Train Station Dental
Dr. Judd & Dr. Savon

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Root Canal Therapy

How can we help you?

The focus here at Train Station Dental is to help you feel completely comfortable and at ease when you are receiving any type of dental treatment. One of the ways we can do this is by answering all your questions so that you understand exactly which treatment you need and how it will benefit you.

Below are some of the more frequently asked questions our patients have about our services and dental treatment in general. If we have not answered your question here, please to do not hesitate to contact our office at (856) 546-0734, and a member of our team will be happy to assist you.

Root Canal Therapy

The team at Train Station Dental is pleased to offer our patients the benefits of comfortable, state-of-the-art root canals at our Audubon dental office.

We understand the apprehension that people feel when faced with root canal therapy. But our doctors use compassionate care and state-of-the-art technology to provide you with the most efficient, stress-free treatment possible.

Sirona 3-D cone beam imaging allows us to find the precise area of infection and map out your treatment beforehand. Apex locators are a technology that helps your doctor find the tip (apex) of the root canal to ensure that all infected material is thoroughly removed.

Of course, technology is all well and good, but what about your dental anxiety? In spite of what we tell you, you may still be nervous about treatment, and that’s okay! We offer gentle care and support because we understand your feelings and want you to be comfortable.

In addition to a team who cares about your needs, we also offer gentle inhalation sedation with nitrous oxide. You will be conscious during your procedure but will feel very relaxed and detached from the activity around you.

If you think you need a root canal, please don’t put off calling us because of anxiety. An untreated root canal infection can spread, and ultimately, the tooth will need to be removed. Please call Train Station Dental so we can help you get the critical care you need.

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