Root Canal Glen Dale: How Dr. Wylie Made Procedure Safe & Cringe-Free
- Posted on: Aug 15 2013
At some point in life, you are going to experience having some decay in your tooth or teeth for that matter. Tooth decay is a progressive phenomenon in the sense that you may not likely be able to stop its progress. The decay would spread throughout and damage the whole tooth or even compromise neighbouring healthy teeth. At some point the decay would cause extreme pain and produce infection, which would eventually lead you to a scenario to decide having your damaged tooth extracted.
Actually, the above scenario is the traditional, if not old school approach, as what can really be done now is to try to save the tooth, if possible, from getting permanently pulled out. Indeed, there is a way out for a damaged tooth without having it actually taken out: root canal treatment. The said treatment involves the use of today’s advanced tools and technology to successfully save an infected tooth from extraction.
Specifically, a specialist dentist will remove the pulp from the center of a tooth and then fill the pulp cavity. This procedure can prevent the development of a painful infection in the pulp that may spread to other teeth. A root canal can also treat an infection that has developed into an abscessed tooth – in the process, promoting the relief from toothache, stopping infection, and promoting healing to you as patient.
Glen Dale Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Charles Wylie performs root canal treatments and therapies in simple and easy manner. In other words, you don’t have to crinch or flinch from discomfort – after all, you have safe sedation and relaxant options right upon the first step of procedure.
Dr. Wylie’s sedation options can provide you with an anxiety free experience that you may not even remember. During the root canal Glen Dale he also removes the infection and seals off the inside of the tooth to prevent further problems and relieve pain.
For more information call (304-845-2480) and schedule a consultation with Wylie Dental today.