Root Canal Treatment
Danforth Toronto

In days gone by, a tooth with an infected nerve would have been extracted. Thankfully, those days are in the past, as the majority of root canal procedures carried out today are successful at saving the tooth.

At Twogether Dental, we go above and beyond to save your natural teeth. That’s why when we diagnose your infection, we’ll treat it using state-of-the-art procedures that not only save your tooth but get rid of any of the pain or discomfort you’re experiencing, too.

What are the signs that you need root canal treatment?

  • Sensitivity to cold or hot food and drinks
  • Pain while you’re chewing
  • Swelling in the gum that surrounds your tooth
  • Unbearable toothache that’s preventing you from carrying out day-to-day activities or sleeping at night

What does root canal treatment involve?

The excruciating pain you have in your tooth has been caused by an infection that’s harbored in the pulp of your tooth (the tissue that goes from the crown to the end of the root).

These infections are often caused by a deep cavity or decay; a broken, chipped, or cracked tooth; or a trauma or injury.

To rid you of this infection and pain, we need to remove all of this infected pulp from your tooth. We do this by creating a hole in your tooth. Once removed, we’ll thoroughly clean the inner chamber to make sure all of the infection has gone before sealing the canal with a crown or filling that protects and preserves your natural tooth.

Don’t delay and visit our root canal dentist today!

The history of root canals has given them a reputation for being painful, but with our advanced Toronto endodontic treatment, this isn’t something you need to worry about.

Furthermore, if infected teeth are left untreated, this can lead to a whole host of more painful and serious infections that can impact your overall health.

Therefore, with our specialist root canal treatment, you won’t just enjoy relief from your pain but the comfort that your natural tooth has also been preserved for many more years to come.