Preserve Your Natural Teeth with Endodontic Treatment at Anderson & Breding Dental

Don't lose your natural teeth! Anderson & Breding Dental in Fargo, ND provides advanced endodontic treatments to save teeth and relieve pain.

What is endodontics?
Endodontics is a branch of dentistry focused on the diagnosis and treatment of dental pulp and the tissues surrounding the roots of the teeth. Commonly known as root canal therapy, endodontic treatment aims to save infected or damaged teeth from extraction.

When is endodontic treatment necessary?
Endodontic treatment is necessary when the dental pulp becomes infected or inflamed due to deep decay, trauma, cracks or fractures in the tooth, or repeated dental procedures. Symptoms may include severe toothache, sensitivity to hot or cold, swelling, or a pimple on the gum.

How does endodontic treatment work?
During endodontic treatment at Anderson & Breding Dental, the infected or inflamed dental pulp is removed, and the root canal system is cleaned, disinfected, and sealed to prevent further infection. A dental crown may be placed to restore the tooth's strength and function.

Is endodontic treatment painful?
With modern techniques and anesthesia, endodontic treatment is typically not painful. You may experience some discomfort or sensitivity during the procedure, but any pain can be managed with over-the-counter or prescription medication.

What are the benefits of endodontic treatment?
Endodontic treatment allows you to preserve your natural teeth, maintain proper chewing function, and avoid the need for tooth extraction and replacement. It also alleviates pain and discomfort caused by dental infections, restoring your oral health and quality of life.

Can all teeth be saved with endodontic treatment?
In most cases, endodontic treatment can save teeth that would otherwise require extraction. However, the success of treatment depends on factors such as the extent of the infection, the condition of the tooth, and the patient's overall oral health.

Ready to save your natural teeth with endodontic treatment?

Absolutely! Contact us at Anderson & Breding Dental in Fargo, ND, at (701) 232-1368 to schedule your endodontic consultation and preserve your smile for years to come!

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