Root Canal Treatment in Calgary
When the inner tissue of the tooth gets infected or inflamed due to decay, cracks, chips, or trauma, Root Canal Treatment becomes necessary. Patients who face issues like hot/cold sensitivity, dull jaw ache, toothache, sharp pain when biting down or applying pressure indicate that a root canal treatment is needed.
Our professional dentists understand that root canal ailments can bring severe discomfort and pain. We accept all walk-in emergency cases of root canal treatments to alleviate pain.
Widely rumoured as a painful procedure, Root Canal Treatment is not what it used to be. By using modern technology and anesthesia, it’s possible to perform the procedure with ease. Looking over the results and relief the treatment provides, the slight pain and discomfort of the treatment are worth the money. The treatment will enable our patients to save their teeth from getting extracted. You can be assured that the root canal procedure won’t feel any different than a routine dental filling appointment. With our help, you will be able to continue enjoying the foods you love while retaining your teeth alignment down the road. We firmly believe in saving your original smile at all costs.
While making the decision of choosing between root canal or extraction, the former method is preferable by most patients. Hence, it is our preference and obligation to preserve your natural teeth and structure. At Haysboro Dental Care, you will get world-class dental treatment that surpasses your expectations.
A Treatment to Give Your Lifetime of Happiness
Root Canal Treatment offers a lifetime of perfect smiles with proper oral hygiene. To make certain that the treatment lasts as long as the other teeth, you will need a routine check-up and further care. Still, like other dental restoration treatments, the root canal is not a permanent solution to prevent future tooth decay. We suggest that you stay consistent with your brushing and flossing.
With treatment that results in minimal pain, you will be able to return to your daily activities immediately. The after effects of the treatment include minor soreness in gums or sensitivity while chewing. Don’t worry as these effects will subside in a couple of days! The dentist however, will advise you to chew using the opposite side to let the tooth rest a bit.
Pay With Insurance
Most dental insurance companies provide coverage for the cost of Root Canal Treatment. The price is determined by the tooth that is being treated. Molars have 3 or 4 root canals, and incisors have only one. Depending on your insurance, the cost will be covered in the plan according to the treatment.
Our dentists regularly treat walk-in patients with dental emergencies seeking relief from severe pain, injury or infection.Learn More
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Through dental restorations we can repair or replace teeth that have been damaged by decay, trauma, or infection.Learn More
When inner tissue of a tooth gets infected or inflamed due to trauma, decay, or cracks, Root Canal Treatment becomes necessary.Learn More
Sedation (Sleep Dentistry)
Patients with dental anxiety or phobia may delay their routine checkups and visits to a dentist and avoid the treatment they need.Learn More