Still haven’t overcome that crippling pain after a root canal? Sounds like the procedure didn’t go quite as planned. But hey… don’t worry yourself to the bones—there’s always a solution…even for the solution. All you have to do is make some time for a quick trip to Apex Endodontics. There our top-notch specialists will help fix what went wrong with your 10954 root canal.
When it comes to toothaches, it’s hard to determine what the source is. Of course, if it’s a tooth you just recently had a root canal on, then there’s a good chance that it’s the byproduct of a botched procedure. Keep an eye out for some of these tell-tale signs: some amount of swelling and tenderness when tapping on the tooth. If a recently operated tooth is exhibiting any of these symptoms, don’t waste any time in seeking out a professional as soon as possible. So what could cause a root canal to fail? Well, it can be linked to several possibilities. Endodontic treatment can fail when there is an additional canal within the tooth—beyond what was anticipated. You see, the lower incisors can have a second (hidden) canal just behind the first one. Sometimes obstructions can make it difficult for dentists to properly clean the entire canal, allowing for bacteria to rush in. With that said, if you’re wanting information, or if you’d like to go ahead and fix what’s ailing you, don’t hesitate to contact Apex Endodontics. We’ll patch the 10954 root canal right up.
Sound good? Our patients certainly think so. Give yourself a fighter’s chance at overcoming that crippling discomfort. Reach out to us via phone or e-mail. Our staff will then promptly schedule an appointment with us at Apex Endodontics. And then you’ll be well on your way to treating that 10954 root canal.