Endodontics (Root Canals)
Root Canals in South Miami
If you’re experiencing severe discomfort when you chew your food, drink hot or cold beverages, or if your gums are swollen and red: these may be signs that you have an infected, possibly an abscessed, tooth. Miami’s Dr. Andres (Andy) de Cardenas and his staff of caring, concerned professionals want you to know when you walk into their office you’re valued as a person, not just as a patient. That’s why Dr. de Cardenas uses next-generation instruments and techniques when performing the endodontic procedure known as root canal or root canal therapy.
What is a Root Canal?
Millions of patients go to see a dentist regarding an endodontic treatment which treats the inside of the tooth. Medically, a root canal is one in a group of treatments used to repair and/or save a tooth that is badly deteriorated or infected. A root canal is performed when nerve tissue in the tooth or the dental pulp (the soft area in the center of the tooth) is damaged. The damaged tissue or pulp allows for the build-up of bacteria that can cause an infection or an abscess. Root Canals in South Miami removes both the nerve tissue and pulp, and also cleans and seals the inside of the tooth.
Root Canal Pain
All of this aside, Dr. de Cardenas knows when people hear “root canal” they think of one thing. But he wants you to know that was yesterday. Your root canal procedure with Dr. de Cardenas is very different.
As an expert in this procedure, Dr. de Cardenas conducted endodontic research at the Miami-Dade County Research Clinic for five years. Working with a group of specialists, he perfected state-of-the-art root canal procedures. Using new rotary instruments and silent drills, Dr. de Cardenas ensures his patients the root canal procedure he performs is next-generation, not its less comfortable predecessor.
The Benefits that Dr. de Cardenas’ Root Canal Patients Can Expect Include:
- The infected tooth is saved
- A diminished threat of infection to other areas of the gum or bone
- No discomfort when chewing or when pressure is placed on repaired tooth
- Natural appearance
- Normal biting
- Efficient chewing
Do You Need a Root Canal Procedure?
Is severe tooth or gum discomfort keeping you from enjoying life? Does heat or cold sensitivity keep you from relishing the foods or beverages you like? If so, Dr. Andres (Andy) de Cardenas asks that you contact him to schedule a consultation. You can contact us using our convenient email form and we’ll get right back to you, or simply call us at (305) 251.3334. Talk to Dr. de Cardenas about the need for Root Canals in South Miami and any discomfort associated with a root canal. When you contact Dr. de Cardenas you’ll experience the difference between being treated as a patient, and being a treated as a part of the family.