Your teeth should not hurt. Your teeth should not cause you pain. If they do, you may have a tooth infection. In that case, root canals in Sand Springs will:Doctor Brian Patten on root canals Read Transcript
When a root canal is warranted, when there's decay into the nerve of the tooth, people are experiencing a lot of pain. They might have swelling. When they come in, people think that root canals are the most excruciating, painful experience that they've ever had, which is completely opposite of what it actually is.
We use plenty of anesthetic. We try to make patients comfortable. Once the nerve is removed, then there is no more pain under the tooth.
- Help you eat comfortably again
- Stop your dental pain
- Restore your strong, natural bite
- Stop the infection from spreading
At LakeCrest Dental, you can get painless root canal treatment. To do that, call 918-205-4386 to make an appointment. You can save 20 percent by signing up for our LakeCrest Dental Wellness Plan.
Save Your Tooth & Your Smile With Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatments are one of the most common restorative dentistry procedures. That’s because we want to save your teeth and your smile.
By getting a root canal, you can restore the function of your tooth and bring back your natural smile. During this procedure, Dr. Brian Patten will:
- Take out the infected tissue
- Clean the inside of your tooth and fill it with gutta-percha, a material that reinforces your tooth and helps prevent a new infection
- Place a dental crown so you can smile and eat naturally again
If you are concerned that getting a root canal might hurt, you won’t have that concern at LakeCrest Dental. We provide effective anesthetic and different kinds of sedation dentistry to keep you pain-free during your procedure. Just ask if you have any questions about which sedation option is right for you.
End the Pain to Feel Like Yourself Again
There’s no such thing as a pleasant toothache. If anything, it can prevent you from doing things you enjoy. You may feel like you have to avoid hot or cold foods or drinks. Your pain might even make you want to avoid family and friends.
Ignoring that pain could put more of your teeth at risk. It doesn’t have to be that way. You can take control of your situation by getting the treatment you need.