Did you know that May is Save Your Tooth Month?
This month, endodontists and dental care providers take time to celebrate our teeth and remind patients why saving our natural teeth is so important. Many of us have been wearing masks over the last year, but that doesn’t change the fact that our oral care is still vitally important – not only to our teeth and mouth, but our overall health.
Like any part of the body, teeth can require medical attention beyond routine checkups. When that happens, the team of dedicated, experienced dental care providers here at Central Ohio Endodontics knows what to do and how to save your natural teeth and keep your smile bright.
Save Your Teeth and Save Yourself Some Stress
Even if it’s one you can’t easily see, the best course of action is to save your tooth. Why? Missing teeth can cause other teeth to shift and move. That absence will impact the look of your smile, alter how you bite and chew your food and could lead to more cost. A pulled tooth is often more painful than the actual infection and putting in a dental implant is very expensive and requires more trips to a provider.
Perhaps most importantly, you know it’s not there and that could affect how you feel about yourself and take a toll on your confidence. We don’t want that. At Central Ohio Endodontics, we are dedicated exclusively to endodontic treatment. We provide over 5,000 endodontic procedures per year.
Our team utilizes cutting edge techniques and the latest in dental surgery science to help you keep your teeth and to make certain your mouth is healthy. We are the leading provider of root canals in Central Ohio. Our team of doctors is second to none in their commitment, expertise and dedication. Everybody knows root canals get a bad rap, but, in reality, they are a mostly painless procedure that is the single best way to save an infected tooth. They allow you to save your natural tooth and go on about your day.
We are proud of our proven track record of excellence, but don’t take our word for it. Here’s what our patients are saying.
If you would like additional information about Save Your Tooth Month or to further discuss any of our procedures, please don’t hesitate to contact us at (614) 885-1191 or click here to e-mail us.