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Root canal therapy salvages a tooth by gently removing the infected and damaged necrotic root nerve and pulp of the tooth. The procedure prevents further damage to the surrounding bone, teeth, and gum. Even though the procedure is referred to as a root canal, the root itself is left intact, while the soft infected tissue from the inside gets removed.
Infected pulp in your tooth is caused by:
Signs that you may need root canal therapy:
Most of the time, root canal therapy is a relatively simple procedure that can save your tooth and your smile and involves little or no discomfort!