1. Pain Relief
The primary benefit of a root canal procedure is that it can alleviate the pain caused by an infected or damaged pulp. Once the pulp is removed, the tooth is no longer able to transmit pain signals to the brain.
2. Preventing Spread of Infection
By removing the inflamed pulp, a root canal helps to prevent the spread of infection to other parts of the mouth or body and preserve the structure of the mouth, which can improve your overall oral health.
3. Restoring Normal Function
Once the pain and inflammation associated with an infected tooth have been eliminated, you can chew and speak properly without any discomfort or pain.
4. Saving The Tooth
Rather than having to extract the infected tooth, root canals allow you to keep your natural teeth, and helps to prevent against the need for a bridge or implant.
5. Avoiding Costly Implant Costs
Although a tooth extraction can be a cheaper option compared to a root canal procedure, the cost of getting a dental implant or bridge to replace the missing tooth can be significantly higher.
6. Improved Appearance
A root canal can help maintain the appearance of your smile. If you decide to extract your tooth, a missing tooth can cause changes to the alignment of your other teeth and even affect the shape of your face.
7. Avoiding Future Problems
By removing the infected or damaged pulp, a root canal helps to avoid future problems such as abscess, pain, and tooth loss. In addition, a properly maintained tooth that has undergone a root canal can last a lifetime, providing a durable and effective solution for your dental health needs.
If you are experiencing tooth pain or inflammation, a root canal may be the best choice for alleviating discomfort and restoring your oral health. We offer emergency and evening appointments upon request. To learn more about our services or make an appointment, please contact us at (416) 868-4697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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