Escobar Family Dentistry | endodontics
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endodontics

The inside of the tooth contains nerves, lymphatic tissue and other tissue. If the tooth pulp becomes damaged or infected, some form of endodontic treatment is necessary. The most common form of endodontic treatment is the root canal.

Dr. Escobar may refer to a dental specialist depending on specific patient needs.