Stepping in to save your natural teeth

Protect your teeth for the long-term.

Root canals are the most common dental procedures performed to restore a cavity. It’s a simple treatment that is a lot less scary than it sounds!

Why choose non-surgical root canals?

Restore your tooth to its full health, eliminating the pain from a cavity.

Get back to your normal life of joyful eating and happy smiles!

Prevent the need for more invasive procedures like tooth removal or dental bridges.

The Legacy Difference

Restorative dentistry expertise

We are known for our quality of work and transformations we make for our patients using this technology.

Education & Choice

You are more than just your smile! We ensure that you fully understand what is happening and make decisions with you, not for you.

A non-surgical approach

Using the most advance techniques and technology, you’ll be able to drive home after your treatment! Most patients are able to quickly and comfortably return to their normal routine.

Comfortable Environment

From comfortable dentist chairs to a family-focused team, our offices are inviting, warm, and friendly in Dublin, OH.

The Legacy Family Dental Difference
Frequently asked questions

What do you need to know about root canals?

Your smile is unique – which is why we’ll take the time to build the best care path for you.

At the center of your tooth is pulp, a collection of blood vessels that helps to build the surrounding tooth. Infection of the pulp can be caused by trauma to the tooth, deep decay, cracks and chips, or repeated dental procedures. Root canals remove the injured pulp, clean, and seal it.

They can actually help relieve pain! Cavities can be painful, extremely sensitive to temperature, or visibly swell your gums. The actual root canal procedure can be made more comfortable with local anesthesia or laughing gas (sedation) if requested.

While you’re healing you’ll be recommended plans for managing pain and cleansing your mouth to prevent infections. We also recommend to avoid spicy seasonings and hard crunchy food for the first few days.

We first remove the injured pulp in your tooth. Then we fill it and seal it to prevent further injury or pain.

This generally takes just one visit and is less expensive than tooth removal and replacement.

Root canal treatment is long-lasting. To prevent further decay keep practicing good oral hygiene. See our best practices for brushing and flossing here.

Take a step towards a lifetime of great oral health.

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