Root canal

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Most people have strong, negative feelings about losing their teeth. Yet, it does not make sense that a lot of people still take their teeth for granted. Up to 15% of the US population do not seek dental services due to misconceptions and fears. As a result, many patients seek dental treatments that could have been prevented if they visit their doctors at least twice a year. A decaying tooth is the main culprit for performing dental treatments. One of the common dental treatments is root canal. According to the American Association of Endodontists, more than 15 million people root canals are performed each year. More than 41,000 root canals are performed each day. root canals are performed due to patient’s lack of regard for their teeth. During this procedure, the pulp is removed from the center of the tooth to create a cavity. Pulp is the innermost layer of a tooth, and contains nerves and blood vessels. Afterwards, fillings such as medicine and other fillings are used to fill up the pulp cavity. Then, a crown or cap is used to seal the tooth. Before the procedure, the dentist uses local anesthetic to numb the gums, teeth, and the tongue. root canals are essential in preventing more infection to other teeth. If left untreated, bacteria in the mouth can cause infection in the blood stream as well—leaving patients in a dangerous situation. Though root canals can save one’s tooth, it may not be a permanent solution. Tooth undergoing this procedure becomes weaker and prone to breakage. Too much damage and decay can make this procedure ineffective, and so sometimes, it is better to extract the tooth.Root Canal Dr Zakhor

Dental Specialties

Root canals are usually performed by endodontists, people who specializes in saving teeth. It is quite rare to find someone who is well-rounded in the field of dentistry. A great case in point would be Dr. Mansour Zakhor, a cosmetic and emergency dentist. He can perform root canals and other numerous dental services to his clients round the clock at his Westwood dental clinic. Aside from root canals, this “dentist-to-the-stars” performs veneers, implants, braces, Invisalign, ClearCorrect, teeth whitening, tooth extraction and gum reshaping. He advises patients to prevent from having tooth decay by changing our lifestyles to healthier ones. He advises us to eat food rich in sugar and carbs moderately as bacteria feed on sugar. These bacteria that feed on sugar can cause plaque, which causes decay. Moreover, it is imperative to brush frequently and floss everyday. In addition, it is a must to hydrate the mouth as having a dry mouth can cause tooth decay as well. People with diabetes are candidates for tooth decay; thus, they must seek dental help at all times. And second hand smokers, beware, as you guys are candidates for decay as well. For more pieces of advice and preventative treatments, you can visit his clinic. Dr. Zakhor is truly someone who cares for his patients. It is not surprising that there are numerous positive reviews about him online. He once left a friend’s wedding just to attend an emergent situation. He even gave up his holiday just to be with his patients. He is clearly well-rounded because aside from his dental expertise, he has a heart.

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