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Endodontist Chicago

Your teeth are extremely important, and you want to have a great smile. However, teeth sometimes experience trauma, or suffer from inflammation or infection. Fortunately, there is often a way to save the natural tooth with the proper treatment! Whenever pulp damage occurs, you may need to turn to your endodontist in Chicago. Endodontic treatment is aimed at saving teeth through restorative methods such as a root canal. Your endodontist will be able to perform the correct procedure to the inside of your tooth in order to save it, whether this treatment is a root canal, root canal retreatment, an apicoectemy, or another surgery.

Saving Your Teeth

There are many benefits to turning to your endodontist in Chicago. Rather than letting your tooth become more infected, you can seek the treatment you need, leading to a saved tooth! Your natural tooth is always better than a dental implant or veneer, because you will be able to bite and chew better, provide protection to your other teeth, you will have a more natural appearance, and more. When your dentist tells you that you will need a root canal, or another endodontic surgery, it is important to do so, because the alternative is losing your tooth.

The Actual Procedure

The most common endodontic treatment is a root canal, though there are also microsurgeries that our endodontists in Chicago can perform as well. When you get a root canal, your endodontist will remove the inflamed or infected pulp inside your tooth. They will then clean out the inside of your tooth, and fill and seal it with a material called “gutta-percha”. Finally, they will add a crown or filling for protection. Post-restoration, your tooth will function like a normal, healthy tooth! Though it is a simple procedure, it is essential that it is done as early as possible to prevent any further damage.

Your Endodontist Chicago

The first step to your endodontic treatment will be to find the perfect endodontist in Chicago. Here at Dental Specialists of South Loop and North Shore, we have two convenient locations, a team of experts, and the experience to complete the procedure correctly and efficiently. At your consultation, we will take X-rays to determine the extent of the damage, along with the correct surgery to perform. We will discuss each step of the procedure with you, and answer any questions you may have. Contact one of our two locations to schedule your consultation today!

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South Loop Dental Specialists

850 South Wabash, Suite 240
Chicago, IL 60605

312-356-4700

Dental Specialists of North Shore

2420 Ravine Way, Suite 400
Glenview, IL 60025

847-729-5855