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Frequently used to avoid dental extraction, endodontic treatment (root canal) serves to remove the infected, damaged or dead tissue from the tooth. The “canal” is the space located inside the tooth’s hard layers, within which a soft tissue (dental pulp) is found. The dental pulp brings together the blood vessels and the nerves that allow the tooth to form. The debris that infiltrates inside the tooth through deep caries, fissures or damaged obturations risks forming an abscess. An abscess appears because of infected dental pulp, which must be removed. Neglecting to treat an abscess may result in serious complications for your buccodental health. Fortunately, painless techniques exist. The dentist will ensure that you feel comfortable throughout the procedure.

In addition to eliminating the inflammation and discomfort, root canal will allow you to keep your tooth intact.

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