Gentle, Stress-Free Root Canal Procedures

Enhance Oral Wellness with Relaxing Endodontic Treatment

The mere sound of a drill is enough to get many dental patients’ hearts racing. But root canal procedures don’t have to be uncomfortable, stressful, or inconvenient.

As your first step to pain-free chewing, sleeping, and other everyday activities, we focus on your comfort and relaxation throughout the process—from consultation to final adjustments.

Stress free dentistry. Get cozy and watch your favorite Netflix movie or TV show during your treatment.

Learn About Our Process Before Your First Appointment

Many people fear the unknown. That’s why Exquisite Dentistry spells out each step—so you know what to expect every time you visit our office.

A full root canal procedure normally involves three separate appointments, but this can vary depending on the severity of the damage and the location of the tooth. Here’s what you can anticipate for each visit:

  1. First, we’ll provide an assessment of your affected area. Once we take X-rays of your mouth, Dr. Aguil can outline a game plan for your root canal treatment. For special circumstances, we can match you with the best Endodontic specialist in the West Hollywood – Beverly Hills area.
  2. Next, using conscious sedation or a local anesthetic, your dentist performs the main procedure. After sterilizing the inner part of your root canal and sealing to prevent infection, we create a mold of your bite to design a dental crown. Before you leave, we place a temporary filling over the treated area—helping you to avoid bacterial contamination.
  3. When your crown is complete—usually after about two weeks—we place the finished product onto your treated tooth, making any adjustments to ensure comfort and safety.

Prioritize Your Dental Health with a Free Consultation

When a root canal is damaged, you may experience tooth discoloration, tender gums, severe pain on contact, extreme sensitivity to sugary foods, or hot and cold temperatures. Infected or cracked teeth can lead to further complications, including gum disease, tooth loss, and even more serious overall health problems.

If you’ve noticed any of these symptoms, you may need root canal treatment. Reach out for a free root canal consultation today.