Oasispark Dental - 18185 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON
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Oasispark Dental - 18185 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON
Oasispark Dental - 18185 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON
Oasispark Dental - 18185 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON

Treat Infections
With a Pulpectomy

Treat Infections With a Pulpectomy

Pulpectomy in Newmarket, ON

Is your child not looking forward to the dentist? We can’t say we blame them. That’s why we set out to change kids’ opinions of what a dental visit is like. Oasispark Dental strives to be a real fun oasis for our patients, who would probably rather not see us—even when they need serious oral care.

Do not neglect the health of your family’s teeth and gums. Contact our Newmarket practice today to learn more about our dental oasis and schedule an appointment.

What is a pulpectomy?

With a pulpectomy, we remove the inner soft tissue (i.e. the pulp) from an infected tooth. This procedure is also described as a partial root canal treatment since it comprises the first half of a root canal treatment and is commonly performed on baby teeth.

However, it differs from a root canal treatment. We commonly use a resorbable material upon filling the tooth’s canals, as the roots of baby teeth are resorbed when your child’s adult teeth erupt.

To help your child avoid serious dental issues, we highly recommend regular dental visits at least twice annually. Call or email us at your earliest convenience to book their next checkup or if you think they may already have a problem with their teeth!

When is it needed?

We may recommend a pulpectomy in Newmarket when the pulp of your child’s teeth has become infected in such a way that it cannot only be resolved with antibiotics. It is typically performed on children’s infected baby teeth to help reduce the risk of early baby tooth loss, which can cause bite and alignment problems.

If left untreated, this type of infection would likely create an abscessed tooth, leading to swelling of their face, head, or neck. Additionally, without proper treatment, young patients would likely experience bone loss in the surrounding region, as well as an infection of the surrounding bone and soft tissues.

Learn more about our dental oasis and how we can help all members of your family with effective treatments and procedures in a relaxed and calm environment. Book today!

How do we perform it?

A pulpectomy in Newmarket, ON, does not have to be daunting, especially with local anesthesia to freeze the affected tooth’s site. There are four necessary steps involved in this procedure:

  1. First, our dental team will create a small access hole in the surface of your tooth.
  2. Next, we will remove the pulp, decayed nerve tissue, and related debris from the tooth’s canals.
  3. Then, we thoroughly disinfect the root canal with an antibacterial solution, then prepare it to receive the filling material by slightly enlarging and shaping it.
  4. Lastly, we will fill the tooth’s root canals, pulp chamber, and surface access hole with a restorable material and seal it.

Schedule your consultation today at our Newmarket dental practice. Call or email Oasispark Dental to speak with one of our team members and meet us in person.


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Office Hours

Mon – Fri: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Sat and Sun: Times vary
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Comfort Menu

Heat therapy with paraffin wax
Massage chair
Available Wi-Fi
Netflix during treatment
Air hockey table
Fresh hot and cold towels
Kids Playroom (TV & Toys)

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CALL (289) 809-9797

to book an appointment
or fill the form below and we will
contact you for the appointment

Oasispark Dental - 18185 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON
Oasispark Dental - 18185 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON

18185 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON

Oasispark Dental - 18185 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON

Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 6:00PM
Sat and Sun: Times vary
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