Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment New Zealand

A “root canal” is not exactly a treatment but part of the tooth. It is a hollow-in structure tooth that contains nerve tissues, blood vessels, and pulp. This tooth has its roots in the jawbone. By virtue of bacterial attack, the pulp gets affected. The rotting of pulp and nerve tissue is often what calls for endodontic therapy or as popularly known as the root canal treatment.

Reasons for a root canal treatment

A tooth becomes infected when bacteria enter the nerve (pulp) of the tooth. This can occur due to:

Usually, you will become aware of an infected tooth due to toothache – and you should visit your Ferns dentist for a check-up as soon as possible. If an infection is left untreated, this can lead to a dental abscess, which is a collection of pus in the bone underneath the infected tooth.

At Fern Dental Family Care New Zealand, we employ the latest technology and methods to treat root canals and use high quality & safe fillers. To restore the normal function-ability of the tooth, we provide a crown and keep a regular tab on how the patient is recovering from the treatment.

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We will send you a confirmation within 24 hours. Emergency? Call us at: +64 21 229 5927