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The Truth About Root Canal Pain

The Truth About Root Canal Pain

Simply mentioning the term "canal" can make people squirm in the chair. The procedure has been addressed in movies and comedy situations and most people have probably heard at least one friend or family member of alarming stories of pain associated with it.

But is all this fear justified? Is this process as painful as people think? According to experts, no endodontic techniques (or canal treatment) are very advanced.

What causes pain?

It is first necessary to understand that the treatment of a root canal itself is not the real source of the pain felt by most patients. In fact, canal treatment is primarily intended to relieve pain.

On the other hand, toothache is usually caused by injured or infected tissue, such as pulp; channel treatments remove this inflamed pulp and clear the area, eliminating infection and relieving pain. Although the tooth and surrounding area may become sore for a few days, the dentist may prescribe medication to relieve symptoms and allow the patient to return to work immediately.

Is it better to simply pull the tooth out?

Most of dentists agree that keeping the natural tooth is much better than extracting it and replacing it with a denture or implant. The canal treatment consists of a method in which the tooth is preserved by removing the inflamed pulp, thus requiring no extraction of the tooth. With the new techniques and technologies available, endodontic (channel) treatments have been proving to be increasingly simple and fast, while at the same time it has shown increasing success rates.


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