Root Canal Treatment – Coral Springs, FL

Preserve Your Natural Teeth & Stop Your Pain

When our patients hear that they need a root canal, their first reaction is typically panic. This is due to all of the misinformation and rumors floating around about this procedure, like how scary it is or that it’s painful. You’ll be relieved to know that neither of these myths are true! Not only is this procedure simple and virtually pain-free, but it also allows us to cure painful toothaches caused by infections and preserve your natural tooth. To learn more, you can get in touch with our Coral Springs dental team directly or read on!


Why Choose Kulick Dental Group for Root Canal Treatment?

  • Virtually Pain-Free Treatment
  • Customized, Strong Dental Crowns
  • Dental Sedation Available

Do I Need Root Canal Treatment?

Woman with toothache at dentist's office

Typically, we tell our patients to keep an eye out for the following symptoms between appointments:

  • Pain when biting down
  • Dark discoloration on one tooth
  • Red, inflamed, or bleeding gums
  • A blister or pimple-like bump on your gums
  • A persistent toothache

However, the best way to find out if you need a root canal is by scheduling an appointment with one of our highly trained and compassionate dentists in Coral Springs. With detailed X-rays and a comprehensive visual exam, they will be able to determine if extensive decay or an infection has developed.

The Root Canal Process 

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The process of getting a root canal typically takes place over the course of two appointments. First, one of our experienced dental professionals will access the inside of your infected tooth through the biting surface. This will allow them to remove the damaged pulp in the inner chamber that’s causing you pain. After sanitizing the area to make sure that no harmful bacteria linger, our team will rebuild the structure of your tooth and top it off with a strong and durable dental crown for added protection and support. Before you leave your last appointment, we will provide you with helpful tips on how to care for your smile and your dental crown so it lasts as long as possible.

The Benefits of Getting a Root Canal

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Although the rumors would make you think otherwise, root canal treatment is actually virtually painless! We say “virtually” because it’s normal to feel some slight pressure from time to time, but your mouth will be thoroughly numbed so you don’t feel any discomfort. Furthermore, this emergency dental treatment can actually save your tooth from needing to be extracted, which is beneficial for both your oral health and your wallet. Lastly, we wanted to mention that the restoration we use to protect your treated tooth will look and function flawlessly, meaning that no unwanted attention will be drawn to your smile.