Weyburn Root Canal
Root canals are very common, and not at all dangerous. They have a very bad reputation as a painful procedure, but in reality they are virtually painless and absolutely vital to the process of saving a tooth.
If you have experienced internal damage to the tooth, a root canal may be necessary. A root canal removes the painful, damaged tissue from inside the tooth. The tooth is then filled, leaving it stronger than before. This saves the tooth, ends pain, reduces sensitivity and the risk of having the tooth removed later on.
Root Canal Therapy is necessary to save a tooth that would otherwise need extraction. This procedure is almost always completed in one session.