Current Root Canal Offer- $700 root canal on any tooth
1. Must come in for a $50 limited exam. If the tooth is not suitable for root canal or have an extreme degree of difficulty, the money will be credited toward an extraction, or you can be referred to a specialist. If root canal is found to be a good solution, the $50 will be applied as a credit toward the $700 rct treatment.
2. Offer not applicable for root canal retreat, must be a tooth that has no rct before.
Accept most dental insurances for your root canal treatment
What is a Root Canal Treatment and why do you need it?
Root canal treatment is a procedure in which the nerve canals inside a tooth is cleaned out throughly. The reason why you need it could vary. The tooth may have sustained some sorta of trauma (external forces, large cavity, chemical exposure, etc), or it may have become infected for other reasons. The aim of the root canal therapy is to clean out the inside of a tooth and thus get rid of any pain or infection that originate from that particular tooth.
Comprehensive Dental Service – From Root Canal To Crowns
As a general dental office that performs a lot of root canals, we are equipped for most of your dental needs. We can perform the root canal and crown treatment on the same visit, all you have to do is to go back one final time for us to glue in your final white crown after the lab fabricates it. You do not have to visit multiple locations to multiple specialists most of the time. Please note that we do not do retreatment of Root canals.
Frequently Asked Questions
About Root Canal Treatments
Will Root Canal Hurt?
When done correctly by an experienced dentist, root canals simply doesn’t hurt. There may be some mild discomfort during and after the procedure, but an experienced dentist will manage the pain properly for you so you are as comfortable as possible. Root canal is suppose to get you out of pain, not cause you pain.
How Much Does A Root Canal Cost?
At Sun Ridge Smiles, we accept most dental insurances. Most insurance will cover a portion of the treatment, and the patient will cover the rest. For patient without insurance, we have specials, please inquire by either calling us, contact us, or booking an exam with us online.
Does Dental Insurances Cover Root Canal Treatment?
Most dental insurances cover root canal treatment up to a certain limit. Please contact us and we can help you verify your coverage.