Do you suffer from severe toothache? Then there’s a good chance that the inside of the molar has become inflamed. To get rid of it completely, you will need root canal treatment. We can help you get rid of your toothache.
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Root canal treatment
Small canals in your teeth contain a living, squishy core. Nerves and blood vessels, for example, flow through this area. They can be extremely painful when they get inflamed.
Not only can an irritated root canal be uncomfortable, but it can also be dangerous. If the irritation is not treated, it can worsen and need the extraction of the tooth.
Luckily, a root canal treatment can put an end to the inflamed tooth. The canals are cleaned, and the ignition is stopped. The tooth is then repaired such that it is totally functional and pain-free once again.
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How can we assist you with a root canal treatment?
An irritated tooth root is the most common cause of toothache. Root canal therapy is typically the best treatment, depending on the degree of the inflammation.
We take great effort to not only reduce the irritation but also to make the treatment as comfortable as possible. This means we carefully anesthetize you and take the time to explain what we are going to do. During the process, you will always be in command and will not be caught by surprise.
The root canal treatment is performed in two sessions. The root canal is cleaned and the irritation is removed in the first step. We fill the canal during the second treatment to ensure that the irritation does not reappear.
For the past five years, I’ve been coming to Dijkstra & de Wet. Lesha is always polite and has a way of putting me at ease. The warm and inviting atmosphere speaks to me. In addition, their abilities are up to date.
Fear of the dentist?
We understand that going to the dentist might be scary for some patients. As a result, we do everything we can to make you at ease. Tell us about your concerns, and we’ll take time with you to make you comfortable and explain all you need to know about your treatment.