Root Canal Retreatment

After a root canal, you expect your tooth to last a long time and if infection returns, it can be disappointing and frustrating.

Root canal retreatment can save your tooth from being extracted, relieve pain, and protect the health of your smile.

You may be asking: “Can this treatment really save my tooth?”

After Root Canal Retreatment, YOUR TOOTH CAN LAST A LIFETIME

Virtually Painless

Infection and decay below the surface of your tooth can be painful. Root canal retreatment is virtually painless. Plus, the recovery is much more comfortable than a tooth extraction. Once treatment is complete, you can enjoy a pain-free smile.

Lasting Results

Root canal retreatment restores the integrity of your tooth and can prevent an extraction. Saving your tooth offers lasting benefits by maintaining the density of your jawbone and the natural strength of your smile.

Cost-Effective

Root canal retreatment is generally less expensive than replacing your tooth. If you opt to remove the tooth, you will need to pay for a bridge or dental implant to restore your smile, in addition to the price of the extraction.

Let’s break down the retreatment process…

Protect the Long-Term Health of Your Tooth

So what kind of results can you expect?

My First Root Canal Didn’t Work WHY SHOULD I DO IT AGAIN?

If you decide against root canal retreatment, you will probably need an extraction. Once you lose a natural tooth, a range of other issues can arise. Remaining teeth will start to shift, causing problems with your bite and affecting the appearance of your smile. Without tooth roots, your jawbone will begin to lose density, affecting the stability of neighboring teeth and taking support away from your facial features.

Jawbone deterioration can eventually cause facial collapse, which makes you look much older than you actually are. When possible, saving a tooth is always better than removing it. While dental implants offer some great benefits, nothing looks, feels, or functions like your natural tooth.

 

Take a closer look at the retreatment procedure…