Unfortunately, a root canal is not possible in some cases. This occurs if the canals are not accessible or if advanced gum disease or root fractures are present.
A root canal gives you the benefit of not having a missing tooth, which can affect eating and speaking. It also can reduce the need for continued dental work. The affected tooth will last as long as the rest of your teeth, provided you care for your teeth properly. It is important you get proper endodontic treatment from us for the best results!