Root Canals, Hudson, FL

Save Your Tooth and Your Smile with Gentle Laser Root Canal Therapy

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Laser Root Canal Therapy Affords Greater Comfort

Pain from an infected tooth can be unbearable, and quite worrisome. Is fear over the unknown or the perceived “painful” root canal visit keeping you from the timely, tooth-saving treatment you need? Laser technology has completely changed the patient-experience when it comes to receiving root canals. Dr. David Kimmel performs laser root canal therapy assisted by the PIPS® (Photon Induced Photoacoustic Streaming) technique, designed to relieve tooth pain and stabilize your tooth after infection or trauma.

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Root Canal Therapy Saves Teeth After Decay or Damage

A root canal is a procedure routinely performed to save a tooth when infection or trauma has damaged the nerve center (pulp). Dr. Kimmel uses a precision laser to removed infected or damaged tissue from within the tooth and canals of the root(s), and strengthens these areas by placing a special filling material. When performed with laser and PIPS® protocol, the root canal process involves no drilling, and effectively cleanses necrotic tissue from within the tooth.

A root canal may be necessary if you experience signs or symptoms like:

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Tooth pain

Discoloration or darkening of a tooth

Dull, persistent toothache

Broken or fractured tooth

Discomfort or pain upon biting or chewing

Abscessed tooth

Temperature sensitivity

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The Treatment You Need Today for a Healthier Tomorrow

Seeking immediate root canal treatment for an infected or damaged tooth when needed minimizes your risk of costly procedures in the future. Gentle laser root canals from Dr. Kimmel saves your tooth and oral health from complications like:

  • Unnecessary pain and discomfort
  • Systemic infection
  • Jaw bone damage
  • Tooth extraction
  • Tooth replacement with dental implants

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The source of your tooth pain may indeed be the result of infection or internal damage. Contact us today to learn more about saving your tooth with laser root canal therapy.