Treat dental trauma in Boro Park
If you have a dental problem caused by dental trauma, you should make an appointment immediately to come in to see our endodontist at our endodontic practice, Michael I. Feinberg. When you need to see an endodontist who can treat dental trauma in Boro Park, you will definitely want to seek out the services of our expert endodontist, Dr. Michael I. Feinberg.
At our endodontic practice, our goal is always to save the tooth. Many patients come to our endodontic practice when they need an endodontist to treat dental trauma in Boro Park caused by a tooth which has been dislodged or knocked out, or who suffer from other traumatic injury. When a tooth has been dislodged, it has been pushed back into its socket. If a tooth has been pushed partially out of its socket, our endodontist may likely be able to stabilize your tooth and reposition it in your mouth. As long as the tooth pulp remains healthy, there will not be a need for any additional treatment. But, if the tooth pulp becomes damaged you will need to have a root canal procedure at our office. If you need a root canal treatment, it is usually performed within a few weeks after the original injury. Initially a medication such as calcium hydroxide will be placed inside the tooth. Finally, a permanent root canal filling will be placed into the tooth, the canal will be sealed, and the tooth should recover. If a tooth is completely knocked out of your mouth it is very important that you contact our endodontic practice right away. In this case time is definitely of the essence. At that time, our staff will tell you exactly how to safely transport your tooth to the office. Once you come to our office, our endodontist will decide on the proper treatment that is needed in order to save the tooth.
For an appointment to see our endodontist to treat dental trauma in Boro Park contact us immediately; let our staff know that you need an emergency appointment.
Bensonhurst oral trauma
If you are experiencing a problem with tooth pain, or some type of oral trauma, you will want to visit us at our endodontic practice, Michael I. Feinberg. Whenever you experience Bensonhurst oral trauma to a tooth, our urgent care dentist, Dr. Michael I. Feinberg, will hopefully be able to save your tooth.
If you experience Bensonhurst oral trauma, see our endodontist to make sure that you are not developing any tooth problems. Sometimes when a tooth experiences trauma, it can become damaged in its interior. When the pulp on the inside of a tooth is damaged, the tooth will need to have a root canal treatment in order to be saved. Our urgent care dentist specializes in providing patients with root canal procedures so that they will not need to have their tooth extracted and replaced with a dental implant or other tooth replacement method. During a root canal treatment, you will remain perfectly comfortable due to our use of modern anesthesia and state-of-the-art equipment and procedures. Root canal treatment is able to save damaged teeth in over 90% of cases. If you have oral trauma to your mouth, you may even have a tooth knocked out, or a tooth dislodged and pushed into your jawbone. Our endodontist can also provide treatment for these serious tooth trauma problems. If you have a tooth which is knocked out of your mouth, you should contact our office for an emergency appointment. You will also want to get instructions from our office staff about the best way to transport your tooth to our office; hopefully it can be permanently reinserted into your mouth. When a tooth is dislodged, you may need to have additional root canal treatment several weeks later if our endodontist determines that pulp has been damaged in the interior of the tooth. In any event, our endodontist will be able to provide you with accurate information regarding the exact type of tooth care you will need, as well as provided for you.
For an appointment to meet with our endodontist due to Bensonhurst oral trauma, contact our office immediately.
Brooklyn Emergency Dentist
If you are having a problem with a tooth, such as extreme tooth pain, you will want to see our endodontist. An endodontist is a dentist who specializes in treatments which are meant to allow the life of a tooth. At our endodontic practice, Michael I. Feinberg, our Brooklyn emergency dentist is Dr. Michael I. Feinberg.
When you have a tooth that needs emergency treatment after a root canal, you made need to have an endodontic treatment called an apicoectomy. An apicoectomy is also called a root end resection. This surgical treatment is performed when an endodontist needs to remove infection from the root tip of a tooth as well as from the surrounding tissue. This procedure is performed when an infection persists even after root canal therapy is performed on the tooth. A root canal treatment is effective in saving a tooth in over 90% of cases. However, there are times when additional treatment is needed after a root canal, including a root canal re-treatment or an apicoectomy. Our Brooklyn emergency dentist will need to perform this procedure when a tooth is seriously infected, and infection is found in the root tip.
When this procedure is being performed, our Brooklyn emergency dentist will make an incision in the gum tissue that allows the bone and surrounding inflamed tissue to be exposed. The damaged tissue can then be removed as well as the end of the root tip. Our dentist will then place a root-end filling which will hopefully prevent reinfection of the root. Then the gum is closed with sutures. The bone will heal around the root over a period of several months, restoring the tooth and root to full function. Our patient may experience some discomfort or even some swelling while the incision heals. This is completely normal, as can be expected with many different types of surgical procedures. Our Brooklyn emergency dentist will be able to recommend an appropriate pain medication, if needed. Without this type of emergency care, the tooth would not be able to be saved, and would need to be extracted. When you experience any type of dental pain it is very important that you come in to see our dentist as soon as possible. In almost all cases, the sooner treatment is provided, the more likely it is that the treatment will be successful and that your tooth will be saved. Saving your tooth will eliminate the need for getting a dental implant or other tooth replacement. For an appointment to see our endodontist regarding tooth pain, contact our office and let them know that you need to be seen on an emergency basis.