Every tooth in your mouth contains a long, thin strand of dental pulp—extending down to the tooth’s root—that provides the tooth with nutrients and nerves. If the pulp becomes infected or injured, the tooth’s nerves die and, often, without endodontic treatment, the tooth dies as well. Root canals are designed to save such damaged teeth. During the procedure, a gap is drilled into the tooth’s crown and pulp chamber, diseased pulp is reshaped or removed, and the tooth is permanently sealed with a gold, porcelain, or tooth-coloured inlay/onlay or crown.
Night Guards / Appliances
Athletic Mouth Wear (Mouth Guards)
Removable Partial Dentures