Root Canals in Troy, Ohio
Get The Treatment You Need To Restore Damaged Teeth.
Save Broken and Infected Teeth With Root Canal Therapy.
Root Canals Really Can Be Comfortable and Stress-Free!
When a tooth damaged—either due to injury or infection—down to the inner core of the tooth, your dentist may recommend root canal therapy. During root canal therapy our dental team is able to clear away the damaged portions of your tooth, including the dental tissues and roots that reside in the inner dental structure.
Once we have cleared away the compromised dental material, we are able to clean and restore the tooth. Root canal therapy can literally save a tooth that would otherwise fall out or need to be pulled.
Why so many patients choose our Troy dentists for root canal therapy:
Comfortable Root Canals
Using modern sedation treatments our dentists make root canal treatment remarkably pain and stress-free. Our dental team offers a number of sedation options—from localized anesthesia, to oral conscious sedation—so that you can complete treatment calmly and comfortably.
Count On Experience
Our dental team has years of education and experience, including thousands of hours of post-doctoral training in restorative dentistry. We use state-of-the-art technology to provide the high-quality, convenient root canal therapy that you need to stay well.
Many dental patients don’t even realize that they need root canal therapy until they start to experience pain and inconvenience due to dental damage. When dental problems pop up, our team offers flexible scheduling and emergency appointments to restore your smile quickly.
Our dentist whitens teeth using customized bleaching trays and highly effective whitening gel. Generally, patients wear their whitening trays at night for 3 weeks or less to achieve whitening results.
Carbamide Peroxide is the active ingredient in our dental whitening gels. Carbamide Peroxide actually penetrates the dental enamel layer, so that discoloration within the tooth can be broken up and carried away. This whitening method delivers impressive results without carrying a high risk of dental sensitivity
Dental implants are surgically implanted replacement teeth—they are grounded in the jawbone with a titanium root. Our dentist can place a dental implant as a stand-alone replacement tooth, or use a dental implant to stabilize facial prosthetics.
Crowns and Bridges
If your teeth are damaged, decayed, or missing, our dentist can restore your smile using dental crowns and bridges. A crown is used to restore a damaged tooth, so that it looks natural and is functional. A bridge is used to replace one more multiple teeth; a bridge is bonded to your natural teeth—this is an alternative to a partial denture.
Dentures and Partials
Dentures and partials are used to replace missing teeth for the upper and/or lower jaw. Complete dentures replace all of the teeth, while partial dentures are used when a few teeth are missing. Full and partial dentures are removable, and they sit on top of the patient’s gum tissue.
Dental veneers are cosmetic restorations that are bonded to a patient’s natural tooth material. Because a veneer covers the entire surface area of the tooth, it can be used to make the tooth look whiter, longer, undamaged, wider, and straighter. You can transform anywhere from a single tooth to your entire smile with dental veneers.
Dental bonding involves applying dental resin to damaged or unsightly teeth in order to improve them. Our dentist will shade the resin to suit your particular teeth. Dental bonding is often used to repair small cracks and chips in dental enamel.
Gum Tissue Reshaping
If you have excessive or uneven gum tissue, our dentist can subtly contour your gum tissue in order to give your smile a more balanced, attractive appearance.
Take the next step to a better smile
- Schedule your complimentary consultation today by calling or Schedule Online.
- Download our New Patient Special. $1 Welcome Exam or Half Price Teeth Whitening.
- Download our Root Canals Information Packet.
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About Our Dentists
Our dentists are highly skilled and educated. They pursue continuing education with some of the leading dental clinicians in the world to enable them to provide exceptional care.