Treating an Abscessed Tooth

September 30th, 2014 → 4:00 pm @

The interior of each tooth contains soft tissues, nerves, and blood vessels that can become vulnerable to infection. This video discusses how timely dental treatment can prevent the extraction of an abscessed tooth.

A tooth can become abscessed when bacteria penetrates its protective outer layer of enamel. Once inside the tooth, the bacteria can cause infection and discomfort. To alleviate pain and prevent tooth loss, a dentist can remove the infected inner tissue of the tooth. A crown placed on top of the treated tooth can help to fortify its strength and prevent the introduction of bacteria in the future.

Are you suffering from a persistent toothache? Then it’s time to call Dr. Seidler and Sanford Dental Excellence at (407) 268-6409. Our Lake Mary area office can quickly and conveniently address your pain with our comfortable root canal treatment services.

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