Root Canals
In Redmond

A root canal is a procedure designed to save a tooth that is badly decayed or infected. By carefully removing the damaged inside part of the tooth (the pulp), cleaning the space, and then filling and sealing it, this treatment can eliminate pain and make your tooth healthy again. It's a way to preserve your natural tooth and maintain your oral health.

Why Might I Need A Root Canal?

You might need a root canal if you have a deep cavity, a cracked tooth, or a severe infection inside your tooth. These conditions can lead to pain, swelling, and further dental issues if not treated promptly. A root canal addresses these problems by removing the infected tissue and restoring the tooth.

Tooth Preservation
Prevents Further Infection
Pain Relief

How It Works

Treatment Process


Initial Consultation

The first step involves a detailed consultation to discuss your symptoms, followed by diagnostic imaging such as X-rays and a 3D wellness scan. This helps us assess the extent of the infection and plan your treatment.


Removing the Infected Pulp

Under local anesthesia, the infected or damaged pulp inside your tooth is carefully removed. The space is then cleaned and disinfected to prepare it for filling.


Sealing and Restoring the Tooth

After cleaning, the tooth is filled with a biocompatible material and sealed. A crown may be placed to restore the tooth's shape, appearance, and functionality.

Smile Transformations

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Smile Improvement

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Smile Makeover


Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us to speak with our team.

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