If any of these descriptions describe your pain, then you may need a Root Canal!
- Pain and pressure in your teeth
- Teeth are overly reactive to hot or cold food and beverages
- You notice your tooth starts to darken slowly
- Pain and tenderness in and around your gums
- Pain from a toothache wakes you up in the middle of the night, affecting your quality of sleep
- Tooth pain that is not relieved with over-the-counter pain medications
If the thought of having a SE Calgary root canal causes you anxiety, we have several Sedation Dentistry options for you to consider.
Saving your natural teeth is our priority, but there are times when SE Calgary root canal therapy is not the best treatment option. In cases where removing the tooth is the next step, we will discuss your long-term options for replacing the missing teeth, such as Dental Implants.
To many people, the thought of a Root Canal is a scary procedure. The good news, it is not as scary as it sounds! When you visit Concept Dentistry for root canal treatment in Calgary, we first take an x-ray to assess the shape of your tooth’s root. If we ascertain that the root is inflamed and the pulp has been damaged, we then need to proceed with the Root Canal Procedure.
First, a local anesthetic is given. For those who suffer from dental anxiety and fear, we offer SE Calgary Sedation Dentistry options so you can get the procedure you need. We then make an opening in the tooth. The pulp is then removed, and the Root Canal is disinfected, filled, and sealed. We use a temporary filling to seal the tooth opening, and your root canal treatment calgary procedure is complete.
A lot of press has been given to how painful this procedure is our Calgary dental Team experiences quite the opposite. The relief that our patients feel to no longer be in pain is very gratifying!
After your procedure, your teeth may be a bit more sensitive than normal as well you will have to be aware that you may still have some ongoing pain or infection until the inflammation decreases. If you suffer continued pain, we ask that you call us at any time after your procedure. Our Calgary Dental Team is here to help!