Root Canals have had a bad reputation over the years but due to modern anesthetic and sedation techniques, root canals are just another filling. But, if you arrived to this page, you are most likely wondering, “What exactly is a root canal?” Stirling Dental Centre would like to provide you with a brief definition of this term. Root canals are used to remove infected pulp tissue from the tooth in order to save the remaining tooth structure.
For many, root canals are a welcome relief following painful nerve sensations. So, in essence, root canals don’t cause pain, they resolve pain.
Have questions about your upcoming root canal? Stirling Dental Centre and its dentists would be happy to answer all of your questions — give us a call, today!