Clayton Animal Hospital, white pawprint on teal cross, boarding and grooming

 

 

In pets, root canal therapy is usually reserved for teeth that are essential for chewing or jaw support. In over-simplified terms, a root canal begins with a small hole being drilled into the central core of the tooth. The living center of the tooth, called the pulp, is removed and replaced with a substance called gutta-percha. The procedure results in a non-painful tooth resistant to infection.

 

Clayton Animal Hospital is fortunate to have three veterinarians with experience performing root canal procedures:  Dr. Stacey Beam, Dr. Kelly Camacho and Dr. Christina Holzer.

 

 

Root Canal Therapy

Clayton Animal Hospital

11058 US 70 Bus. Hwy. W.

Clayton, NC  27520

 

Clayton Animal Hospital, white pawprint on teal cross, boarding and grooming
Clayton Animal Hospital, white pawprint on teal cross, boarding and grooming