Root Canal Treatment in Surrey, BC

Root Canals in Surrey, BC

There is a greater risk of losing a tooth, the longer that you ignore signs of tooth decay. If you don’t visit one of our dentists in King George Dental Centre in Surrey, BC to treat a cavity, then the decay can get inside of the tooth. It increases the risk of infection, as well. The only way to save teeth if they have decay deep within them is with root canals. For decades, we have performed root canal procedures on residents in King George Blvd and the surrounding areas of Newton Centre, Surrey Newton and Delta.

What is a Root Canal?

A root canal is a procedure in which a dentist opens a tooth to clean out decay. They remove the pulp, which consists of blood vessels, nerves, and other soft tissues. Since the pulp goes down into each root canal, they also remove it from those canals and reshape them.

When Surrey dentists perform this procedure with traditional dental tools, opening the tooth requires the use of a dental drill, and they reshape the canals using tiny files. However, our dentists at King George Dental Centre keep up with new dental technology and use lasers that can perform these tasks.

The laser can cut through the enamel of the tooth and expose the insides so that our dentist near you in Surrey Newton, BC can remove the decay. Instead of needing to switch to another tool to remove the soft tissues of the pulp, the laser can also perform this task effortlessly. It can also sterilize the tooth after it reshapes the root canals.

Adding a Dental Crown

Once our dentist at Newton Centre cleans out the tooth and sterilizes it, he or she will seal it with gutta-percha. Before deciding on a root canal, our dentist at King George Dental Centre takes x-rays to review the damage to the tooth. Then, they do another scan to take a digital impression of the tooth so that they can order a dental crown for it.
Once a dental laboratory gets the order for the crown, they manufacture it out of:

  • Porcelain
  • Porcelain fused with metal
  • Gold
  • Zirconia
  • Other metals

It takes about two to four weeks for the dental crown to arrive at our dentist’s office in Surrey, BC. When it does, you will return, and your dentist will bond it to your tooth. Saving a tooth allows you to eat and speak properly, plus you get to keep your natural smile.

Need to have dental crowns fixed in Surrey, BC? Come meet our dentist in King George.

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