Walker and Raynal, DMD
If you have a nerve that has been affected by tooth decay or infection, you need root canal therapy. In order to save the tooth, the pulp, nerves, bacteria, and decay are removed and the resulting space is filled with special medicated dental materials which will restore your tooth to its
Having a root canal is the preferred treatment option compared to having your tooth die and have to be removed.
Signs and symptoms for possible root canal therapy
Fluorosis ( excessive fluoridation during tooth development )
An abscess on the gums
Sensitivity to hot and cold
Severe toothache pain
Sometimes no symptoms are present.
Swelling and/or tenderness
Protect and strengthen your tooth structure with a crown
A crown, or cap, is a covering that encloses your tooth surface, restoring it to its original shape and size. A crown may be necessary if damage to your tooth cannot be corrected using traditional fillings.
Crowns can match your existing tooth color
All crowns are very durable and will last many years. Porcelain crowns can be colored to match your existing tooth color, providing you with a great smile for years to come.
Durable long-lasting bridges
A bridge is a way to replace missing teeth. A traditional dental bridge consists of 2 crowns that cover 2 existing teeth. These teeth are the anchors or support teeth. Artificial teeth are attached to
A bridge is long lasting, but may need to be replaced or re-cemented due to normal wear.
Call Walker and Raynal, DMD today at 813-689-5928 to set up an appointment for your restorative procedure. We encourage you to raise any concerns or ask any questions you have about