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What is a Root Canal Treatment?


If your dentist has told you that you need a root canal, you may be wondering why. This procedure is often misunderstood and even feared by patients.

Root canals are necessary when the inside of your tooth, or the pulp and the roots that descend into the bone, become infected and inflamed. This type of infection is caused by decay, damage or disease, and is dangerous if left untreated. The roots of the canal system connect to your bloodstream, and an untreated infection can cause life-threatening complications.

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The Root Canal System

The white crowns of each tooth that line our mouths are just the surface of a complex system. Hard and protective, the outer layer of enamel that we see conceals dentin, a more sensitive layer. Directly under the dentin is a hollow section that contains soft tissue, known as pulp. The pulp contains nerves, blood vessels and connective tissues. These tissues keep your teeth alive, providing oxygen and bacteria-fighting white blood cells.

The blood vessels and nerves enter the pulp chamber from roots that extend down into the jawbone. Narrow canals structure the root system, allowing the flow of blood cells and nutrients to the teeth. These canals are often complex and branching, which may cause issues in treating infection.

If the root canal becomes infected, the flow of nutrients breaks down and your tooth decays. When infection lingers, it can spread past the tooth and into the bloodstream, leading to serious complications.


Symptoms of an Infected Root Canal

Are you experiencing severe tooth pain, sensitivity to hot and cold, bad breath, and swollen gums? You are probably in need of a root canal procedure.

Other symptoms include:

Pain is a common symptom of tooth infection. Patients often experience tenderness when chewing, or sharp pain in the jaw. Sensitivity to hot and cold food or drinks is another common complaint.

For some, pain only occurs when eating or drinking. For others, the pain is constant. If you’re experiencing a toothache that won’t go away, an underlying infection could be the cause.

As the infection persists, bacteria spread throughout the canal and into the pulp chamber. This can lead to a foul taste in the mouth and bad breath (even after you’ve brushed your teeth!).

A small pimple-like spot on the gum near the affected tooth is another common sign of an underlying infection. This is called a gum boil and is an abscess that forms when the infection spreads.

Tender, swollen gums are an initial sign of infection. Persistent pain along with extensive swelling of the face or jaw is a sign of serious infection that needs immediate treatment.

Infection causes nerve death, which can lead to black or grayish discoloration of the affected tooth.

If your infected tooth becomes loose, bacteria has spread significantly and your tooth may fall out.

Damage to a tooth or an underlying cavity or decay can cause the pulp inside your tooth to become infected.


Treatment Options

A root canal is a dental procedure that removes the decayed and infected pulp to restore your tooth to normal function.

Traditional root canal procedures follow these steps:

  1. Radio-graphic imaging of the tooth is the first step, providing your endodontist with an accurate picture of your infected tooth and the complexities of your root canal system.
  2. Before the procedure begins, your tooth is numbed with a local anesthetic. Additional sedation techniques are also typically used in conjunction with a local anesthetic.
  3. The endodontist cuts an opening in the top of your tooth, exposing the pulp chamber and the root canal system.
  4. Small dental instruments and files are used to clean the tooth, removing all signs of infection and bacteria from the roots.
  5. Once cleaned, the root canal system is filled with medical-grade material and adhesive cement to seal off the area.
  6. A temporary filling is placed on top of the tooth where the endodontist made the initial incision. After a few days of initial healing, the endodontist will apply a permanent filling. Sometimes, the permanent filling can be applied in the same visit.

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The GentleWave Difference


Many patients have complex root canal systems, making the complete elimination of bacteria difficult. The traditional dental files used to clean out root canals often cannot reach the deepest, microscopic sections of extended roots. While there are many reasons for a failed root canal, outdated tools and improper use are leading causes.

Greater Endodontics is a proud provider of the GentleWave root canal. Compared to traditional root canal treatment, GentleWave offers superior results and lowered chances of patients needing re-treatment.

GentleWave is a new technology that uses advanced fluid dynamics, creating a vortex of fluids that travel through your root canal system and remove every bit of bacteria and decay. GentleWave is minimally invasive and offers much better results than the standard treatment.

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Our expert endodontists are dedicated to patient comfort, accurate diagnosis and lasting results. Look what our patients have to say about us.


