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Revive Your Smile: Rediscover Comfort and Confidence through Root Canal Treatment

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Root canal therapy is an extremely common procedure to save your teeth and relieve tooth ache.
Inside the tooth there is a soft tissue called pulp. This tissue contains blood vessels, nerves which help grow the root of tooth during development. A fully developed tooth can survive without the pulp as the tissues surrounding the tooth nourish it.

Patients need a root canal when there is inflammation or infection in the roots of their tooth. The treatment involves removing the pulp inside the tooth, clean and disinfecting the canals and filling the canal space. The space is sealed so the bacteria cannot reenter.

Root canal treatment is completed in one or two office visits, depending on the presence of infection and the required treatment plan.

Root canal is not more painful than a regular dental procedure like getting a filling done or deep cleaning as patients are given anesthesia. However, after the procedure the tooth is a bit sore and can cause mild discomfort for a few days. The dentist will prescribe medication which will help to relieve the discomfort.

When the anesthesia begins to wear off, some discomfort is expected. In terms of recovery, it is typically recommended three full days. The other way to manage discomfort is to avoid chewing or biting down on the specific tooth until it heals.

Yes, you can eat after root canal. Wait until most of the numbness wears off before eating. This will protect the patient from accidentally biting their own lips and tongue.

Do not place pressure on the specific tooth, root canal is done, as it may be sensitive. Soft foods and small bites are the best ones to try.

In the process of preparing the tooth for root canal, the caries part and certain amount of natural tooth structure must be removed. This will weaken the tooth structure even more. The tooth can become brittle, especially when biting down on something hard. The crown will hold the tooth together and will withstand the strong biting forces.

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Transforming the Perception of Root Canals: Compassionate Care at DentX Dental


Root canals are often associated with fear and discomfort, but at DentX Dental, we aim to redefine this perception. Our priority is to ensure that every patient has a comfortable and stress-free experience. With sedation options available and our gentle touch, we are dedicated to providing the care you need to alleviate tooth pain and safeguard your oral health.


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Call 602-861-3700 to get started. We’ll examine your oral health and determine the best treatment plan for you.


What is a root canal?

A root canal is a dental procedure employed to treat a tooth that has become infected or inflamed in the pulp, the soft tissue inside the tooth. This safe and effective procedure aims to save the tooth from extraction and preserve your natural smile.

During a root canal procedure, our experienced dental team will carefully remove the infected or inflamed pulp, thoroughly clean and disinfect the tooth's interior, and then seal it to prevent further infection. Root canal therapy is a reliable, straightforward, and effective treatment that addresses severe decay and infection, ultimately restoring the health and beauty of your smile.

Recognizing the Signs: Do You Need a Root Canal?

🌟Severe tooth pain when biting or chewing

🌟Sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures

🌟Swelling or tenderness around the affected tooth

🌟Discoloration or darkening of the tooth

🌟Recurring pimples or bumps on the gums near the affected tooth

Experiencing any of these symptoms? Contact us today to schedule a consultation and receive the care you need.

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Alleviating Dental Anxiety: Relax and Feel at Ease with Our Expertise


We understand that visiting the dentist can induce anxiety in some individuals, particularly if you’re unfamiliar with the root canal procedure. Rest assured, our team is equipped with the latest technology and modern techniques to help alleviate any concerns or nerves you may have. Your comfort is our priority, which is why we offer a range of sedation options right here in our office, including:


  • Nitrous oxide (laughing gas)
  • Oral sedation
  • Local anesthesia


Under the skillful care of Dr. Silpa and our dedicated team, your dental experience will be safe and comfortable, regardless of the treatment you require.

Expert Care for Strong and Healthy Root Canals