Using our in-house cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) equipment, Dr. Antoun will take detailed 3D x-rays to reveal the exact anatomy of your tooth roots before he even begins treatment, ensuring that we avoid common problems like missed canals, incomplete cleaning of the canals, or even a misdiagnosis.
Once these images are taken, Dr. Antoun will begin treatment. He will clean the treatment area and numb your mouth. The tooth will be separated with a dental dam to prevent the spread of oral bacteria. Then, Dr. Antoun will use specialized tools to remove any damaged material from your tooth and open up a small hole in the surface.
Through this hole, Dr. Antoun will extract damaged and decayed tooth material. The interior of your tooth will be flushed and disinfected, then filled with a rubbery material that replaces the pulp and supports the structure of your tooth. Finally, your tooth will be restored with a filling or crown.