Root Canals

Tooth decay that has reached the dental pulp will require root canal therapy. While the thought of this well-known treatment may give you dental anxiety, you should know that modern technology has made root canals far less uncomfortable procedures with brief recovery time. Dr. Bannon and the team at Preferred Dental are proud to provide low-cost root canals with compassionate care so that you can live comfortably once again. Contact us today to learn more.


What Is a Root Canal?

A root canal is a dental procedure that involves removing the infected dental pulp from the inside of your tooth and replacing it with a special dental filling called gutta percha to preserve the tooth and prevent the further spread of the infection. 

There are a few different reasons why you might need a root canal, including dental trauma, damage to the tooth that extends to the nerve, or significant decay that reaches the nerve. The only other alternative to a root canal is the extraction of the affected tooth and replacement with a restoration, such as a bridge or dental implant. Root canals tend to be the more affordable option.

Signs You May Need a Root Canal

Keep an eye out for the following indicators that you’re in need of root canal therapy.

  • Moderate to severe tooth sensitivity
  • Moderate to severe pain when biting
  • Significant persistent tooth pain
  • A pimple on your gum

If you need an affordable dentist in Colorado Springs, contact Preferred Dental today. We can provide you with a low-cost root canal to save your tooth and improve your quality of life without putting undue financial strain on you and your family. Most major insurance accepted for root canals.

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