Root Canal in Ventura, CA

Rohan S. Toor, DDS Root Canal for the Ventura, CA community.

A root canal is a dental procedure used to heal and save teeth that have been infected. A root canal relieves the pain, inflammation, sensitivity, and discoloration caused by a tooth infection. Dr. Rohan Toor has extensive experience with root canal procedures since 2017. Contact us at Rohan Toor Dental Care to learn more about the prices of a safe and convenient root canal treatment near Ventura, California.

According to Thyvalikakath et alpaper's Root Canal Treatment Survival Analysis in National Dental PBRN Practices, root canal treatment finished with fillings and crowns can survive up to 20.1 years. The root canal procedure protects your teeth by removing diseased tooth pulp, washing and disinfecting the tooth, and then filling and sealing the tooth to safeguard it for many years. Book your root canal appointment now if you are near us by calling (805) 639-3050.

Do I need Root Canal therapy for my toothache?

A root canal rescues teeth that have been seriously damaged by infection. If you have any of the following symptoms, consult your dentist about a root canal.

  • Long-lasting dental discomfort felt deep within the tooth or when eating or touching your teeth.
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold foods and drinks, coupled with lasting discomfort
  • Gum and jaw inflammation that may accompany a pimple or boil.
  • Tooth discoloration as a result of a weakened blood supply
  • Trauma or damage can cause chipping or breaking of your teeth.
  • The weakening of your tooth supporting bone causes it to loosen.

Success Rate of Endodontic therapy on a tooth

According to Medicinenet, root canals have a 95% success rate. It is critical to have permanent repair after a root canal to promote good oral health. According to the Root Canal Treatment Survival Analysis in National Dental PBRN Practices study by Thyvalikakath et al., teeth that got both a filling and a crown following a root canal endure around 20.1 years.

How Long Does the Root Canal Last Without Crown?

According to the Root Canal Treatment Survival Analysis in National Dental PBRN Practices research by Thyvalikakath et al., a root canal without a crown lasts roughly 6.5 years. Maintaining excellent oral care after a root canal is very important for the longevity of your root canal.


How much does Root Canal Cost in Ventura, CA?

The average cost of root canal treatment without a crown ranges from $600 to $1,400, depending on the tooth's location. A crown might cost anything from $600 to $2,000.

How much Root Canal Cost without insurance in Ventura?

A front tooth root canal without insurance costs between $600 and $900. A bicuspid root canal without insurance costs between $700 and $1,000. A root canal for molars costs between $1,000 and $1,400 without insurance.

How much Root Canal Cost with insurance in Ventura?

The cost of a root canal with insurance ranges from $200 to $500. A crown with insurance ranges from $200 to $700. Dental insurance plans cover about 50-90% of the total cost of a Root Canal Ventura procedure.

How much is a Root Canal and Crown?

The cost of a root canal and crown ranges from $900 to $4,000. The cost is determined by the location of the tooth, the extent of treatment, and the kind of crown used.

What Factors Affect the Cost of Root Canal?

Diagnostics, anesthesia, and aftercare expenses affect the actual cost of Root Canal Ventura therapy. To detect the level of decay in the affected tooth, an x-ray is necessary. During a root canal, a local anesthetic is utilized to numb the treatment region. Aftercare includes pain pills and other therapies to keep you comfortable as you heal from a root canal.

Why choose Rohan Toor Dental Care for Root Canal in Ventura?

We at Rohan Toor Dental Care provide individualized therapy as well as dental care all under one roof. Our office is outfitted with cutting-edge technology, such as a 3D scan to assess your affected tooth for root canal treatment. Dr. Rohan Toor has been doing root canal treatments since 2017. Dr. Rohan Toor and our staff continue to get rigorous training and courses in order to provide you with the most advanced dental care and treatment available. Schedule your root canal treatment near Ventura CA with us today.


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Dr. Rohan Toor at Rohan Toor Dental Care provides Root Canal at a cost that our neighbors near Ventura can afford. Call us at (805) 639-3050 to schedule an appointment.


Root Canal Procedure (Step-by-Step Stages)

A root canal is a simple and efficient way to restore your teeth. This is the procedure for receiving a root canal at Rohan Toor Dental Care.

  1. Our dental assistant takes digital x-rays to be evaluated by Dr. Rohan Toor.
  2. A local anesthetic is applied to the infected area.
  3. Dr. Rohan Toor drills a small hole through the tooth enamel to expose the infected pulp.
  4. Infected nerve tissue and pulp materials are removed from the tooth and disinfected.
  5. The empty root canal is temporarily filled and sealed to avoid developing infection or abscess.
  6. Dr. Rohan Toor uses a temporary restoration to cover the tooth and protect it as it heals.
  7. On your next visit at Rohan Toor a permanent crown will be put on the treated tooth to ensure its health and lifespan.

What can I Expect After a Root Canal?

It is typical to have slight discomfort for 1-2 days after having a root canal. Following root canal treatment, you will be given aftercare instructions here at Rohan Toor Dental Care to support the healing of your tooth. Dr. Rohan Toor prescribes oral pain medications to assist control the discomfort experienced during a root canal operation.

What to Eat After a Root Canal?

After a root canal, eat soft meals for 2-3 days. Avoid both hot and cold meals. You should chew on the side of your mouth opposite the root canal. Here are foods and drinks suitable following a Root Canal Ventura treatment.

  • Soup
  • Smoothies
  • Eggs
  • Applesauce
  • Milkshakes
  • Pudding
  • Yogurt

Should I Visit Dr. Rohan Toor After My Root Canal Procedure?

Following your root canal operation, you must attend follow-up appointments. After a root canal, your treated tooth is prone to discomfort and breakage. Attending your dental diligently at Rohan Toor Dental Care in Ventura ensures that your tooth heals properly following a root canal. Consult with Dr. Toor immediately if you have any pain or discomfort following your root canal procedure.


Do I need an Emergency Root Canal?

A root canal should be done as soon as possible if the tooth is causing severe pain, has a large cavity, or if there is infection or inflammation in the gum tissue around the tooth. If left untreated, the infection could spread and cause more damage. Do you need an Emergency Root Canal Appointment due to severe pain? Give us a call for a same day appointment for Emergency Root Canal in Ventura.

At Rohan Toor Dental Care, we value your oral health. We also offer Root Canals Near Ventura. If you are in or near Ventura, CA, our team of Root Canal dentists and friendly staff will be here to assist you with your pre and post Root Canal care. Our Staff will ensure you have a speedy recovery and a permanent smile.


Root Canal Therapy Near Me in Ventura, CA

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What is a Root Canal?

A root canal restores a damaged tooth caused by infection. Endodontic therapy (root canal therapy) removes diseased tooth pulp and cleans and disinfects the tooth. Following Endodontic Therapy, the tooth is filled and sealed to avoid reinfection and safeguard the tooth's life.

What are the Stages of the Root Canal Procedure?

The root canal procedure involves 6 stages.

  1. Imaging and consultation to determine the current condition of the tooth and the degree of infection.
  2. Local anesthesia is applied to the infected area.
  3. Drilling a small hole in the tooth enamel to access the root canal.
  4. Cleaning and disinfecting the tooth after infected nerve tissue and pulp matter have been removed.
  5. The tooth is temporarily filled and sealed to avoid reinfection.
  6. Filling and sealing the tooth with a permanent crown.