Root Canal Concord

Endodontic Root Canal Concord

No one wants to hear the words, “You need a root canal”. But keep in mind that the root canal procedure is a far better fate than a lost tooth. With today’s advanced root canal technology, the treatment is easier to endure than ever before.

Concord Dentist Dr. Brothers is dedicated to providing excellent endodontic care while maintaining high levels of personal service. What that means for you is that we will walk you through every step of the process, keep you informed, and make sure you are comfortable and relaxed during your time in our chair.

To Save the Tooth

Root Canals and Endodontic Treatment. The root canals of each tooth house nerve tissue and dental pulp, which contain blood vessels that provide nourishment. When this tissue becomes infected, a tooth may be in danger of dying. Without a root canal, patients may experience severe swelling, bone loss, inflammation, toothache, darkening of the tooth, gum soreness, and drainage problems.

A root canal procedure is usually recommended after other dental treatment options have been considered. It is a treatment that is used to save a tooth from extraction, an absolute last-resort option at our practice. Root canals are common in cases where large cavities have done too much damage to fix with a Tooth-Colored Filling or Dental Crown. They are also used in cases where a tooth infection is simply too invasive to control.

Steps of a Root Canal

Dr. Brothers offers state-of-the-art endodontic treatment to Dental Patients who need a solution to severe tooth damage right away.

  • After a thorough X-ray session and evaluation, we can begin the root canal procedure. The first step in a root canal is to numb the area of the mouth being treated with local anesthesia.
  • A rubber dam is placed over the tooth to isolate the treatment area.
  • Next, your concord Dentist Dr. Brothers will drill a small hole in the wall of the tooth.
  • The tissue inside the tooth root, the nerve and pulp, are gently extracted using root canal files.
  • The canals are then cleaned well, flushed with a special sterilizing solution, and sealed off.
  • During the next visit, the empty root canal is filled with a rubber compound called gutta percha.
  • We will add an onlay or inlay to the tooth, followed by a dental crown to protect the enamel.

If you are searching for a comprehensive dental team that can take care of all your family’s dental needs, please contact Concord Dentist Dr. Brothers. Our root canal services are performed with a high level of quality and attention to detail. Trust the dental center that truly cares about creating beautiful, healthy smiles for life.

Call Concord Dentist Dr. Brothers Today To Schedule Your Appointment 925-689-3480.

To learn more about Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Concord or to schedule an appointment, please call or text Concord Dentist Dr. Brothers Today 925-689-3480!
Concord Dentist Dr. Brothers
2222 East St, suite 315
Concord CA 94520
925-689-3480

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Mike S.
Concord
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A very nice office, and a very convenient location of East St. with plenty of parking. My experience with office staff, Athena (RH), and Dr. Brother himself was nothing less than spectacular. The staff is very friendly and accommodating, and Athena was very professional and efficient. I was refered here by a co-worker, and I think I found myself a new dentist office. 🙂
Tommy T.
Concord
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My roommate Larry recommended Dr. Brothers for dentistry and I have found him and his staff to be true professionals, courteous and friendly. I am very, very happy with my teeth cleaning, fillings and bridge. No more pain. Hooray!! !!@@!!
George P.
Walnut Creek
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I have been using Dr. Brothers for my dental needs for nine years and find him and his staff to be professional and caring . I highly recommend his dental practice to everyone.
Regina F.
Concord
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Honest, caring, helpful dentistry staff! They know who you are when you walk in, they are honest with their work, and are caring! Especially when they know you have anxiety about your teeth being worked on! Looooove them and the work!