Posted on 1/20/2018 by Beautiful Smiles Office
|There are many reasons why your tooth may hurt following a root canal. When you have a root canal, this is something that can cause a lot of discomfort and you may even be a little nervous about going in the first place.
Generally, the pain that is felt after the procedure is minimal and can easily be controlled by over the counter pain medications.
Why Your Root Canal Hurts
When it comes to a root canal, you may feel discomfort due to the drilling that has been done on the tooth. When this is done, it can cause the tooth to go through a decent amount of pain.
Usually, when the procedure is done, the tooth is numbed so that the patient does not feel any discomfort during the process, since this is what is going to be the most painful. Once the tooth has been drilled, filled and then crowned, there will be minimal discomfort since the roots have been removed already.
Many people are afraid of the discomfort during and after the procedure. However, when you have an experienced, friendly dentist working on the root canal, you should not have to worry about this.
The dentist can help you feel relaxed through the entire procedure and even prescribe something to ensure that you are not in pain once the numbing wears off.
If you are in need of a root canal, then make sure to speak with us here. Our dental practice can ensure that you are happy with the procedure that you have done in office and that you are getting the necessary help when the time comes.
Be able to get more out of the root canal procedure, including a dentist that cares about how you feel and your comfort level. Our office can provide this!
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