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Marine Park Dislodged Teeth

Treating dislodged teeth in Marine Park

Marine Park dislodged teeth

Marine Park dislodged teeth

If you need any kind of dental work done, it is always best to have it done as soon as possible. Knowing that you need to see the dentist, have major work done, or need to undergo oral surgery can certainly be nerve wracking, but waiting to have any major dental work done or to have a specific injury or other concern looked at can be bad in the long run. Here at the offices of Michael I. Feinburg, we can help you no matter what, including dealing with issues like Marine Park dislodged teeth.

When it comes to things like oral injury, it is always best to see a dentist as soon as you can. Whether you have chipped a tooth or dislodged a tooth, every matter should be taken extremely seriously. You never know whether a particular issue will get worse or even if it may be more complicated than you initially think. Having a dentist take a look at the issue as soon as possible is the best course of action. Here at the offices of Michael I. Feinburg, we can make sure that you are seen as soon as possible. When he is able, Dr. Feinburg will meet with you, assess the situation, and figure out what sort of treatment method will work best for you and suit the issue. When it comes to Marine Park dislodged teeth, if a tooth is salvagable or caught early, it may be put back in place, but if too much time has passed or the tooth is far too damaged, then it may need to be removed completely. Dr. Feinburg will choose whatever option is the most beneficial and will make sure you get the best comprehensive care possible.

If you need someone to take care of Marine Park dislodged teeth or any other sort of oral injury, visit us here at the dental offices of Michael I. Feinburg right away.

1718 East 17th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 355-9939

Root Canal Brooklyn

Urgent dental care in Brooklyn

Root canal Brooklyn

Root canal Brooklyn

There are many reasons why you should see your dentist, though emergency reasons should absolutely be taken care of as soon as possible. Oral pain will often indicate the presence of such an emergency, and it should be given urgent care. Oral pain can often be the result of an injury, and all sir, or sometimes a cavity or root canal infection. Either way, you will need urgent dental care, and if you happen to need a root canal in Brooklyn, then our expert endodontist Michael I. Feinburg can provide you with the care that you need.

Root canal infections can be quite painful, especially since they involve the inflammation of the nerve ending located in the center of your tooth. Whenever you are experiencing oral pain that is persistent, it’s important that you see your dentist as soon as possible. Otherwise, the issue can become worse and if it is the result of an infection or tooth decay, then these problems will only spread throughout your mouth and can potentially affect other teeth and your gums. Here with Michael I. Feinburg you can get treatment for root canals in Brooklyn whenever you need them. Root canal therapy is a delicate procedure which is why it is recommended that you see an endodontist or a root canal specialist in order to get the surgery completed. The goal of the root canal is to salvage as much of your tooth as possible, and Dr. Fienberg does all that he can in order to make sure that your dental health is preserved while also ensuring that you are as comfortable as you can be. Procedures like root canal therapy can often be nerve-racking for many people, both figuratively and literally, but our dedicated staff here at Dr. Feinberg’s office will do everything in our power to make sure that you are at ease.

If you need a place to get a root canal in Brooklyn, then you don’t need to look further than the offices of Michael I. Feinburg so call us today to learn more or book your next visit.

1718 East 17th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 355-9939

Flatbush Tooth Extractions

Root Canal in Flatbush NY

Flatbush tooth extractions

Flatbush tooth extractions

Two of the most dreaded dental procedures for patients are having a tooth pulled or extracted, or having a root canal. You may avoid going to your dentist altogether because of this fear. However, at the office of Michael I. Feinburg, you will receive the best dental care using the most advanced techniques, equipment, and materials. With over 35 years of experience, Dr. Feinburg is a highly skilled dentist who specializes in Flatbush tooth extractions, as well as root canals, and will sure to make the experience as comfortable and anxiety-free as possible no matter what your oral health needs may be.

There are several reasons why a tooth may have to be extracted. Of course, Dr. Feinburg will make every effort to repair and restore your tooth. A root canal procedure can sometimes prevent a tooth from being extracted. Many people cringe when they hear the words “root canal”. But what was once a painful, invasive procedure is now relatively pain-free, with non-surgical treatments available. However, the best option is still to practice proper, preventative oral hygiene habits so that a root canal can be avoided completely. Root canal therapy is needed when the nerve or pulp of a tooth is affected by decay or infection, or if there has been significant injury or trauma to the tooth. Symptoms of the infection are generally acute dental pain or sensitivity to hot, cold or percussion. During root canal therapy, the injured or diseased pulp is removed and the root canal system is thoroughly cleaned and sealed. Your root canal therapy will begin by Dr. Feinburg making an opening in the crown of the tooth or teeth. Then he will gently remove the infected or inflamed pulp from your tooth. After carefully shaping, sterilizing, and cleaning the inside of the canal, the opening is filled and sealed with a rubber-like compound. At the next appointment, usually a week later, the roots and the inside cavity of the tooth will be filled and sealed with special dental materials. A filling will be placed to cover the opening on top of the tooth. In addition, all teeth that have root canal treatment should have a crown (cap) placed. This will protect the tooth and prevent it from breaking, and restore it to its full function. However, sometimes a Flatbush tooth extraction is unavoidable. This may be due to sever tooth damage or trauma. Teeth are pulled either by simple extraction, which are performed on teeth that are visible in the mouth, or by surgical extraction.

Teeth treated by Dr. Feinburg can last just as long as natural teeth, but a re-treatment may be required in some cases due to improper healing or other complications. You will be given care instructions after each appointment. Good oral hygiene practices and regular dental visits will aid in the life of your root canal treatment. With the expertise of Dr. Friedman, receiving a root canal no longer has to be an uncomfortable, frightening experience. If it is decided that your tooth is beyond repair and restoration, then a Flatbush tooth extractions may be the best option to ensure your oral health. Either way, you’ll leave our offices smiling, showing off your beautiful, well cared-for teeth!

