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You May Need a Root Canal to Save Your Tooth and Avoid Expensive Implants

Got a Painful, Throbbing Toothache? Get a FREE Exam & 3D X-Ray Valued $500.. ATTENTION LONE TREE: If you’re experiencing pain when biting down or chewing, sensitivity with hot or cold drinks, or swelling gums…  then there’s a good chance you may need a root canal to save your tooth and avoid expensive implants. Dr…

4 Benefits of Using an In-Network Assurant Dental Insurance Dentist

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Creekside Endodontics is proud to be an In-network provider for Assurant Dental Insurance.  Here are 4 good reasons to visit  Assurant dentist: 1) Pay less at your visit. Assurant pays your dentist directly after treatment and you only pay the dentist only your portion of the services.  Assurant will send you a notice explaining your portion…

What Happens During a Root Canal?

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Root canal treatment involves one to three visits. During treatment, your general dentist or endodontist (a dentist who specializes in problems with the nerves of the teeth) removes the affected tissue. Next, the tissue will be removed and the interior of the tooth will be cleaned and sealed. Finally, the tooth is filled with a…

6 Signs That You Need a Root Canal

Not all teeth that require root canal therapy are painful, however, signs you may need a root canal include: Severe toothache Swelling or tenderness in the nearby gums Pain upon chewing or application of pressure Dark discoloration of the tooth Pain in response to hot and cold temperatures Prolonged sensitivity If you experience any of…

Delta Dental Premier Insurance: Financial Benefits of Using an In-Network Provider

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Insuring that you are receiving affordable endodontic treatment by an IN-NETWORK Delta Dental Premier dentist can save you hundreds of dollars on a single procedure. To insure that you are receiving the best price on your root canal procedure, ask your dentist to refer you to a root canal specialist that is In-Network with your…

What is the Purpose of a Root Canal?

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Root canal treatment removes infected material from the nerve of your tooth.  The main function of a tooth’s nerve (pulp tissue) is to guide its growth during childhood.  After the tooth has erupted through the gums, the nerve is not vitally important to a tooth’s health and function.  The presence or absence of a nerve will not affect the daily…

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