idriss and her team will examine your mouth and teeth and take X-rays if necessary.
Once the root of the problem is identified, we will present you with a treatment plan for resolving your dental concerns. We look forward to hearing from you, and we hope to see you soon!