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The Guide to a Quick and Painless Root Canal Recovery

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We have all heard the horror stories of the dreaded Root Canal treatment. Susan’s sister’s cousin said it was the worst pain he’d ever felt and he “literally couldn’t even”!

 

But when done correctly by an expert in the field, for example, Dr. George Shinn at Endo LA located in Los Angeles, California, it can be a relatively painless and quick procedure that will improve your dental and overall health.

 

So toss out the rumors, and listen to the ultimate guide on how to get a root canal treatment, relatively and efficient! You will thank me later.

 

Consult with your doctor.

 

It is important not only to be informed on the treatment but also to help ease your anxiety about the whole process. You may have a preconceived idea of what you will have to endure, but until you have the full scoop from the professional, you really don’t know! Click here for more information about what will occur during a root canal treatment.

 

Will I be able to eat during my root canal recovery?

 

Yes! You can eat and drink normally after a root canal treatment once the anesthesia wears off. You may have slight tenderness or tingling in the area for a little bit and may prefer to eat on the other side of your mouth for a day but that is nothing to be worried about. For the most part, though, you can eat and drink normally!

 

Can I workout during my root canal recovery?

 

Yes! You can totally exercise and conduct your normal day to day activities without a hitch!

 

Will my root canal recovery be painful?

 

Most root canals are necessary because there is an infection in the pulp or root of the tooth. This is what causes the initial pain. But once anesthesia is administered, you will be completely out of pain! Most patients report little to zero pain after the procedure. You might have slight discomfort from having your mouth open or the surrounding tissue being touched or pressure but usually and Advil will do the trick.

 

All in all, a root canal treatment is not really a hassle at all! Most pain associated was original pain from the infection, but once removed, you will be good to go! Call Dr. George Shinn at Endo LA located in Los Angeles, California at (310) 649-3636 for any questions or concerns you might still have, or to schedule your own root canal!

 

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