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Root canals


This procedure is done to help remove infected or inflamed pulp that are inside your tooth. It helps eliminate bacteria and prevent future infections to save and have healthier natural teeth.

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  • Recovery: 1 – 2 Weeks
  • Bruising Visible: Yes
  • Drain: No
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Who is a candidate for a Root Canal?

If you have persistent pain, if you have heavy sensitivity to cold and hot temperatures, if the gum area of your teeth is swollen, if you present a chipped, cracked or have dark discoloration on your tooth and very deep decay, are all signs you might need this procedure.


First you will need a consultation where an x-ray will most likely be taken to see the extent of your problem and if you need to have this procedure done.
The doctor will give you specific instructions on what to do 24 hrs before your procedure. They usually consist of not having any kind of alcoholic beverages and to avoid smoking, have healthy meals and take a pain relieving medication before the procedure usually ibuprofen.

Surgery Detailes

This procedure consists on drilling a hole into your damaged tooth to remove the pulp and nerves on the root of your tooth. This soft center in made of connective tissue nerves and blood supply that nourish your tooth. After the pulp is completely removed, the space left is filled and completely filled to avoid future infections.

This procedure can require to have 2 visits to the doctor depending on the severity of your case. After the treatment a crown can be recommended and most likely be placed as well to protect your tooth.

After Surgery

After your procedure, it is very important to keep your area clean. So your doctor will most likely prescribe you pain medication, antibiotics and an antibacterial mouthwash to keep germs and bacteria controlled. If during your visit a permanent crown is needed and not placed, you will need to avoid chewing any kind of food on the treated tooth until you have your permanent crown placed.

Home Recovery

Swelling and a little pain is expected. So pain relievers and antibiotics will be prescribed. Also an ice pack will help with swelling and pain reduction. A soft diet will also be recommended to avoid discomfort.


Dr. Kim


Mexicali BC Mexico

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Los Algodones BC Mexico

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    How do I know I need a Root Canal?

    If you experiencing severe tooth pain, swelling around one of your teeth, or an infection that has invaded the pulp of your tooth, the chances are that you need a Root Canal.

    Are your Dentists board certified?

    Yes!, all our doctor’s are completely certified and in constant medical training to learn about new surgical techniques and medical equipment and materials for better results. We are well known for the results and accessible prices we have.

    Can I travel alone?

    Yes you can. It’s better to bring someone for emotional support, but you can stay at one of our recommended hotels and recovery houses, ask your case manager they can give you a list with estimated prices.

    Is it safe to travel to Tijuana, Los Algodones or Mexicali ?

    It’s very safe especially for medical travelers as you are lodging and staying in the safest parts of town and one of or My Doctor Click team members will be guiding you during your stay.