Affordable, Same-Day Root Canals
A root canal is a quick, relatively painless procedure that can help relieve tooth pain and save a damaged tooth. This commonly performed procedure can also prevent a later need for dental implants or bridges. DDS Dentures + Implant Solutions can ease your pain and repair your tooth with a quick, painless root canal procedure.
Do I need a root canal?
In the center of your tooth is pulp, a collection of blood vessels. This pulp helps make up the rest of the surrounding tooth, but can become infected due to trauma, decay, cracks, chips or even multiple dental procedures. As the pulp weakens, this leaves your tooth susceptible to further damage. You might need a root canal if you experience any of the following symptoms:
- Visible injury or swelling of the tooth
- Sensitivity to temperature
- Pain in the tooth or gums
What is a root canal?
If you experience any of the above symptoms, your dentist will recommend a root canal. In this procedure, the dentist will go in and remove the damaged pulp and clean out the root canal system thoroughly, then seal it. The area will generally be placed under local anesthesia for the procedure. After the procedure is completed you’ll be able to drive home and return to your normal routine without downtime. This procedure can be completed in the same visit at our DDS Dentures + Implant Solutions offices, making it even easier to return to work or your regularly scheduled activities afterward.
How much does a root canal cost?
At DDS Solutions, we strive to make our root canal procedure as affordable as possible. However, the cost will vary depending on a number of factors, including the amount of damage to the tooth and which tooth is affected. Generally, a root canal procedure is less expensive than what happens if the damaged tooth is not fixed: removal of the tooth and replacement with a dental implant.
Contact DDS Dentures + Implant Solutions for Root Canal Services Today
At DDS Dentures + Implant Solutions, we take great pride in providing root canals that are done with care and precision – at a rate you can afford. We believe in making quality care accessible to patients, and with locations across six states, we can make that possible. If you are experiencing tooth pain and think you may need a root canal, delaying treatment could cause further damage to your tooth and lead to more expensive dental procedures in the future. Don’t wait – contact us online or call us at 844-693-3688 today!