Endodontic Therapy in Owensville
If you need endodontic therapy in Owensville, MO, but aren't sure how to choose an endodontist, Dr. John Martin has provided endodontic therapy in Owensville for almost three decades and can quickly alleviate any pain that you might be experiencing. For more information on endodontic therapy in Owensville, or to schedule another procedure at our dentist office, call (314) 739-1222 (Maryland Heights) or (573) 764-2425 (Gerald) today.
What is Endodontic Therapy?
If you have sudden pain or pressure, have a cracked or chipped tooth, or other symptoms of discomfort, you might need root canal/endodontic therapy.
Endodontic therapy is designed to alleviate pressure from a broken or sensitive tooth or surrounding areas of the mouth, preserving as much of a patient's natural tooth as possible. In many cases, most of a patient's natural tooth can be saved if pain is reported right away.
During endodontic therapy in Owensville with Dr. John Martin, rotten nerves and infected pulp from the area are removed, and filler is inserted to prevent future infection or infection from recurring. Generally, root canal treatment takes one to two in-office sessions.
After your session(s), Dr. Martin will go over preventative maintenance and answer any questions that you might have.
Endodontist in Owensville, MO
If you are experiencing persistent pain, and need an endodontist in Owensville to assess the status of your oral health and determine if you need TMJ therapy, wisdom teeth removal, or another type of surgical dentistry procedure, Dr. John Martin can help.
Martin Dental & Associates has specialized in endodontic therapy in MO, since 1990, and has become the go-to choice of residents for family dentistry in Owensville.
If you are looking for endodontic therapy in Owensville, MO, call (314) 739-1222 (Maryland Heights), (573) 764-2425 (Gerald), or contact Martin Dental & Associates today for more information on our endodontic services in Owensville.
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