Root Canal Dentists in
Havre de Grace, MD
Suffering from Tooth Decay and Infection?
Let’s Restore the Health of Your Smile.
Over 90% of adults will experience tooth decay at some point in their life. If detected early enough, decay can be corrected with a small composite filling.
However, left untreated, it can spread and start an infection in your tooth pulp and root. When this happens, a high-tech, modern root canal may be required.
At Union Dental Center, we use the latest minimally-invasive technologies to offer endodontic treatments to stop decay and infection in its’ tracks. Our root canal treatments are highly effective and focused on your comfort.
What Is a Root Canal?
Signs You May Need A Root Canal
Your teeth are very sensitive to hot and cold
Our Approach to Your Care & Comfort
We use the most technologically-advanced, minimally-invasive procedures available. You won’t believe how far dentistry has come when you experience our gentle and stress-free care.
Our experienced team is here to relieve pain and help you smile again.
Patients Love Our…
There’s never any judgment or lecturing here. Our friendly staff is only here to help.
“I had a bad infection in a molar that was painful and caused significant swelling and discomfort to my face. My regular dentist gave me steroids and couldn’t perform the needed root canal for three weeks. I called Union Dentist and got in right away. Dr. Fredman was concerned about the infection and recommended a root canal. He performed the procedure the same day and I was feeling much better in a matter of a few hours. I will be making this office my new dentist.”
– Ed H.
Frequently Asked Questions About Root Canals
Do root canals hurt?
The root canal procedure is virtually painless. We use local anesthesia to help you feel relaxed and comfortable throughout the entire procedure. You may experience some mild discomfort after the surgery.
How long does a root canal procedure take?
Root canals are normally completed in one visit and take no more than 2 hours. However, if you have a severely infected tooth, you may need 2 or more visits. In that case, your dentist will give you an estimate of how long it will take to complete your procedure.
What should I expect after a root canal treatment?
The first thing you’ll notice once the anesthetic wears off is that the intense pain you were experiencing before the surgery will be gone.
Most people experience tenderness in the area for a few days after the procedure. Your dentist will provide you with some aftercare instructions to help you recover quickly.
Get Started Today.
We’re always welcoming new patients and are here to help. See a dentist in Havre de Grace, MD today.