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Root Canals Are No Big Deal

A root canal in Berkley involves the removal of damaged or infected pulp in a tooth, and the removal of your pain

The roots of your teeth anchor them to the jawbone and are part of the pulp of the tooth. The pulp contains blood vessels and nerves, and is used to deliver nutrients to the tooth itself. As cavities form inside a tooth due to acids and bacteria, they can break into the pulp and begin to cause tooth nerves to become inflamed and infected. This usually causes extreme or unbearable pain. It also means that a large part of the tooth has been destroyed due to decay. When this happens, the tooth will eventually crack and break apart. To prevent this from happening to you, do not ignore tooth pain. Come in to see Dr. Richard Borson so he can determine if the cavity you have just needs a filling or you should have a root canal in Berkley. This will help you prevent having a tooth that breaks apart when you are not expecting it. Once a tooth breaks and falls apart, it must be extracted because it cannot be repaired. Dr. Richard Borson has vast experience performing root canals, and he will do so for you by utilizing painless dentistry. First he will remove the damaged pulp using laser technology, place filling materials into the hole caused by the cavity, and then cap the tooth with a porcelain crown to make it stronger than ever. Root canals are one of the most important dental services you can have, because it means that you can avoid losing a tooth that will be expensive and difficult to replace. Tooth loss impacts your general health, as it can cause malnutrition; not to mention it can change the stability of other teeth, deteriorate your jawbone and even adversely impact the way you look. So don’t wait! If you are having tooth pain, call our 24/7 emergency line at (248) 398-5050 to get an appointment with Dr. Richard Borson. Come experience painless dentistry and we will save a very important personal asset--- your tooth!
The roots of your teeth anchor them to the jawbone and are part of the pulp of the tooth. The pulp contains blood vessels and nerves, and is used to deliver nutrients to the tooth itself. As cavities form inside a tooth due to acids and bacteria, they can break into the pulp and begin to cause tooth nerves to become inflamed and infected. This usually causes extreme or unbearable pain. It also means that a large part of the tooth has been destroyed due to decay. When this happens, the tooth will eventually crack and break apart. To prevent this from happening to you, do not ignore tooth pain. Come in to see Dr. Richard Borson so he can determine if the cavity you have just needs a filling or you should have a root canal in Berkley. This will help you prevent having a tooth that breaks apart when you are not expecting it. Once a tooth breaks and falls apart, it must be extracted because it cannot be repaired. Dr. Richard Borson has vast experience performing root canals, and he will do so for you by utilizing painless dentistry. First he will remove the damaged pulp using laser technology, place filling materials into the hole caused by the cavity, and then cap the tooth with a porcelain crown to make it stronger than ever. Root canals are one of the most important dental services you can have, because it means that you can avoid losing a tooth that will be expensive and difficult to replace. Tooth loss impacts your general health, as it can cause malnutrition; not to mention it can change the stability of other teeth, deteriorate your jawbone and even adversely impact the way you look. So don’t wait! If you are having tooth pain, call our 24/7 emergency line at (248) 398-5050 to get an appointment with Dr. Richard Borson. Come experience painless dentistry and we will save a very important personal asset--- your tooth!

Red Flags That May Mean You Need A Root Canal

The symptoms of a root canal in Berkley can very from one person to another at Borson Dental

Here’s an Inside Look at Some of the Services We Offer at Borson Dental in Berkley

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You Can Trust Us With Your Tooth Pain

At Borson Dental, we will use laser technology for your root canal in Berkley, meaning no drills

Many patients are intimidated when they find out that they need a root canal in Berkley. This however, is a very common procedure at Borson Dental. Dr. Richard Borson can perform this procedure in a pain free dental environment, and it will not interfere with any commitments or tasks that you have for the next day. When performing a root canal, Dr. Richard Borson uses laser technology that makes the procedure as easy as a walk in the park. If you would like to use sedation, Dr. Richard Borson will select the right sedation method to fit your needs for the procedure. When the diseased root or pulp is removed from the tooth, a relatively large hole will be created. At this point, the hole is too large to support a normal filling without the sidewalls breaking away. To keep this from happening, Dr. Richard Borson will fit the weakened tooth with a beautiful, new porcelain crown. Now with filling materials on the inside of the tooth and the crown like a jacket around the outside of the tooth, it will be stronger and more functional than ever. So don’t lose a tooth unnecessarily when it can be saved by a root canal in Berkley that will restore your dental health in a very advantageous manner. Call our office now at (248) 398-5050.
Many patients are intimidated when they find out that they need a root canal in Berkley. This however, is a very common procedure at Borson Dental. Dr. Richard Borson can perform this procedure in a pain free dental environment, and it will not interfere with any commitments or tasks that you have for the next day. When performing a root canal, Dr. Richard Borson uses laser technology that makes the procedure as easy as a walk in the park. If you would like to use sedation, Dr. Richard Borson will select the right sedation method to fit your needs for the procedure. When the diseased root or pulp is removed from the tooth, a relatively large hole will be created. At this point, the hole is too large to support a normal filling without the sidewalls breaking away. To keep this from happening, Dr. Richard Borson will fit the weakened tooth with a beautiful, new porcelain crown. Now with filling materials on the inside of the tooth and the crown like a jacket around the outside of the tooth, it will be stronger and more functional than ever. So don’t lose a tooth unnecessarily when it can be saved by a root canal in Berkley that will restore your dental health in a very advantageous manner. Call our office now at (248) 398-5050.



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Set your worries aside when you come to Borson Dental in Berkley. Our friendly and caring staff will be attentive to your needs whatever they may be. Our dentist and entire dental staff of knowledgeable and experienced practitioners will quickly eliminate your dental pain and correct any dental issues you may have. To accomplish both of these primary goals, we have created a relaxing, comfortable, and safe dental environment where we practice pain free dentistry. No matter what your dental problem may be, there is nothing to fear---we are here to care for you! It is our intent that you will feel and look better when you leave our office with a smile on your face and a feeling of relief in your heart.

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"Dental Pain Is A Warning That Should Not Be Dismissed"

"Dental Pain Is A Warning That Should Not Be Dismissed"

Root canals in Berkley are a tooth saving dental procedure at Borson Dental

“After I have completed your root canal in Berkley, you will leave my office with a temporary crown. There will be little to no discomfort later and you will be able to resume your normal activities the next day. If you do have some sensitivity or mild discomfort later, you can use over the counter drugs like Ibuprofen or Extra Strength Tylenol for a day or two. Check with your pharmacist for advisement and directions on using these two pain relievers. If pain persists for more than a couple of days, call us and we will get you in that day so I can see if there is a problem that needs to be addressed. As soon as your new custom made porcelain crown comes back from our lab, you will be scheduled for an appointment. When you come back in I will replace the temporary crown you have with a new, permanent crown that will last you for years to come.”

“After I have completed your root canal in Berkley, you will leave my office with a temporary crown. There will be little to no discomfort later and you will be able to resume your normal activities the next day. If you do have some sensitivity or mild discomfort later, you can use over the counter drugs like Ibuprofen or Extra Strength Tylenol for a day or two. Check with your pharmacist for advisement and directions on using these two pain relievers. If pain persists for more than a couple of days, call us and we will get you in that day so I can see if there is a problem that needs to be addressed. As soon as your new custom made porcelain crown comes back from our lab, you will be scheduled for an appointment. When you come back in I will replace the temporary crown you have with a new, permanent crown that will last you for years to come.”

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