ROOT CANALS

When tooth decay and damage extends through the outer enamel and dentine layers of a tooth into the inner pulp layer, a root canal is your best option. It will alleviate your pain and prevent further damage without having to actually remove the tooth itself.

How Root Canals Work

1. We will clean out the inner area, removing any bacteria and dead nerve or pulp tissue that may be causing you pain.
2. Then we will fill the inner portions and seal it to prevent further damage.
3. A crown may then be required as the tooth can become brittle. But don't worry; we can handle that too!

In the end, we eliminate the pain you're experiencing while preserving your existing teeth and your smile.

Olney Dental

Teeth Whitening | Ultrasonic Cleaning and Hygiene | Periodic Dental Examination | Cosmetic Dentistry | Restorative Dentistry | Oral Surgery | Root Canals | Gum Dental Treatment | Dental Fillings
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Olney Dental provides Montgomery County's premier family dental care, pediatric dental care and cosmetic dental care for children, adults,
and seniors in Montgomery County near Brookeville, Gaithersburg, Sandy Spring, Washington Grove, and Rockville MD.


Olney Dental | 18111 Prince Philip Drive, Suite T-17 | Olney, Maryland 20832 | Phone: (301) 774-7887 | URL: