Dental Root Canals
Anterior Root Canal (Front Tooth) – A root canal involves removing infected dental pulp from a tooth’s root canals. Once that is accomplished, the canal is filled, and a crown or bridge is installed to complete to procedure. Our anterior root canals take special care to ensure that the final restoration is aesthetically pleasing and matches your healthy teeth.
Bicuspid Root Canal – A bicuspid root canal is very similar to an anterior root canal. As with the front teeth, your bicuspids are visible and so we take the time to ensure a clean finish that matches your existing teeth.
Molar Root Canal – Molar root canals are performed on the back teeth and follow the same procedure as above. Any infected dental pulp is removed, the root canal is filled, and a crown or bridge is used to restore the look and function of the tooth.