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How Are Root Canals Done?

There are few dental procedures that cause more fear than a root canal! Fortunately, there is root canal therapy in Honolulu, HI that makes the situation much less scary. Dr. Dino Dee and his team are here to help you get the treatment you need as efficiently and painlessly as possible.

What, Exactly, Does a Root Canal Procedure Entail?

Root canal therapy in Honolulu, HI from Dr. Dee is a lot less scary than you may imagine! Our entire team is dedicated to providing our patients with the dental care that they need in the most comfortable environment possible. If you are in need of a root canal but aren't sure what to expect, keep reading.

A root canal is an effective way to save a tooth that has nerve damage. The procedure typically takes at least two visits to the dentist's office, but once it is done, you can expect to be pain-free. 

The procedure requires two steps, the first being the work done on the root and the second being the crown that will need to be installed to protect the tooth. There have been a lot of advancements in recent years, and a root canal is no longer the daunting procedure that it once was. If you are putting off getting your procedure because you are worried about the pain or discomfort that it may cause, you can act now.

Once you have scheduled your root canal, you will need to undergo an x-ray of the area. This allows us to know exactly where the problem is and how to best proceed. Once we fill in the root canal, we will put a cap on to protect the area. At your next appointment, you will receive a crown to protect the tooth. 

Don't Delay - Schedule Your Consultation Now

Root canal therapy in Honolulu, HI is easier than ever when you turn to Dr. Dee for your procedure. Call (808) 942-8877 today and schedule your appointment.

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