Are you tired of your toothache waking you in the middle of the night in agony? Is the amount of over the counter pain killers you have been taking to relieve the discomfort on the border line maximum, while you are still not finding relief? This is because you are treating only a symptom of your problem, and not the source of the trouble. The only sure fire way to rid yourself of a root canal infection, the cause behind severe toothaches, is with a course of root canal therapy from your local Philadelphia root canal dentist. At the Tabas Center for Advanced Dentistry our team can provide the personal and effective care you need to get back to a smile that his healthy and free from pain once more.
Many of us try to put off visiting our trusted Philadelphia root canal dentist, Dr. Tabas, until the very last moment, often when the pain becomes simply too much to take any longer. However, this is never a good idea in any scenario, and it becomes especially more dangerous when the matter at hand is a root canal infection. If you have a toothache which becomes worse in pain when introduced to hot or cold food and drink, a darkened spot or otherwise discoloration that marks the site of the infection differently than your other teeth, then you are experiencing the symptoms of a root canal infection. These types of infections can be dangerous to the health of your smile, as well as the rest of your body. In some cases the infection can become severe enough to warrant the removal of the entire if not treated promptly, and in others the infection can actually move from the roots of your tooth to spread to the rest of your body.
With a visit to your professional Philadelphia root canal dentist you can be on the path to a smile that is healthy and pain-free once more through root canal therapy that targets the source of your pain, the infected roots and pulp of your tooth. By carefully removing the infected regions of your tooth through state of the art procedure, your doctor can then fill the space with medication to ward off any infection from coming back. Once this is complete our dentist, Dr. Norman Tabas, can then seal the area permanently with a filling or crown to heal the damage caused by your root canal infection. Only once the infection is removed can the toothache stop and your mouth begin to heal. Our dental team at the Tabas Center for Advanced Dentistry have been healing smiles with root canal therapy for over 30 years in gentle and effective oral health care you can trust to relieve your pain and return your smile to perfect health.