We offer Root Canal Therapy for patients that have non-vital or fractured teeth that have pulp exposure. When a pet has a broken or non-vital tooth, it can be really painful and cannot be left or watched because we know that the infection happens under the gumline and we would not be able to see a change to the tooth with the naked eye. Root Canal Therapy is where we use a very special process in order to save the tooth and keep it functional. We clean out the pulp cavity and disinfect it, fill it with a material to save it, and restore the surface of the tooth. There are many advantages of a Root Canal compared to an extraction and they include:

  • Minimal pain and discomfort post operatively
  • The tooth remains functional
  • Lower risk of surgical complications

Crown impressions, also known as dental impressions, are taken to create custom-fitted dental crowns. Crowns are prosthetic devices used to restore and protect damaged or weakened teeth. The crown captures the exact shape and size of the tooth, which is then sent to a dental laboratory for fabrication. Once the crown is ready, it is placed over the prepared tooth, providing strength, protection, and an improved appearance.

Crown placement is the final step in the process of restoring a damaged or decayed tooth. The crown is carefully cemented or bonded to the prepared tooth, restoring its function and aesthetics. Crown placement is a precise procedure that requires proper preparation, fitting, and placement techniques to ensure a successful restoration.

Please give us a call to discuss this option for your pet!