If you’re experiencing any of the below symptoms, it could be a sign that you need root canal therapy.
Ignoring these symptoms can allow discomfort to continue, so be sure to consult with your dentist or endodontist and discuss your root canal therapy options to determine the best course of action.
While extraction is one treatment option, replacing the extracted tooth with an implant can take many months from start to finish. Plus, implants are usually more expensive than other methods of tooth replacement.
Since the purpose of RCT is to help relieve dental pain and save your teeth, patients should instead consider choosing between standard RCT and the root canal alternative treatment option: the GentleWave Procedure.
Take a look at the differences between these two treatment options—and work with your dentist or endodontist to determine if the revolutionary GentleWave Procedure is the right choice for you!
Once you see the difference the GentleWave Ultracleaning Procedure can make, you’ll understand what makes it today’s alternative to standard root canal treatment. Go in-depth with these extreme close-ups and see how the GentleWave Ultracleaning Procedure can deliver a higher standard of clean throughout your root canal system.
• Better Cleaning: Removes virtually all infected tissue and supports fast healing (1-3).
• Less Invasive: Uses a sterilized, single-use Procedure Instrument to deliver broad spectrum acoustic energy and powerful vortices of treatment fluids throughout the canal system.
• Fewer Visits: Can usually be completed in just one visit.3 In addition, because Multisonic Ultracleaning® technology is so effective at cleaning and disinfecting the root canal system, patients will be at far less risk for reinfection.