Advanced Family Dentistry on the current COVID-19 situation

We will be open for emergency cases only on Tuesdays and Thursdays till 6th April. We are closed for any other cases until further notice on the current situation.

613 Amherst St, Nashua, NH 03063     (603) 821-9046     Get Socialized :

Root Canal & Endodontic Treatment Nashua, NH

Board certified endodontist. Emergencies treated promptly

Do you want your beautiful and natural smile to sustain? Then, go for endodontic treatments. It will save you from all the dental issues which might have a chance of emerging in the future. The treatment will also allow you to eat all your favorite food items and can keep your root canal intact throughout your life.

If you live in Nashua and looking for a proper root treatment, then get in touch with us at (603) 821-9046 to book an appointment.

Our primary goal is to save your natural teeth whenever possible. Our practice specializes in endodontics, commonly referred to as root canal therapy.

When Do You Need Root Canal Treatment

Endodontics is the treatment of the pulp and surrounding tissues of a tooth. Root canal, or endodontic, treatment may be necessary when the pulp tissue inside the root canals of a tooth becomes infected or damaged, which can be caused by dental trauma or decay.

The pulp, which is located inside the root canals, contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue. A tooth generally has between one and four root canals. A root canal procedure may be performed on a single root canal or multiple root canals within a tooth.

Root Canals Treatment – How it is Done

During this procedure, the crown of the tooth is opened, allowing the doctor to access the root canal. The pulp tissue in the infected root canal is removed and the canals cleaned. A series of files is used to remove any remaining tissue, slightly enlarge the canals, and smooth the walls of the canals.

Once the infection has completely cleared up, which could take a few days or longer, the root canals are sealed with a material called gutta percha or with root canal sealer to prevent bacteria or debris from entering the root canals and causing further infection. Finally, the crown of the tooth is sealed with a filling or crown.

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