Treat Dental Emergencies Quickly

Woman Experiencing Dental EmergencyWhen patients experience dental emergencies, it’s essential to treat the problem quickly. Without treatment, the infection can spread to other areas and cause further damage. Especially if you have a severe toothache that may need a root canal—identify and address the emergency in a timely manner.

Untreated Root Canal Emergencies

If a person does not treat their root canal quickly, the infection can spread to other areas of the mouth and cause further damage. This can include a damaged jawbone, gum disease, and further infection of surrounding teeth. Not only can this lead to more pain and discomfort, but it can also cause financial strain due to the need for additional treatments.

Pain and Discomfort

If you forego treatment, the pain and discomfort can worsen significantly. This can make it difficult to eat, talk, and even sleep. In some cases, the pain can be so severe that it requires pain medication.

Emergencies Casue Financial Strain

Additionally, putting off treatment is not recommended because it can lead to higher costs down the road. As the infection can spread and cause further damage, patients may need additional treatments such as antibiotics, surgery, or even a jawbone graft. This can lead to significant financial strain for the patient.

Our Promise

Treating an emergency root canal quickly benefits patient health and well-being, but it’s also an important part of our commitment to you! We’re here as your partner in oral health—to ensure you are not at risk of further injury or infection due to a lack of timely treatment.

So, if you are experiencing pain or discomfort from a toothache, it’s important to seek proper care and diagnosis in order to prevent further damage and infection. Not only can this save you pain and discomfort, but it can also prevent the financial strain of additional treatments. And remember, we’re here to ensure that each patient receives the best care possible, contact us today!

About Tom Massarat, DDS, MS

Tom Massarat DDS, MS is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics. Dr. Massarat received his Certificate in Endodontics from Northwestern University in 1992. He also received his Dental Degree and Advanced General Dentistry Degree from Northwestern University in Chicago, Ill. Dr. Massarat is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), American Association of Endodontists (AAE), San Diego County Dental Society (SDCDS) and American Board of Endodontists (ABE). He is also an advisor for the Experdent and Summit Study Groups. He has lectured extensively on many aspect of endodontics.

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