Root Canals

Root Canal Treatment in Winnipeg

Root canal treatment is one of the most common dental procedures performed to save a badly infected tooth. It is one of those treatments that people feel most nervous about. However, it is an excellent way for your dentist to eradicate decay and save your tooth from extraction. If you are experiencing tooth pain or have a deep cavity, our team at Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental can provide you with comprehensive root canal treatment in Winnipeg.

If you notice any of the symptoms such as swelling of the tooth or pain in the tooth and gums, contact us right away. We always suggest that an early treatment for root canal infections can prevent the need for an extraction. Our experienced dentists are committed to preserving your smile and work hard to make your root canal treatment as comfortable as possible.

Signs That You May Need a Root Canal

When the pulp of your damaged tooth is infected, we recommend performing a root canal treatment on your infected tooth. If left untreated, it can affect the adjacent teeth and jaw. Some of the signs that indicate you may require a root canal:

  • Inflammation or swelling in the gums
  • Long-lasting toothache
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures
  • Recurrent pimples on the gums
  • Discolouration of the tooth
Root Canals

Root Canal Procedure

At Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental practices in Winnipeg, root canal procedures are completed in three steps:

 

  • Clean the Root Canal: Our dentist will use local anesthesia and make a small hole on the surface of the tooth to remove the diseased pulp tissue. We use specifically shaped files to thoroughly clean all root canals, and disinfect the area.
  • Fill the Root Canal: After cleaning the root canal, we will fill your tooth with a rubber-like material by using an adhesive cement to seal the canal.
  • Adding a Crown or Filling: Once the infected pulp is removed, your tooth must receive the required nutrition from the ligament that attaches the tooth to the bone. This supply would be sufficient but with time, the tooth will become breakable. To help protect and restore the structure of the teeth, we will provide you with a crown or filling.

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If you’re looking for a dental clinic to get your root canal treatment in Winnipeg, we can help you. Get in touch with us for comprehensive dental services.

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