Limited Time Only - New Patient Special! Only $199

Root Canal Therapy in Brooklyn

A root canal procedure is necessary for many teeth and is generally minimally uncomfortable for patients. Many teeth are saved annually with the help of root canal therapy at Brooklyn’s LuxDen Dental Center. We offer this endodontic therapy procedure to removed damaged or infected pulp in the teeth.

Our Brooklyn, New York dental office uses the latest dental technology to ensure that the procedure is always effective and comfortable for our patients.

During an initial dental examination, we can help decide whether or not this is the proper dental procedure for you.

About Root Canal Therapy

During a root canal procedure, the pulp of a tooth (the soft tissue inside the tooth) is removed completely. Once it is removed, the empty space is thoroughly cleaned by removing decaying or damaged nerves and pulp, and cleaning out the canals before placing a permanent filling designed to deter from future infection or inflammation.

Root Canal Therapy in Brooklyn NY

Next, a crown is placed over the affected tooth. This crown is generally created by a dental lab, meaning that a temporary filling is placed until the permanent crown is created and can be placed in the mouth.

About Root Canal Retreatment

In a few of our cases, a root canal may need to be retreated at our Brooklyn office. If your tooth failed to heal property or developed new problems, root canal retreatment is necessary to save your tooth.

Our professional dental staff at LuxDen Dental Center can evaluate your tooth and determine whether this is a viable treatment option for you.

Schedule an Appointment Today to Discuss Root Canals in Brooklyn

At LuxDen Dental Center, we will examine your teeth and gums during a dental examination to detect possible dental problems. From there, we will create a customized dental plan for you. To learn more about root canal therapy in Brooklyn and to schedule an appointment, call us at (718) 382-3444 today.

CERECInvisalignPhilips Zoom TreatmentDentsply SironaVersahInternational Congress of Oral Implantologists