Root Canal Rockville MD

Root Canal An Overview

Root canals are a preferred conservative dental treatment option that can help avoid the need for a tooth extraction. Rockville MD dentist Dr. Sarkarzadeh will make every effort to preserve the integrity and function of the natural smile. Root canals can protect the tooth and help to secure the structure of the jaw and bite. Root canals remove diseased tissue from the tooth and use a dental crown to stabilize the tooth.

Contrary to popular belief,  root canals are a routine dental procedure, and many patients experience little to no discomfort during treatment. Once Dr. Sarkarzadeh removes the diseased tissue, many patients enjoy relief from their pain caused by the infection of the tooth pulp.

root canal treatment in Rockville MD

Friendly staff - excellent place for dental implantsBilly W.
For me, Congressional dental is one of the best in the entire area. Dr. Sakarzadeh and Dr Farzin are the combinations you need for implants. They are highly dependable, very courteous and well trained as well as the staff working…Anne P-Louis
I've had a number of procedures at this terrific dental practice, the latest of which was having two teeth pulled in preparation for the placement of implants. The staff is kind and considerate and more than willing to answer questions.…Teddi P.
I had a fantastic experience here! I had to get four teeth extracted in order to prep my mouth for braces, and experienced no pain! The day after my procedure, Cynthia at the front desk called to check on me.…Kayla A.
I can say that no one even comes close to Dr. Sarkar's level of professionalism, care, skill and friendliness. He fixed mistakes from years ago and helped my mother tremendously. I would not see another dentist in the DMV.Gilbert A.

Root Canal What to Expect

Your dentist can typically complete a root canal procedure in just one visit to our Rockville, MD dentist office.

Dr. Sarkarzadeh will make a tiny hole in the back of the tooth. Using specialized tools, he will enter the tooth through the small hole, and remove the diseased pulp from the interior of the tooth. The tooth will be thoroughly cleaned and filled with a biocompatible material. This material will fill the tooth, stabilizing the structure of the tooth and sealing it off from future decay.

The final step of the root canal treatment is a dental crown. Dr. Sarkarzadeh recommends dental crowns for root canals to strengthen the tooth and support a more stable bite.