Endodontic Therapy / Root Canal Therapy Dentist in Frisco, Texas
Dental Endodontic Treatment – Root Canal Therapy Dentistry Frisco, Texas
Reasons for endodontic therapy:
- Decay is affecting the tooth’s pulp
An abscess or infection has developed at the root tip or inside the tooth
- Injury or trauma has caused the pulp to die, risking infection
- The tooth’s root is fractured
- Problematic tooth anatomy is threatening the health of the tooth and/or adjacent teeth
- Endodontic treatment generally takes one visit. Your tooth may be sensitive for several days following treatment, but this will diminish as the tooth heals and the inflammation subsides
About Dr. Solmaz Shir, DDS
Presently, Dr. Solmaz Shir is a Board Certified Specialist in Pediatric Dentistry. In addition, Dr. Shir, Received her Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science from the University of Texas at Austin, and her Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S) degree from University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio.
Specifically, Dr. Solmaz Shir graduated from dental school with a distinction in academic teaching. After that, she received numerous leadership, academic, and dentistry awards. As a result, Dr. Solmaz Shir has held a position as part-time faculty at Baylor College of Dentistry while practicing general dentistry in private practice setting in DFW area.
Sheer Smiles participates with most PPO insurance plans. Medicaid and CHIP accepted.
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Same Day Pediatric Emergency Appointments!
Sudden dental injuries or severe pain can be frightening. In these emergency situations, we will be there to help your child, 24/7/365!
What Our Kids Parents Think About Us!
Dr. Shir was amazing!!
Best pediatric dental I have visited!
My two little ones love going to Sheer Smiles!
Dr. Shir will provide the best Pediatric Dentistry services for your child!
What diet and nutritional advice can be offered for building strong teeth?
Experts agree that children need food from all the major food groups to grow properly and stay healthy. Too many carbohydrates, sugars (for example, from cake, cookies, candies, milk, fruit juice, and other sugary foods and beverages), and savory foods and starches (for example, pretzels and potato chips) can cause tooth decay. How long carbohydrates remain on the teeth is the main culprit that leads to tooth decay. Read more