Endodontic Dental Care Treatment from Mullenbach Dentistry of La Crosse

Mullenbach Dentistry: The La Crosse Area's Endodontic and Root Canal Dental Experts

Mullenbach Dentistry Endodontic Dental Health Services

Endodontic Therapy, or Root Canal Treatment, is a treatment performed by the dental health care professionals at Mullenbach Dentistry of La Crosse.


There was a time when, if a tooth was damaged or diseased, it was simply pulled. Today, thanks to specialized endodontic, or root canal treatment, the pain can be alleviated and the tooth saved.

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Mullenbach Dentistry is dedicated to your family's dental health. We have been serving the entire La Crosse area for over 30 years with the same dedicated staff, all committed to providing exceptional general and specialized dental services.

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Mullenbach Dentistry provides a wide variety of general dentistry services, as well as specialized dental services. From Preventative Dentistry to Restorative Care, Mullenbach Dentistry is regarded as one of the most complete dental care specialists in the La Crosse area.

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As a patient of Mullenbach Dentistry, you will always see Dr. Mullenbach himself.

With more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of general dentistry, Dr. Mullenbach has devoted his entire career to serving the people of the La Crosse area for their dental heatlh care.

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Endodontic Therapy (Root Canal Treatment) Provided by Mullenbach Dentistry of La Crosse

Mullenbach Dentistry: Root Canal Treatment, or Endodontic Therapy

Root canals get a bad rap. Literally! And frankly, a "bad rap" is oftentimes the reason why a root canal, or Endodontic Treatment, needs to be performed. A sharp blow to the tooth, or tooth disease, can result in this kind of treatment being a necessary step. But when this treatment is performed by Mullenbach Dentistry, the results can be pain free and the tooth saved.

Endodontics by Mullenbach Dentistry

Root Canal Treatment, or Endodontic Therapy: Pain Free, and The Tooth Is Saved

Root Canal Treatment from Mullenbach Dentistry Prentative Dental Care ServicesEndodontic treatment by the trained and experienced endodontic dentist at Mullenbach Dentistry becomes necessary when the dental pulp inside a tooth becomes inflamed or infected as a result of deep tooth decay, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, or a crack, chip or other injury to the tooth.

Signs and Symptoms of that You May Need Endodontic Therapy

If you feel you have these symptoms, it is best to first schedule an examination with Dr. Mullenbach to make a thorough examination and analysis. Those symptoms and problems can include the following:

 Significant tooth discomfort or pain

Prolonged tooth sensitivity to hot and cold

Gum tenderness to the touch and when chewing


Tooth discoloration

Drainage and tenderness in the lymph nodes, jaw bone and gingival tissues

If you have any of these symptoms, please contact us immediately.

What is Endodontic Therapy, and a Root Canal?

Endodontic procedures are used to alleviate pain associated with the inner tooth pulp, and the area just outside or around the root of the tooth. Pulp therapy is a common procedure performed by Mullenbach Dentistry in which the dental pulp of the tooth is removed from the tooth chamber. The exterior of the tooth remains unchanged.

Endodontic treatment is also necessary for the surgical removal of diseased or abnormal tissues, the repair of cracked teeth, or the replacement or replantation of teeth knocked out by an injury.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned above, it is urgent that you contact us as soon as possible for a diagnosis by Dr. Mullenbach. This is not a a problem that will simply "go away" or "get better", but will only worsen over time.

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