Kennewick Root Canal Dentist
Say goodbye to pain
Let’s get to the root of your tooth pain
If you are experiencing severe dental pain and sensitivity, you may have advanced tooth decay. When caught early, this problem can be treated with a filling, but when decay reaches the pulp, a root canal is usually the best option to save your tooth and restore your well-being.
If you are experiencing:
- Persistent sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures
- Pain on a specific tooth while chewing
- A cracked or broken tooth
Book an appointment with our Kennewick root canal dentist to help you regain your dental health. Call (509) 783-2067 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Holmes.
This procedure is performed using a local anesthetic
This procedure prevents infection from spreading to other teeth
Save Your Tooth
Root canals are the best way to avoid an extraction
Root canals are often performed in one single visit
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“My daughter had a couple of cavities and Dr. Holmes fixed them with no problems at all. He didn’t even have to get her numb!”
— Angela M.
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— Cierra N.
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We can’t wait to meet you! Call (509) 783-2067 or schedule your appointment online.
FAQ about root canals
When is a root canal necessary?
Are root canals painful?
Thanks to modern techniques and anesthesia, root canals are generally not painful. You may experience some discomfort during the procedure, but most patients report feeling no pain.
How long does a root canal take?
The duration of a root canal procedure can vary depending on the severity of the infection. Generally, it can be completed in 1-2 visits.
What can I expect after a root canal?
After a root canal, you may experience mild discomfort, sensitivity, or swelling for a few days. Dr. Holmes may prescribe pain medication or recommend over-the-counter pain relievers. Remember to follow all aftercare instructions carefully!