Is your dentist advising that you obtain a root canal to address one or more teeth? If so, you likely have a few understandable questions. Let us address three common concerns well in advance.
– You will be given pain-relieving medication before the root canal begins.
– Most procedures are associated with only minor discomfort.
– You can limit subsequent pain by avoiding chewing with the affected tooth (or teeth).
– Over-the-counter painkillers will help relieve any subsequent tooth pain.
“A person will be given anaesthetic before the procedure, so it is usually no more painful than a typical dental filling.”
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