Philadelphia PA dental clinic
We hope you never do have a dental emergency, but should you ever experience a toothache or other dental problem, contact us at The Tabas Center for Advanced Dentistry. At our Philadelphia PA dental clinic, our top-notch dentist, Dr. Norman Tabas, can provide you with treatment for dental emergencies.
There are many different types of dental emergencies, all of which can be addressed and treated at our Philadelphia PA dental clinic. If you have a toothache, this indeed constitutes a dental emergency. A toothache can be caused by many different reasons. If a tooth has damaged or infected pulp, you will need to have a root canal treatment to alleviate the pain and infection in your mouth. The good news is that root canal treatments can now be done at our office while our patients remain in total comfort. This is due to our office’s state-of-the-art equipment, our dentist’s use of modern dental techniques, and our modern dental anesthesia. If a root canal treatment is not provided, the tooth will only worsen in condition and will eventually fall out on its own. If our dentist determines that your tooth cannot be saved by root canal treatment, it will need to be extracted. The tooth can then be replaced with a dental implant or a dental bridge. When wisdom teeth have problems trying to erupt, they can become very painful. Whenever wisdom teeth are causing any type of tooth pain or disruption in your mouth, it is recommended that they are removed. This is because wisdom teeth are not needed for chewing, or for clear speech. Wisdom teeth are not replaced once they are extracted. Other types of dental problems that we treat are teeth that have been dislodged or avulsed. Dental emergencies can also occur when a cap or veneer becomes loose or falls off.
For an appointment to be seen for a dental emergency at our Philadelphia PA dental clinic, simply contact our office and let us know the reason for your call.
Philadelphia root canal
If you are experiencing tooth pain when you eat something hot or cold, it may be a sign that you have an infection in your tooth. If this is the case, you will definitely want to visit our dental practice because it sounds like you may be needing an immediate root canal treatment. At The Tabas Center for Advanced Dentistry, you will be able to be seen by our expert dentist, Dr. Norman Tabas. Dr. Tabas has been providing exemplary dental care to our South Philly community for more than 30 years. When you come to our dental practice, our dentist will assess your individual situation to determine the cause of your tooth pain and to see if you will benefit from a Philadelphia root canal.
A Philadelphia root canal treatment will be performed to save the life of the tooth. If the tooth is infected or damaged and needs root canal therapy, it will never get better by itself. In fact, if the tooth does not receive a Philadelphia root canal treatment, it will end up falling out, or need to be extracted. When a tooth is infected, it is very dangerous to leave it in your mouth, untreated, because infection can spread to other parts of your mouth or even to other parts of your body. However, a root canal treatment can be effective in over 90% of cases. After our dentist has had a chance to review your individual situation he can determine whether or not the root canal treatment will be effective for you.
When you have a Philadelphia root canal procedure you will remain in total comfort. Our dentist will gain access to the center of your tooth and thoroughly clean out the tooth and root canal system. Then your tooth will be sealed to keep any bacteria from reentering the tooth. Your tooth will most likely need to be restored using a porcelain crown, however, a temporary crown will be installed right after the root canal treatment. Root canal treatment can take one or two visits depending on the extent of the treatment that needs to be performed. Our dentist will be able to provide you with specific information regarding your treatment time once he has had a chance to examine your tooth and take any necessary x-rays. If you have a painful tooth and feel you may need a root canal, contact our office for an appointment. Let them know the exact nature of your call so they will be able to get you into our office as soon as possible. The sooner a root canal treatment is performed, the greater chance there is of it being successful.