Dental Root Canals

Saving Hopeless Teeth

Missing teeth are detrimental to your overall dental health. A root canal can help you avoid unnecessary extractions and save teeth with roots that have been injured or infected. A root canal is a process that restores a tooth by excavating the pulp chamber and packing the space with filling material. This is often required when dental decay injures the nerve of the tooth (or the tooth has become infected). At that point, you need more than a simple filling. We are skilled in advanced root canal therapy. In the past, the root canal deserved its reputation as something to be dreaded. However, with modern anesthetics and technology, root canals are now a manageable form of treatment.

Park Dental of Colmar 
James H. Park, DMD
2200 N. Broad Street
Colmar, PA 18915
(215) 716-7228
ParkDentalColmar.com

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