3300 Bee Caves Rd. Suite 290 Austin, TX 78746
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 3300 Bee Caves Rd. Suite 290
Austin, TX 78746

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Root Canal Therapy at Westbank Dental


Guaranteeing Your Comfort and Well-Being

Root canal therapy can save a severely damaged tooth from extraction when its pulp becomes infected or inflamed. The pulp contains a collection of inner tissues and nerves that lie within the tooth’s root canal. If the infected pulp does not receive prompt treatment, pain and other complications will arise.

Root canal treatment can be completed in just one to two visits at Westbank Dental. Using up-to-date rotary technology, most patients are surprised by how comfortable these visits can be! After a root canal, the tooth will need a crown or other restoration to make the tooth strong again.

steps of a root canal

Do I Need a Root Canal?

If any of the following symptoms look familiar to you, contact us to schedule an exam.

  • Tooth or gum pain
  • Discoloration in the teeth or gums
  • Prolonged sensitivity to heat or cold
  • Pus drainage in the mouth
  • Tooth tenderness
  • Swelling or tenderness in the lymph nodes

However, not all patients notice the warning signs of an infected tooth. Keep up with your regular exams and x-rays so that your dentist can determine what treatments you need to maintain total health.

What Can I Expect from Root Canal Therapy?

Root canal therapy involves removing the diseased pulp, cleaning out the root canal of the tooth, and sealing the affected areas to prevent re-infection.

At Westbank Dental, root canals are:

Easy: We will do everything in our power to make your visit relaxing.

Hassle-Free: Dr. Danesh is up-to-date on the latest approach to root canal therapy, so you have the best chance for a flawless treatment. Our office will ensure that your treatment process is impressively simple—you just focus on achieving a healthier smile!

Painless: Contrary to popular belief, root canals do not cause pain—they relieve it! We use local anesthesia to completely numb the area we are working on.