We take every measure to ensure that the procedure is not painful or uncomfortable. Each patient is always instructed to alert us if any discomfort is experienced and this is addressed prior to proceeding with the procedure.
What is the best thing to take for pain?
Unless there are other contraindications (consult your physician) I usually recommend 600 mg of Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) about every 6 hours. If Ibuprofen alone is not sufficient to manage any discomfort you may take Tylenol (Acetaminophen) along with the Ibuprofen. If you were given a prescription for a pain medication (Lortab, Tylenol III) you may want to take that along with the Ibuprofen in place of Tylenol. Most prescription pain medications contain a combination of Tylenol (Acetaminophen) in addition to the pain medicine. Combining a prescription pain medication with the use of Tylenol (Acetaminophen) is not recommended.
Endodontic treatment fees are based on the type of treatment required to address your needs. At your initial visit we will discuss the treatment required, length and number of visits anticipated, and the fees involved.
Welcome to Southern Tennessee Endodontics, where we provide patient care specializing in root canal therapy. Our doctor, Joshua Puckett, along with our staff, values each patient and focuses on patient comfort and quality endodontics. This website has been designed to introduce you to our office and offer helpful information about your visit. Whether this is your first experience with endodontic (root canal) procedures or you have had endodontic procedures in the past, we hope you find the information included on our website helpful and educational. We enjoy the education process; should you encounter additional questions after reviewing the website we encourage you to call our office so we can better assist you. For more details please visit the Patient Information tab above.
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