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Will a root canal hurt?

Will a root canal hurt?

It shouldn't: People will often hear horror stories around the water cooler about root canals. There are plenty of situations where a patient comes to a root canal specialist in pain. Our job is to take the pain away, not cause it. We will get you numb. Test you to make sure you're numb. If for some reason you have a "hot" tooth and need more anesthetic raise up your left hand. We will stop and get u more numb. ...Read more

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Does a root canal hurt ?

Does a root canal hurt ?

Speak with dentist: The dentist will use a local to numb the area. Prior to this a topical is placed in the area to try to superficially numb the area to feel the needle less. If needed nitrous oxide can be utilized to calm any fears or the dentist can prescribe a low dose of valium to allay any anxiety. You will be fine. ...Read more

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Will a root canal hurt during?

Root Canal Treatment: Most of the time no unless you are very swollen or have a large infection with pain going into the procedure. Most procedures I complete the patients experience no pain other than the feel of the injection. ...Read more

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How badly will a root canal hurt?

How badly will a root canal hurt?

Depends: If you are starting with a badly infected tooth, there is likely going to be a bit more tenderness, as it may be more difficult to get adequate anesthesia due to the infection.Talk with your Endodontist about this before starting. We have excellent anesthetics , so most often there is little or no pain. If tooth not infected, then virtually no pain more often than not, in the hands of a specialist ...Read more

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How much does a root canal hurt ?

How much does a root canal hurt ?

Root canal therapy: Root canal therapy have the reputation of being painful, but new techniques and advanced anesthesia are making it a reality for many patients. It helps you to eliminate future pain, complications and improve your general health and quality of life. ...Read more

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Please help! does getting a root canal hurt?

Typically not: Get seen and treated promptly and it will be a surprisingly painless experience. Wait for pain, swelling, infection and inflammation then might not be quite so painless. And get the tooth restored once the root canal is finished. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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How bad does a root canal hurt and for how long?

Root canal pain: Most root canal treatment does not hurt at all. If there is pain after a root canal you should call the treating dentist. ...Read more

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On average, how long will a root canal hurt after?

On average, how long will a root canal hurt after?

Many factors: That is a very broad question & not easily answered. It depends upon many factors some of which are: whether the nerve is alive\dead\infected? The ability and experience of the dentist, your own pain threshold, your eating habits, & how well you respond to pain medication. I usually tell my patients, "10% chance no pain at all, 80% chance mild discomfort, especially to pressure, 10% pain 1st day. ...Read more

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I have to get a root canal soon. Does getting a root canal hurt?

I have to get a root canal soon. Does getting a root canal hurt?

It doesn’t hurt: Root canal treatment is done under profound local anesthetic. It doesn’t hurt more than a filling or any other dental procedure. Root canals also do not cause pain, they ameliorate the pain. ...Read more

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Will a root canal hurt after taking antiboitics?

It may...: It takes a while for antibiotics to work. It takes a while for the body to heal even with the best antibiotic. Sometimes an antibiotic may not be effective and thus a new antibiotic would need to be chosen. Your dentist would be best at determining which is best for you. ...Read more

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