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Amazing Opportunity to Save on Root Canal

Root Canal – $200 | US average price – $800
Save up to $600

SAVE UP TO 80 %
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PROCEDURESOUR DENTISTS PRICEUS AVERAGE PRICEINSTANT SAVINGS UP TO
Root Canal$200$800$600
Molar Root Canal$500$1,200$700
Save your tooth!

Root Canal 

is a dental procedure to treat and save damaged tooth!

Root canal treatment is a complicated dental procedure because the treatment is carried out almost blind to the touch. Intuitively, the doctor makes clear, elegant and adjusted micromotions with his hands, gently using the finest tools for canal treatment. 

In our dental clinic’s dentists for Root Canal treatment use dental microscopes!

Procedure

  1. Diagnosis. Determine the tooth condition and the stage of disease
  2. Anesthesia 
  3. Root canal Instrumental and medical treatment
  4. Filling of canals and restore the tooth appearance

Cost. In the United States, Root Canal costs, on average, $800
In our clinics, it costs $200. You may save up to $600!

Top 5 Questions and Answers about Root Canal
Your acute pain may temporarily go away, with a help of pain-relief medicine, but the infection won't. It will eventually travel through the tooth's roots into the surrounding tissues. If left untreated, it may result in an abscess or even a systemic infection.
The cost of root canal in our clinics is $200, but fees may vary based on the complexity of your particular treatment.
Request a quote, and you will receive prices of your treatment upfront.
Yes. You can relieve the pain by having the tooth removed. But you don't want to go there. Tooth loss can lead to unwanted side effects, like a migration of teeth, bone loss and eventually the inability to chew properly. It's far better to save your natural teeth.
Generally, a root canal procedure is no more painful than getting a filling. In fact, it starts the same way: An anesthetic is given to numb the tooth and the surrounding area to block the pain.
Your tooth may be sensitive for a few days after the treatment, but the acute pain will be gone. To restore your tooth to its fully-functioning state, a crown or other restoration is usually needed after root canal treatment.
Root Canal - is the way to repair and save a damaged tooth

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