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Rovi Smile Center

Root Canal


The Root Canal Process at Rovi Smile Center in Coral Springs, FL

How long does a root canal take? It’s typically a two to three appointment process. After numbing with a local anesthetic, Dr. Rovirosa opens the canal and cleans out infected tissue. A sealant, medicine, and a temporary filling are put in. A crown is then crafted to fit your tooth specifically. A crown is seen by some as an optional procedure after a root canal but crowns provide a more stable biting structure. Because just a thin shell can be left, the tooth could be prone to breakage if left without a crown, which covers it and blends with your smile.



Endodontics, also known as root canals, are an important part of restorative dentistry and these are available in Coral Springs, FL at Rovi Smile Center. Dr. Daniel Rovirosa and his team would be happy to help you, should a root canal be necessary. At times when tooth decay is severe, infected nerves need to be removed. If you’re not sure whether or not you need a dental filling or a root canal, Dr. Rovirosa would be happy to provide a consultation.

Gentle Dentistry for Root Canals in Coral Springs, FL

While the root canal is often joked about as a painful procedure, many of our patients find root canals practically painless. We do all we can to make endodontics and your trip to the dentist anxiety-free, minimally invasive, and highly effective. Your smile is important both for your confidence as well as for your health and we make creating and maintaining beautiful smiles our top priority. To book an appointment with Dr. Daniel Rovirosa at his Coral Springs dental office, schedule a root canal appointment or other consultation here on our site or call us at (954) 755-8003.

We Can Help You

Dr. Daniel Rovirosa, AKA Dr. Rovi, is a different kind of dentist. By combining advanced dental technology with a gentle, friendly style, Dr. Rovirosa will make you and your family more comfortable than you ever thought possible.

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