Maine Family Dental Practice
(207) 947-1166 • www.MaineFamilyDental.com
Travis Buxton, DDS

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New Patients | Bangor ME Dentist

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Dental Services Bangor ME | Dentist 04401

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Bangor ME Family Dental Office

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I need a root canal. Will it hurt?

Toothache | Root Canal Bangor, METhere is no dental procedure that has a worse reputation than a root canal. This is because it is usually associated with pain, and it's likely that if you need a root canal you are in pain due to an infection in your tooth.

What causes tooth infection?

It happens when decay reaches the inside of your tooth and affects the nerve. Or it can happen in the form of a dental emergency, when your tooth is traumatized by an injury or accident. Your tooth can also become infected when it is cracked or fractured. Root canals in Bangor ME will actually relieve the pain you are feeling and eliminate your infection so your tooth can heal.

Root Canals in Bangor, ME

At Maine Family Dental, we do everything we can to ensure that you feel comfortable during your root canal procedure. Dr. Buxton is highly skilled and gentle, so you'll find that your procedure is smooth and efficient. For patients who need extra care during their treatment procedures, we offer nitrous oxide, which is a gas that can help patients feel relaxed and at ease during dental procedures. Nitrous leaves your system quickly after your procedure, so you'll be able to drive home and resume activities.

If you need a root canal in Bangor, ME, don't delay your treatment. A dental infection that is left untreated could result in tooth loss, so be sure to contact Maine Family Dental to schedule your appointment with our 04401 dentist.

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The safety and health of our Patients and Team are too important for us to remain open during this time. Effective today, our office is postponing all appointments until further notice for non-essential dental treatment based on the recommendations from the American Dental Association. We will continue to see patients with dental emergencies so please call our office today if you are experiencing a dental emergency. Please click here for more info! Thank you so much for your understanding and please be safe!