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When your tooth becomes inflamed or infected, a root canal may be the appropriate response. Root canal therapy involves the removal of infected pulp from inside a tooth, cleaning and disinfecting it. The tooth is then filled and sealed. A filling is then added onto the root canal; we advise putting a crown on the top of the root canal tooth for protection. A root canal can regularly offer a contrasting option of having your damaged or decayed tooth extracted which also helps maintain your smile’s default appearance.
For more information concerning root canal therapy, kindly call us at Walk-In Dental Clinic, North York, Toronto. You can visit our location today. No appointment is required.

A root canal is a treatment to repair and salvage a severely damaged or infected tooth. The process includes removing the damaged area of the tooth (the pulp), cleaning and disinfecting it after which filling and sealing is done. The typical causes affecting the pulp are cracked tooth, a deep cavity, repeated dental treatment to the tooth or trauma. The term “root canal” simply implies cleaning of the canals within the tooth’s root.

Our Treatment
We assess the health status of the tooth and sometimes prescribe medications if need be to control infection and to offer comfort. We carry out any palliative treatment required, then schedule you for a root canal therapy (1-2 visits usually) in our office. In some cases, we refer to an Endodontist who specializes in this area of dentistry.
At Walk-In Dental Clinic, North York, Toronto, root canal therapy is a cutting edge approach used to address deep decay and any other damage that took place in the inside part of the tooth (that’s, the pulp), so the tooth can be preserved. Avoiding extraction maintains your natural bite balance which prevents uneven wear and jaw pain, it’s also much less expensive preserving your own tooth than extracting and replace it with a dental bridge or implant. In most situations, our procedure is completed in one visit.

Root Canals
Root canals services in our clinic are performed in a similar way to the normal filling procedure, the instruments also are designed to access the deeper portions of the tooth, to enable the easy removal of the decayed and damaged areas. When the damaged portion of the tooth is removed, the area is cleaned and ozone gas is utilized to guarantee the highest level of disinfection of the canals before the tooth is sealed. At the end, a crown is placed on the tooth.
At Walk-In Dental Clinic, North York, Toronto, we make use of the most advanced pain management techniques to reduce or completely remove discomfort during and after treatment, so patients can without anxiety get the care they require.We provide a wide variety of pain management techniques; from localized numbing anesthetics to oral conscious sedation which allows have your root canal procedure while in a completely relaxed and tranquil state.

Is a Dental Crown needed After My Root Canal?
Yes, crowns are an integral part of the tooth restoration procedure, offering extra protection and strength to a tooth once the majority portion of the tooth’s “living” inside has been removed. Without a protective crown, the treated tooth is much more prone to break or experience other types of trauma that can result in future extraction of the tooth.
Walk-in Dental Clinic, has been a trusted provider of root canal services in North York, Toronto for decades. For more information on our advanced dental care methods, call us today!

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To learn more about root canal therapy call Walk-In Dental Clinic in Toronto. You can visit our location today. No appointment is needed.

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