Christine Kwon, D.M.D.
Henry Hur, D.M.D.
Gabrielle DeMille, D.M.D.
Caitlin Forgetta, DMD.

Root Canal Therapy

Your Trusted Local Family Dentist In Amesbury, MA

Located in the beautiful Amesbury, MA is one of the top dental practices in the state, Centerpoint Dental. Centerpoint Dental is proud to be Amesbury’s top-of-the-line dental practice that is truly committed to providing the best possible dental care to every single one of our patients. That is why when you an experiencing a symptom that can be treated with a root canal, you visit our practice. If you are in need of root canal therapy to repair and save a badly damaged of infected tooth, contact us today!


Schedule A Root Canal In Amesbury, MA

The term root canal can sound intimidating and scary, especially when you are experiencing pain and discomfort. However, a root canal is a simple and straightforward treatment that removes inflamed and infected areas on the inside of the infrected tooth. The inside of the tooth is then cleaned and disinfected. Once the cleaning is completed carefully, the tooth is then filled and resealed. This treatment is quick, efficient, and is proven to prevent and eliminate any further bacteria from entering and regrowing in the tooth. Overall, saving the tooth and in turn your smile. If you are located in Amesbury, MA or the surrounding area and are in search of a dental office for root canal therapy services,contact us today!

Signs You Need a Root Canal In Amesbury, MA

Here at Centerpoint Dental we are committed to helping you achieve the best whitest, brightest and more importantly healthiest smile that you can think of. However, with that comes sudden pain, discomfort, etc. If you are experiencing sensitivity to heat, cold, a chipped tooth, persistent pain, swollen gums, tooth discoloration, or tooth decay, you may need a root canal. However, it is important that you seek a dentists professional opinion. If you are experiencing these symptoms, give our office a call today we would be happy to assist you.


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Frequently Asked Questions About Root Canals?

You will be numb for approximately 2-4 hours following your root canal. However, you should be able to resume normal day to day activities immediately following the procedure. 

A standard root canal should not be any more painful than a regular dental procedure, like a filling. However you may be sore for a few hours or up to a few days. The discomfort should be mild, if you are experiencing severe pain, seek dental opinions immediately. 

Approximately 30-90 minutes. It depends on the overall severity of the case.

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