High-quality endodontic treatment
At Village Dental, our team will help minimize your risk of tooth decay, disease, and damage. But life happens, and sometimes a root canal just can’t be avoided.
When root canal treatment is the best recommendation for you, we ensure your visit is comfortable and stress-free. Root canal therapy is a safe, simple, and effective way to stop decay and infection and save your tooth from extraction.
Book online now or call us at (303) 220-7662.
What To Expect
1. 3D Imaging & Diagnosis
Modern tech allows us to understand the anatomy of your tooth to treat it correctly.
2. Remove the Infection
We’ll remove decay, clean and disinfect your canal system, and seal the canal.
3. Restoring the Tooth
We’ll design a custom crown to cover and protect the tooth, restoring beauty and function.
Our root canal warranty
How much does a root canal cost?
Village Dental is a top-rated implant specialist
I am a surgeon so I know what it takes to care for a patient. Steve is an amazing dentist. He performed 3 implants in less than 45 min. He is knowledgeable and skilled.
— Al B.
Dr. Steve went above and beyond to make my new implants fit perfectly!
— Jim S.
Dr. Zervas has done implants for my father. He made the entire experience pleasant and did such a fantastic job! He takes the time to do the job right… the first time.
— Mahe R.
We’re conveniently located in the Denver Tech Center area. Find us on the 4th floor of the Triad Office Park building. Plenty of free parking available.
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Frequently Asked Questions
More questions? We’re ready to help. Give us a call at (303) 220-7662 or book online now.
What is a root canal treatment?
Root canal treatment addresses the issue of decay that has spread to the nerve of your tooth and caused an infection. Left untreated, you’ll eventually lose the tooth. A root canal procedure involves removing the nerve and then carefully cleaning and sealing the canal. The final step of your root canal is usually a dental crown.