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Root Canal Therapy in Toronto

Root canal therapy completely relates to the problem that arises due to nerve infection. If the inner nerve gets infected, it urgently requires a treatment called Endodontics or a root canal. On the other hand, if this nerve infection is left untreated, there are higher chances of having dangerous dental problems, like Oral cancer. Our dental experts will provide pain-free and enjoyable root canal therapy in Toronto. Just call us now and make your appointment.

Root canals are well known among the general public, not because they are frequent, but rather because they are an unpleasant dental operation. People have strange misconceptions about root canal surgery in their heads. Patients typically experience anxiety before treatments, and some decide against getting them altogether. That is a significant contributor to the rise in dental issues.

However, there is some good news for people who are thinking of getting a root canal. Patients now have access to a range of anaesthetic facilities, including sedation dentistry, thanks to technological improvements. Therefore, with its help, patients can have a painless root canal treatment while maintaining a wide open field of vision.

Isn’t it magical? Indeed, it is because you will get rid of that pain that is preventing you from enjoying your favourite food and smoothie.

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Typical Symptoms of Root Canal Therapy

If your answer is yes to any of the following questions, then don’t wait anymore and book your appointment with our experts for your root canal treatment:

  • Do you have frequent tooth and gum pain?
  • Are you experiencing extreme sensitivity to heat, cold, and pressure?
  • Do you have an old cavity that is causing pain now?
  • Are your lymph nodes are getting swollen?
  • Is there any pus that is draining in your mouth?

The Procedure of Root Canal Therapy in Toronto

Our dental expert will examine our root canal therapy in Toronto, in the first sitting after carefully scanning your mouth through a digital X-ray. Then instructions will be given to you if you want to avail yourself of the sedation facility. Once everything is over, the procedure will commence in the second sitting. You will be given the sedatives before the procedure.

Your tooth will go numb as the medication takes effect, and a rubber dam will be applied to keep it dry during the procedure. Finally, there will be a deep cut in the infected teeth. Our dentist will remove the tooth decay along with all the affected nerves, tissue, and bacteria.

Then the teeth are cleaned for a dental filling, and after it, the dental crown is placed to protect the teeth.

When the treatment concludes in the next days and weeks, you will become sensitive to the intake of warmth and cold. But after the healing process is over, you won’t have to worry about gum or nerve pain to eat everything you want.

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Why do I Need to Have a Root Canal?

Tissue dies when pulp becomes infected or injured because it is unable to mend itself. Therefore, if the filling is loose, the tooth is broken, or the cavity is deep, bacteria may enter the pulp.

The infection will eventually kill the pulp. The bacteria get in through the holes in the roots, which can lead to an infection inside the bone. In fact, an infection makes bones weak and breaks them down. Your natural tooth will become loose because the ligaments around it will swell. If the pulp is hurt, the tooth will be sensitive to both hot and cold. Also, it could hurt to chew, and some people have throbbing pain all the time. The tissue can’t fix itself, and it dies. So bacteria can get into the pulp if the cavity is deep, the tooth is cracked, or the filling is loose.

The pulp will finally die from the infection. The openings in the roots allow the bacteria to enter, which can cause an infection inside the bone. In actuality, an infection weakens and degrades bones. Because of the swelling of the ligaments surrounding your natural tooth, it will become loose. The tooth will be sensitive to heat and cold if the pulp is damaged. Additionally, some people have constant throbbing pain, and chewing may ache.

Is Getting a Root Canal Painful?

Making sure there is no tooth pain throughout the entire process is one of the initial stages. Your dentist often accomplishes this by administering a local or general anesthetic to you. If you don’t need to be put to sleep, a local anesthetic will relieve the discomfort of a dental filling. Your tooth can feel sensitive after the procedure. A tooth’s sensitivity to warmth, sweet foods, air, or pressure is very typical. The tooth will be more sensitive for a few weeks following the surgery. Avoid doing anything that can damage the tooth at this time.
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