Root Canals in Columbus Ohio
A root canal is a small tunnel under your tooth that houses the roots and nerve endings of each tooth. Typically, the signs of an infected root canal are swollen or a darkened gumline and unusual sensitivity to hot or cold food and beverages. Also, you may notice a small bump or tender area of your gum line.
If you are aware of any of these symptoms it is time to contact the dental experts at Kenny Road Family Dental, immediately.
Columbus, Ohio Root Canals
If you ignore the signs of an infected root canal it can potentially result in the loss of the existing tooth. Infection can potentially spread and increase the pain you experience while eating or drinking. A root canal will remove the infected tissue and save your tooth.
Any of your teeth can potentially be subject to a root canal. If you require a root canal on your front teeth, make an appointment today!
Are Root Canals Painful?
A common misconception is that root canals are the most painful dental procedure or treatment. You have likely seen this represented in movies and advertising. However, the pain is much less than you would expect. At Kenny Road in Columbus, OH, strive to provide a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. We will work to minimize pain and discomfort as much as possible. Don’t let fear stop you from receiving the treatment you need. Make your appointment today!
Complete dental services on Kenny Road in Columbus, Ohio
Preventing the worst dental ailments requires maintaining a consistent schedule for cleaning and examination. At your regular exam, we can spot the signs of tooth decay and gum disease and recommend a plan to alleviate the effects of it. If it is required, we also provide a complete array of restorative dentistry from crowns and bridgework to dental implants. We also can stop periodontal disease right in its tracks.
Is it time for your six-month exam already? Make an appointment today!
We Accept Most Insurances
Kenny Road Family Dental is proud to accept most major dental plans. We also accept Medicaid. If you do not have insurance or your insurance provider doesn’t cover the treatment you require, we also offer CareCredit. CareCredit is here to help you afford the medical procedures you need.
If you have any questions about which insurance plans we accept, contact our offices to ask.