Endodontics is the branch of our dental practice geared towards the overall maintenance of teeth, including any damages or injuries that may occur to your dental pulp (the soft inner tissue of your teeth). Procedures involving the soft, inner tissue of the teeth, called pulp, are called Endodontic Therapy. It involves opening the tooth, removing the damaged pulp, and then shaping, filling and sealing it. Our qualified and experienced endodontist and support staff are here to help your Root Canal in Potomac, MD and transform your smile. One of the methods that we use to get you the healthy mouth you deserve is a Root Canal Treatment. Root Canal in Potomac, MD are a part of Endodontic Treatment or Therapy and are done to save teeth that have become infected as opposed to removing them. Trauma of the tooth or severe tooth decay often leads to bacteria entering the pulp chamber, which in turn leads to an infection. A Root Canal in Potomac, MD or endodontic treatment can help you to maintain your natural smile and confidence by making your teeth healthy again, and giving you the freedom to continue eating the foods you enjoy, pain-free! The aim of our endodontic practice is to optimize the health and function of your teeth. Our endodontist and our highly trained dental team are dedicated to ensuring that you have the best endodontic care in the most comfortable setting. Through the use of advanced and appropriate dental technology, we guarantee the highest level of endodontic treatment and diagnostics, to produce the finest, most stable results. We encourage you to come into our office in May 2023 to find out how we can help you achieve the healthy, beautiful smile you deserve.
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