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Skilled Molar Root Canal Therapy in Kings Mountain

We understand that having an infected molar can negatively impact your quality of life in more ways than one. Alliance Dental Group is the place for you if you're looking for a way to treat your infection and protect your smile. We're proud to provide skilled molar root canal therapy to Kings Mountain residents and those in its surrounding communities.

Whether you've just noticed the signs of infection or been dealing with symptoms for some time, our experienced dental team can help get your oral health back on track. We also work hard to help you feel comfortable and relaxed from the moment you walk through our doors. Call or visit us today to schedule your next appointment with our exceptional and compassionate dental team!

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What is Root Canal Therapy?

Your smile has four different types of teeth and each of them performs specific roles. Molars are the largest and broadest of your teeth and feature a thicker coating of enamel that lends to their durability. Given their strength, molars are used to chew and crush tougher foods that other teeth can't. However, even with the durable nature of molars, they're susceptible to damage.

When the surface of your molar is compromised by damage, bacteria can enter its pulp chamber and infect it. Without treatment, a tooth infection can lead to tooth loss and enter your bloodstream, causing severe health complications. Root canal therapy is a dental procedure aimed at eliminating tooth infection at its source and preventing your tooth from becoming infected in the future.

5 Common Signs of Tooth Infection

One of the more challenging aspects of tooth infection is that it can be difficult to know whether you're suffering from it. The only way to know for certain is to visit our dental practice, where our team can perform a comprehensive oral exam. Luckily, there are various outward signs of tooth infection that can help you decide when to seek professional dental treatment. Some of the most common signs your molar may be infected include:

  1. Sensitivity to hot or cold beverages
  2. Oral discomfort when eating
  3. Sudden tooth discoloration
  4. Swollen or tender gums
  5. A visible chip or crack in your tooth

Our Molar Root Canal Therapy Process

We'll begin our Kings Mountain molar root canal treatment by conducting a thorough oral exam using x-ray technology. Once we have a better understanding of your tooth infection's severity, we can then determine how we'll approach it. Our dentist will then aestheticize your molar to ensure that you're comfortable throughout the procedure.

From there, they'll use an instrument to create an opening in your molar to access its infected pulp. We'll remove any infected or damaged tissue and thoroughly clean the area. Afterward, we'll place antibacterial material to prevent any further infection. Our office will also work with you to place a restoration, like a dental crown.

Molar Root Canal Therapy FAQs

It's normal to have various questions about our Kings Mountain molar root canal and endodontic treatment. That's why our friendly and knowledgeable dental team is here to answer any that you may have. Some frequently asked questions about molar root canal therapy include:

Is molar root canal therapy painful?

During molar root canal therapy, our team will do their best to minimize your discomfort throughout your procedure.

Molar root canal treatment is effective at treating infections and saving your tooth. We'll work with you to establish your infection's severity and plan the best course of action to treat it.

It's normal to experience some discomfort following molar root canal therapy as your tooth heals. Our dentist may recommend over-the-counter pain medication to help manage your pain. Should any discomfort persist after a couple of weeks, contact our dental practice so that we can pinpoint the cause and get you out of pain.

We recommend that you brush and floss your teeth regularly. In addition, if you reduce your intake of sugary or acidic foods, you can help prevent your tooth from getting cavities through which bacteria can enter the soft inner pulp.

Your Office for Molar Root Canal Treatment in Kings Mountain

At Alliance Dental Group, we're passionate about helping you enjoy a healthy and beautiful smile. That's why we provide skilled Kings Mountain molar root canal treatment to eliminate infection and protect your oral health. No matter how severe your infection may be, our experienced dental team is here to get your smile back on track. Contact us today to schedule your next appointment and discover how our services can improve your overall well-being!

CALL US: (704) 741-7754 REQUEST APPOINTMENT


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