Root canals in Fort Myers relieve dental pain and keep the mouth functional. Patients often fear root canals, but in our office this treatment is comfortable, pain-free, and even relaxing. Coming to us for root canal therapy means:George A. Hoop, DDS, PA on Root Canals Read Transcript
Root canals for a lot of patients is a very scary procedure. Everybody's heard some horror story about all the pain and the discomfort that's associated with it. Usually, that's just not the case. With the technology and the procedures that we have today, most root canals can be done very comfortably. In fact, fairly frequently, we have patients come back in after they've had the procedure and say, I thought it was amazing, it's not what I expected. The technology has improved, the procedures have improved, they're easier to do, they're simpler to do and just more predictable.
- Saving your tooth and keeping it functional for years
- Removing harmful infection from your mouth
- Immediately getting you out of pain
- Saving you time and cost down the road
Our office is a general dentistry location that treats a wide variety of dental problems. If you need a root canal procedure, you won’t have to travel around town. We’ll handle it right here! Give us a call for all of your restorative dentistry needs at 239-312-5748.
Managing Dental Problems in a Stress-Free Environment
Dr. Hoop understands patients can be nervous about dental procedures like root canals, but the treatment is predictable — about 95 percent of root canals are successful. During a root canal, Dr. Hoop will make a small hole in the tooth, remove the infection, and then fill the tooth with a material called gutta-purcha. Most teeth will need dental crowns following the procedure to strengthen the tooth.
We’ll ensure you remain comfortable during root canal therapy with:
- Private operatories and patient amenities
- A dentist who has many years of experience performing the procedure
- Sensitive and soothing team that puts you at ease
- State-of-the-art technology like 3-D scans, intraoral cameras, and digital X-rays to better diagnose and treat problems
- Sedation dentistry to help keep you comfortable in the dental chair or enable you to sit through longer dental treatments
It’s important to manage dental issues before they go on to cause more damage. Root canal infections can spread to nearby healthy teeth – and even elsewhere in the body – so patients need to address the problem as soon as possible.
Let Dr. Hoop examine your mouth and put you on the path to a healthier smile. Give us a call today at 239-312-5748 for more information on root canals in Fort Myers, FL.