At the office of our expert Boro Park endodontist, Dr. Michael Feinberg, some of the most commonly used procedures are our root canal therapy treatments. When it comes to root canal therapy, time is of the essence. Root canal therapy is typically used to treat a tooth that has been infected, and when a tooth is infected, it is likely the patient will be in a general state of discomfort and experiencing significant pain. For that reason, it is important to visit our Boro Park endodontist at the first signs of toothache so that we can give you the treatment you need, root canal therapy or otherwise, as soon as possible and relieve your symptoms. Other symptoms aside from toothache that you may notice include: increased tooth sensitivity, especially when drinking/eating particularly hot or cold foods and beverages, and a discoloration or darkening of the tooth in question.
If you schedule a visit with Dr. Feinberg at the onset of these symptoms, we can then get you in as soon as possible and perform a complete examination and evaluation in order to determine if root canal therapy or another treatment is necessary. If we do decide that you should receive a root canal treatment, we will then move along the process as quickly as possible so that we can perform the procedure and relieve your symptoms. The main purpose of root canal therapy is to remove the infected pulp of the affected tooth, carefully clean out the inside of the tooth, and then seal up the tooth in order to prevent re-infection. Our Boro Park endodontist has plenty of experience when it comes to root canal therapy and other related procedures, and so you can rest assured that you are in capable hands when preparing for root canal therapy with Dr. Feinberg and our staff.
If you would like to learn more about root canal therapy or any of the other services provided by our Boro Park endodontist, we encourage you to visit Dr. Feinberg’s main website to find some additional, detailed information. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff members are also here, ready and waiting, to assist you if you have any questions or concerns to discuss. Feel free to get in contact with us either by giving us a call at the office directly, or sending us a message online using the designated form on our website. Dr. Feinberg and the rest of our staff look forward to working with you soon.