Restore Damaged Teeth with Endodontic Procedures

Dental problems are sometimes inevitable even after regular brushing and flossing of your teeth. You can experience tooth decay, an infection, or an injury that may cause severe symptoms. Dr. Rick S Schwartz offers cutting-edge treatments for painful teeth and restores damaged teeth, helping you preserve your natural teeth.

What is the meaning of endodontics?

Endodontics is a branch in dental medicine that focuses on complex dental procedures involving your dental pulp, root canal, and soft tissues consisting of blood vessels and nerves. If you suspect you have an infection in your dental pulp, you can visit an endodontist for a root canal. In case you experience a severe toothache that worsens over time, visit Endodontic Consultants of San Antonio for a detailed medical examination. Early diagnosis of the underlying cause of your toothache can prevent further damage to your tooth and salvage it from extraction.

An endodontist uses holistic dental treatments to relieve dental pain and support the affected teeth. Your provider may recommend a root canal to strengthen and preserve your natural tooth. The skilled team at Endodontic Consultants of San Antonio uses 3-D imaging and digital radiographs to acquire detailed visuals of your endangered teeth. These types of treatment are more effective than traditional dentistry and rarely result in tooth extraction.


What are the dental problems that endodontics can address?

An endodontist focuses on complex dental procedures that focus on salvaging the infected teeth rather than extracting them. Some of the dental concerns that endodontists treat include:

  •             Teeth discoloration is resolved by professional teeth whitening after a failed, traditional teeth whitening procedure.
  •             Swelling and redness on the soft tissue surrounding the infected teeth
  •             Excruciating pain in your affected teeth when chewing
  •             Extreme tooth sensitivity that occurs when taking hot or cold foods and drinks
  •             Knocked-out teeth
  •             Abscessed teeth
  •             Tooth injuries
  •             Tooth decay that may have damaged your root tissues

While endodontics highly specialize in salvaging affected teeth, they perform extensive dental exams to determine the most appropriate treatment, depending on the condition of your teeth. If you have any of the above symptoms, the team of endodontists may examine your teeth and recommend the best treatment to relieve your pain and save your tooth altogether.

How do endodontic procedures help in pain management?

During your appointment, the team may discuss your symptoms and conduct several tests to determine the cause of your toothache. They also review your medical history for more information. If your tooth pulp is severely damaged, the team may recommend root canal treatment, which involves removing the inflamed pulp to protect your tooth from future invasion by bacteria. With the improved modern techniques, a root canal is a painless procedure that provides long-lasting relief from toothache. The professional team at Endodontics Consultants in San Antonio is dedicated to ensuring that you’re comfortable during your root canal procedure. After your treatment, you may experience mild pain that resolves within a few days. You can use over-the-counter medications to relieve pain while your tooth heals.

If a toothache is reducing the quality of your life, contact Endodontic Consultants of San Antonio or book your spot online for effective treatments.