Dousman Dental Office Hours

Mon – Thurs: 7:00a – 6:00p

Friday: 7:00a – 2:00p

Sat – Sun: Closed

Schedule an Appointment: 262-965-3662
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Root Canal Treatment

If you’ve been told or expect you require root canal treatment, it’s important to know that root canal therapy itself is not painful. It is the inflammation or infection in your tooth’s root that is causing the severe pain. Root canal therapy is the best option to save your natural tooth.

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Best dentist for emergency root canal in Dousman & Delafield

Endodontic Therapy or Root Canal Treatment in Southeast Wisconsin

Root canal treatments allow your natural teeth to remain intact despite losing their ability to sense pain, pressure or temperature. These treatments are necessary to handle painful infections, but with modern technology, most patients find the root canal treatment to be painless.Painless root canal treatment in Dousman, WI Waukesha County

Root canal symptoms include:

  • Severe toothache when pressure is applied
  • Prolonged sensitivity to cold and hot temperatures
  • Discoloration of the tooth
  • Swelling of gums
  • A recurring pimple on the gums

In some cases there are no visible symptoms present, which is why preventative dental care is always the best line of defense to catch infections that could lead to loss of teeth. If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, please call Dousman Family Dentistry immediately at 262-965-3662.

Our office provides emergency dentist appointments to patients from Dousman, Mukwonago, Hartland, Delafield, Waukesha, and beyond. If you have any questions about root canal treatment, cost, or insurance, please contact our office right away.

What Is a Root Canal Procedure?

Root canal pain is really the extreme sensitivity that comes for the inflamed and infected tooth root, root canal treatment itself relieves this pain – most pain post-treatment subsides within a week of the procedure. One of our experienced dentists will perform your root canal therapy which consists of:

  • Removing the infected pulp from inside of the tooth
  • Cleaning and disinfecting the space
  • Shaping the root canals
  • Filling the canals to seal the space
 

This procedure removes the infected area while sealing it off – protecting it from future damage. We understand your dental insurance may not cover the entire cost of root canal therapy. We make every effort to get you the most out of your insurance and even offer flexible payment options for those without dental insurance.

 

At Dousman Family Dentistry we do everything we can to save your natural teeth.