Pro Dental of Fremont

Dr. Tran & Dr. Pham

phone 510-573-2399


6072 Stevenson Blvd.

Fremont CA 94538

Is Endodontics/Root canals Treatment Painful?

Most people associated with Root Canals/Endodontics treatment may experience pain and discomfort during and after the procedure. However, the pain which they feel is caused by an infection present in the tooth. A Root Canal treatment is done to reduce the pain which is caused by the infected pulp with the help of modern technology and use of local anesthesia this procedure is quick, typically pain-free, and a great way to save your tooth.

Our Endodontist in Fremont performs Root Canals Treatment to save the tooth from getting damage, by measuring the Pulp tissue (contains the blood vessel and nerve of the tooth). If the pulp tissue is infected/damaged, then a root canals procedure is carried out.

The sign of infected pulp includes Swelling, Sensitivity, and Pain when bite/push on teeth.

According to the AAE (American Association of Endodontist), most of the patients feel little to no pain while Root Canals treatment is performed. Before beginning the procedure the tooth and the surrounding area are numbed to prevent the sensation of pain but you may expect some pain and sensitivity a few days after the treatment. Our Endodontist in Fremont will recommend pain relievers or pain medication to ease any pain and discomfort. If the pain doesn't clear after a few days, months or year it could be a sign of new infection and let our Fremont Endodontist know about this.

Benefits of Endodontics/Root canals Treatment:

  1. Helps you maintain your natural smile.
  2. Continue eating the foods you love.
  3. Teeth that have had Root Canals treatment last lifetime.

Post-Operative Care on Root Canal Treatments:

  1. As anesthesia has been used while performing the treatment part of your mouth will be numb for a few hours after the procedure. Avoid hot beverages and chewing until the numbness has worn off.
  2. Root Canals treatment is completed in 1 appointment but root canals therapy may take more than 1 appointment.
  3. A temporary filling is placed to protect the tooth.
  4. To protect the tooth and temporary filling avoid eating hard and sticky foods. It is better to chew on the other side of the mouth.

Feel free to schedule an appointment for Root Canal Treatments in Fremont with our Endodontist Dr. Tran by calling us at (510) 573-2399.

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Mailing Address

ProDental of Fremont

6072 Stevenson Blvd.

Fremont, CA 94538

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 10 am to 6 pm

Saturday 9 am to 4 pm

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'ProDental of Fremont' is committed to providing quality dental care to improve the health of the patient community in the city. Our dentist Dr. Tran and Dr. Pham has worked hard for 20+ years to master the art and science of dental medicine. Every patient is special to us and we approach every problem differently. Our focus on curing dental problems and preventing infection has been the reason behind the success of our dental office.

Our patients are saying...

"Best dentist ever. He knew exactly when I was nervous or in pain, I was very happy with my end results. Over the last 5 years or so Dr Tran has helped me sort out all my dental issues, and follow a plan to continue properly looking after my dental hygiene."

Sunny E.

"I absolutely Love my dentist! He is the best! I've been going to Dr. Tran for close to 15 years, and I have absolutely NO complaints about him."

Zoey Z.

"Dr. Tran is our long-time family dentist. We're all big fans of his work and professionalism. Trish, who also works there, is amazing. I lived out of the area for awhile and tried a couple of different dentists - none of them provided the level of service that Dr. Tran provides."

Lo P.

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