Slide Root Canal Treatment Modern endodontic technology to fully restore tooth function Safe equipment and procedures to maximize the survival of your tooth. Complete the operation with your crown placed in two hours (most cases). The tooth is pain-free and you can eat with it like a healthy, balanced tooth. Minimize your cost with insurance and or payment plans Restore your original tooth with our high-tech root canal procedure. We believe in keeping maximum original tooth structure and our root canal equipment and allow us to do that. Don't rush to extract the tooth until you've heard the many options we can provide to save an unstable tooth. To maximize results contact us immediately and schedule a free root canal consultation.

Root canals are special procedures designed to treat deep decay that affects the central portion of the tooth, or pulp, that runs from the middle of the tooth down to the root and which contains nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue to support tooth health. When the pulp becomes damaged from decay, infection or trauma, it needs to be removed in order to avoid losing the tooth.

Root canals are similar to regular fillings, beginning by removing the damaged portion and cleaning out the remaining cavity so it may be filled. Once all the debris has been carefully removed, the canals are sealed to keep bacteria and other material out, and then a special filling material is applied to help support the interior of the tooth and prevent the tooth from breaking. In most cases, a dental crown will also be applied to provide additional support and to hide any discoloration that may occur once the living pulp is removed.

Today’s root canal techniques use advanced methods designed specifically to reduce discomfort. Most patients report little to no discomfort at all during the procedure, and minor discomfort afterward. Local anesthetics and even sedation may be used to help minimize or eliminate pain during the procedure. Pain that occurs afterward can be treated with pain relievers and ice packs applied to the cheek for a few minutes at a time to reduce any possible swelling.

Having an evaluation at the first sign of a toothache or gum pain is the best way to determine if you need a root canal to treat decay and prevent potential tooth loss that can occur when damage to the pulp is not properly treated. The dentists at Smile hub Dental use state-of-the-art techniques and materials to perform cavity filling procedures aimed at restoring and strengthening teeth that have been damaged due to decay, helping adult and pediatric patients in the Greater Seattle Area preserve their healthy, beautiful teeth and avoid additional damage.

How it's done

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The XP-3D cleans and sanitizes the entire root system.

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All dental roots are filled using a sonic enhanced filling.

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Fabricate and place a CEREC crown, then adjust the bite.

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We support nearly all dental insurance providers including the ones below

We support most insurance carriers including Cigna, Aetna, Delta Dental, Premera, Principal, Dental Health Services, Regence, MetLife, and more! Call us for any questions about your plan or carrier.

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