Root Canal Therapy

Naperville, Aurora, Bolingbrook, Plainfield

Protect And Repair Infected Teeth

Root canal treatment is the removal of the infected soft tissue within the tooth and its roots and replacement by an artificial inert ‘filling’ material. This procedure basically saves the tooth and eliminates dental pain. You may need root canal for any of these reasons:

  • Persistent toothache, sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, pain on chewing.
  • Decay of teeth or cavities which are deep and may result in tooth loss.
  • Tooth becoming darker after an injury or trauma
  • Swelling of gum near the tooth
  • Tender gums or teeth

If you suspect an infection, call us today to book a consultation. Right Choice Dental Care team specializes to perform root canal therapy in a gentle and painless way.

Minimize Pain And Discomfort

Comfortable Treatment

Root canal therapy is performed under local anesthesia to ensure that you feel absolutely no discomfort. Patients often say that their root canal treatment was much less painful than living with the symptoms of an infected tooth, which include throbbing toothaches, sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, and pain when chewing. Root canal therapy is an efficient, effective way to save an infected tooth and get relief from pain and discomfort.

What To Expect

The Root Canal Process

When you come in for root canal therapy, your mouth will be cleaned and sanitized, and to start the treatment dentist will clean and sanitize your mouth, the infected tooth will be isolated using a dental dam. specialized tools are used to gently remove the damaged or decayed material. Your tooth will then be disinfected and cleaned once more, and a temporary filling or crown will be placed over it to protect and strengthen its structure. During your next visit with us you will start the process of getting a crown to ensure your tooth does not become damaged or re-infected.

Repairing Any Infected Tooth

Anterior And Posterior Root Canals

Posterior teeth are your back teeth, and they are also called the molars and premolars. Anterior teeth are the front teeth, which are referred to as incisors and canines. We offer both anterior and posterior root canals. No matter which tooth is infected, we can help restore your smile and get you out of pain. If you’re suffering from a painful toothache, call us today to schedule an appointment and get to the root cause of the issue!

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