Root Canal, Pain Treatment And Cost For This Dental Procedure

A root canal is a procedure used on a tooth with damaged pulp to stop infection and save the tooth. The pulp is completely removed, the inside of the tooth is sterilized and sealed to prevent infection.

The cost for a root canal can be as much as $900, but it typically is much less for those who have access to a discount dental plan. In many areas, using a discount dental plan can cut the price of a root canal by several hundred dollars.

In the video below you will learn that there are several symptoms, including biting sensitivity, gum tenderness, or a throbbing pain. These symptoms are underlying signs that a nerve may be infected and should alert you to see a dentist as soon as possible. If the dentist confirms that a root canal is necessary, then the infected nerve will be removed and the healing process can begin.

If you would like to learn how to determine if you need a root canal based on the symptoms that you may be experiencing then the dentist featured in the video below will be very helpful to you.
Once you've determined that you are having root canal pain then you will need some tips on what to do next. What medications should you take? Are there any other treatments for dealing with the pain? These are questions that are answered in the next video.

What about the pain to your wallet when you find out how expensive a root canal will cost? This pain can be dealt with by using AmeriPlan Dental. Consumers choose this discount dental plan over traditional dental insurance for several reasons in addition to what they save on a root canal:

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  • No waiting period. You can go to the dentist immediately.
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Dental insurance usually only allows $1,000 per year coverage so a root canal and something else can often go beyond the annual limit. Because of this reality, most people have come to realize that they don't have much protection from the high cost of dental care with dental insurance.

It's been said that with dental insurance you pay a lot each month and get a little, but with discount dental care like AmeriPlan® you pay a little and get a lot (by saving much more than the annual limit from dental insurance, not to mention the reduced monthly cost). Even people with dental insurance find that the extra protection offered by AmeriPlan® can lower their expenses when their annual limits have been reached.

People all across the country just like you are convinced that this is the best value dental care available and it only costs $24.95 a month for the whole family. Click the sign-up link below to see the plan choices and all the benefits!

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