Root Canal Treatment
Dental infections are painful and could lead to major oral health and general wellness issues without prompt treatment.
Endodontic therapy removes infected tissue, preventing tooth loss and the spread of infection.
Dr. Steven K. Rubisch and the Avenue B Dental Group team in Yuma, AZ, can perform a root canal and restore your tooth in just one visit...
About Dental Infections
Signs You Need Treatment
Serious ToothachePersistent toothaches are often a sign that it's time to consult a dentist. With root canal infections, the pain can range from mild to excruciating.
SensitivityInfected teeth are especially sensitive to hot and cold temperatures. You may also notice some sensitivity when biting and chewing certain foods.
Swelling of the Gums or FaceThe gum tissue around an infected tooth will typically become swollen, tender, and discolored. Swelling may spread to the face and neck as well.
Bad Taste in Your MouthInfected tissue tends to give off an unpleasant taste that lingers within your mouth. Persistent bad breath can also be a common sign of infection. Seeing pus or oddly colored discharge around one or more teeth is another sign that you may be experiencing a dental infection.
The Root Canal Procedure What to Expect During Treatment
Day of Procedure
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The Cost of a Root Canal
A root canal procedure can cost anywhere from $300 to $1,500 depending on the tooth being treated, the material used to make the crown, and other factors. Fortunately, most insurance plans will contribute to at least a portion of the procedure. Our staff can help you explore financing options if you are uninsured or have substantial out-of-pocket costs remaining.