1335 54th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11219
718-618-4947

Midwood Root Canal

Root Canal Procedure in Midwood NY

Midwood Root Canal

Midwood Root Canal

Taking care of your dental health is incredibly important to keep in mind. In order to take the best care of your teeth and gums, it is necessary that you brush, floss and rinse with an antibacterial mouthwash regularly, visit your dentist for all necessary cleanings and checkups, and that you have any symptoms examined as soon as you notice them. Tooth aches and pains are often signs of tooth decay and may indicate the presence of an infected root canal. Here with our dentist, Dr. Michael I. Feinburg you can get the Midwood root canal procedure that you need to completely restore your dental health.

Root canal procedures can scare some individuals but it is imperative that you have any such issues treated as soon as possible before they get any worse. If an infected root canal is not treated, the decay and infection can spread to adjacent teeth and can even affect the supporting bones and gums as well. Not only that, but an infected root canal can cause intense toothaches and pains. You may have an infected root canal if you are experiencing increased tooth sensitivity, if you are feeling any pain or discomfort when consuming hot or cold foods and beverages, if you feel pain when applying or releasing pressure on your jaw when chewing or biting, or if you are generally experiencing toothaches or pain in the mouth. The pain is usually localized and you can tell where the infection may be coming from. Once you begin to experience any of these symptoms, it is imperative that you see a dentist so that it can be treated. Dr. Michael I. Feinburg can provide an accurate diagnosis as well as provide you with a complete Midwood root canal as well.

If you believe that you may have a root canal infection or if you are experiencing any other signs of pain or discomfort, Dr. Michael I. Feinburg can provide you with the comprehensive dental care you need in order to take care of your dental health. Call us here at our Midwood dental offices to set up an appointment with Dr. Feinburg today.

Root Canal Midwood
1718 East 17th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11229
718-355-9939

Dislodged Tooth Replacement in Brooklyn

Dislodged Tooth Replacement

There are plenty of things that you can do to ensure your overall health. Maintaining your health and having any pressing issues taken care of as they arise is an extremely important part of this act. Injuries and other such occasions are considered a dental emergency and dislodging s tooth is definitely one such event. Making sure you have this sort of situation handled can mean a lot for your oral health and we can help you do that here at our dental offices in Brooklyn with Michael Feinberg, DDS.

There are many things that should be seen by a professional as soon as they occur and a dislodged tooth is absolutely one of them. A tooth can become diodged for a number of reasons, an injury being the most likely, but in any case it is always wise to have the situation professionally examined. A dislodged tooth can cause a a series of problems and dental issues.

Toothaches Borough Park

Toothaches Borough Park

Sometimes the tooth itself can be broken and can leave behind bits of broken tooth behind in the gums. It can also have a serious affect on your adjacent teeth and on the gums around the tooth in question as well. An injury that results in a dislodged tooth can affect the nerve, your jawbone, surrounding teeth, your gums, and many other aspects of your oral health as well. Here at our offices in Brooklyn, our doctor Michael Feinberg, DDS can provide you with the proper dental care and attention that you need. A dislodged tooth may need additional work before replacement depending on the nature of the incident. If the tooth is broken or has left bits of tooth behind in the gums then it will need to be removed or at least allowed to heal, as in some cases the tooth will be pushed out by itself.

Depending on the nature of your situation, Michael Feinberg, DDS will be able to diagnose your case and prescribe a tooth replacement of some kind. No matter what you need, Dr. Feinberg will be able to provide you with the dental restorations that you need to stay healthy.

1718 East 17th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11229
718-355-9939

Sheepshead Bay Root Canals

Root Canal Procedure in Sheepshead Bay

There are plenty of reasons to schedule a visit with your dentist. Annual checkups and exams are necessary to properly monitor your overall oral health. Dental cleanings about every six months can help make sure that your teeth are free of significant plaque buildup and that you do not exhibit signs of tooth decay or gum disease. Not visiting your dentist frequently enough can result in the development of cavities and other conditions. If you experience any pain, discomfort or other new symptoms then you should definitely schedule a visit with your dentist, and Dr. Michael I. Feinburg is here to help, especially when it comes to root canals here in Sheepshead Bay.

header.jpgheader.jpgSometimes, conditions such as cavities can go unnoticed until they spread significantly. Depending on where they are located, cavities can yield little to no symptoms or pain but that doesn’t mean that they still shouldn’t be treated. If this tooth decay spreads, it can affect the tooth root which definitely yields noticeable symptoms. An infected tooth root will be sensitive to hot and cold foods as well as air hitting the infected location, and it can also feel painful when you apply and release pressure on the tooth when biting down and releasing your bite. If you experience any of these symptoms, then schedule a visit here in Sheepshead Bay with Dr. Michael I. Feinburg as soon as possible. If you exhibit any of these symptoms and Dr. Feinburg examines your teeth and affirms the situation, then he can begin to plan your root canal therapy. Root canal therapy includes removing the inflamed and infected tissue surrounding the area and cleaning out the root of the tooth. Once this cavity is cleared of decayed tissue, the cavity is filled to prevent further damage or infection.

If a root canal infection is left untreated, it can spread to other teeth and affect your jawbone as well. Not only that, but it will remain to be painful and will only get worse. If you experience any of the symptoms mentioned above and believe you may need a root canal procedure or are simply due for a routine examination, then schedule an appointment with Dr. Michael I. Feinburg today.

1718 East 17th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11229
718-355-9939