Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) July 04, 2013
Patients of endodontist Dr. Allan Sandor in Jacksonville can take advantage of Dr. Sandor’s adoption of leading edge technology, to effectively perform the most complex root canals. Patients with cracked teeth often end up having the teeth extracted, but Dr. Sandor works to save teeth so that only a crown is needed instead of an extraction followed by a bridge, implant or denture.
When teeth become cracked, it opens up the possibility for infection inside the tooth’s center, known as the pulp. There are three basic layers to a tooth—the enamal (the hard outer portion), the dentin (a middle layer that supports the enamel) and the pulp (the center that contains blood vessels, nerves and more). Cracked teeth can become painful as infection in the pulp develops, causing the need for treatment by an endodontist in Jacksonville. Sometimes a cracked tooth must be extracted, but there are many times it can be saved.
During a root canal, a Jacksonville endodontist will clean out and remove all of the pulp from the affected cracked teeth or tooth. This can be an extensive process, requiring the ability to reach the tooth from different angles. To make this more possible, Dr. Sandor has equipped his office with the latest in mobile dental carts that feature all needed equipment as well as a clean, closed water supply so that he can move around as needed to work on a patient’s tooth from any angle. Known as the Advanced Systems Integrated (ASI) cart, this tool is a valued instrument.
A proper and thorough root canal is critical for patients wanting to keep a tooth. Only after a full and successful root canal can a crown be made and placed by the general dentist. Dr. Sandor takes great pride in providing the best equipment and root canal results to his patients so that they can save their teeth, even when cracked. To learn more about Dr. Sandor’s work, visit his website or call his office today.
About The Doctor
Sandor Endodontics is an endodontic practice offering patients modern treatment in performing root canals to save teeth in Jacksonville, FL. Dr. Allan Sandor completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida and received his dental degree from Marquette University, College of Dentistry in Milwaukee, WI. He was a dental officer in the United States Navy and completed a one year Advanced Education in General Dentistry at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Paris Island, SC. He was selected within the Navy for training in Endodontics and received his certificate from the University of Iowa, College of Dentistry. To learn more about Dr. Sandor, a published endodontist, visit his website at http://www.endodontistjacksonville.com and call (904) 302-9812.