Wonderful and patient staff and doctor. along with getting an emergency appt... I'd give more stars if I could. Definitely recommend ❤️
— S. Sorenson, Posted January 17th 2024 on google
If this had been the first and only endodontist I had ever been to, it would have saved me a lot of trouble. Dr Brockbank has worked on me several times and has always been very professional, empathetic, and meticulous in his work; which is important with my complex teeth and dental history. He has also found and corre...
— Chad, Posted January 8th 2024 on google
Dr Facer and his assistant Magen are the best! Magen answered the phone on a Sunday and fit me in the next morning before the office even opened. Dr Facer was so kind and explained everything and answered all my questions and concerns. I highly recommend them!
— Mikell Mashburn, Posted November 20th 2023 on google
Best customer service, high end technology and nice and friendly staff. Dr. LeCheminant was kind and considerate, and very proficient explaining about my root canal issue and what needs to be done, which helped me feel less stressed about it. Staff are also well experienced and helpfully. I highly recommend them.
— Luma Mazen, Posted October 9th 2023 on google
My 2 experiences with Dr. Facer were the best dental care I have had in my 64 years. Kind and considerate care from him and the staff. Highly recommended!
— Helen Whiting, Posted September 23rd 2023 on google
Amazing staff ranging from Abby at the front, to Francis to Dr. Facer. State of the art equipment, their appointments are unusually efficient and their care is at the top of the heap. I went in quite nervous about 4 root canals. The vibe and equipment calmed my concerns immediately, but hearing Francis sing with the of...
— Douglas Spotted Eagle, Posted July 30th 2023 on google
Clean, modern office, professional staff. Painless procedure. Would recommend
— Mark Stewart, Posted July 19th 2023 on google
I had the greatest dental experience today seeing Dr. Brockbank and the amazing dental assistant (can't remember her name but she's amazing). They let me explain what was going on and listened carefully about my concerns of my anxiety. They reassured me that they'd make me comfortable enough to not have a panic attack....
— Jessica Mott, Posted July 12th 2023 on google
Dr. Facer and his staff are outstanding! My experience at his office was seamless from start to finish. Thanks guys!
— Kevin Andrus, Posted July 6th 2023 on google
10 stars if I could! My family member had a root canal retreated with Dr. LeCheminant. The procedure quick and painless! The doctor was informative and comforting and his assistant (Kim), was amazing as well. The Murray practice is beautiful and southing. They clearly work well as a team, and it shows!
— Ali Yazback, Posted March 20th 2023 on google
Dr. LeCheminant and Kimberly did an amazing job taking care of me and my tooth.
— miriam Rowley, Posted March 15th 2023 on google
As a dentist, I refer all of my patients living in the Salt Lake area to Dr. Brockbank and his partners at Greater Endodontics. I trust them completely with my patients and my own family members. True professionals who are very talented.
— Chase Larsen, Posted February 7th 2023 on google
Had to go in for unbearable toothache and get a root canal. The team was so nice and so professional! They got me in same day and explained every part of the process, making sure I was comfortable. I recommend them 1,000%!
— Brandi Marie, Posted January 25th 2023 on google
I would recommend Dr.Madsen & his staff all day. Nobody likes having to have a root canal but they make it easy.
— Crystal, Posted January 24th 2023 on google
I went to a new dentist for a regular cleaning and was told I needed a root canal and had 8 cavities - quoted $4900. Outside of having one cavity my entire life, I have NEVER had any issues with my teeth. So, I was shocked. I ended up getting a second opinion who referred me to greater Endo. Their 3D CT scans can see m...
— kira foote, Posted January 22nd 2023 on google
i had a botched root canal and doctor Brockbank tried to fix it. it was good for a year but problems a sore again from it. i just got out of my appointment and he unfortunately couldn't fix it. i was charged nothing. i had a terrible experience when i was a kid so it stuck with me from then on out. he was a great docto...
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Amazing office! Thank you Dr. Brockbank & Haley for the easiest, most comfortable root canal experience ever!
— Sadie Henderson, Posted October 7th 2022 on google
Nobody likes having a root canal, but if you need one - this is the place to go. I’ve unfortunately needed several procedures over the years and I’ve always gone to Dr. Facer. He and the staff are fantastic! Today, due to a small emergency they got me right in and I saw Dr Brockbank - and to no surprise he was als...
— Terry Chace, Posted August 31st 2022 on google
Honestly, just for fun I would go and get a root canal from Dr. Matt LeCheminant. I was very nervous going into this procedure, and left with a huge half smile on my face (you know, because the other half was real numb). I was able to watch a a movie on the ceiling, and I truly remember more about the film than I do ab...
— shannon tuck, Posted August 25th 2022 on google
The staff today made my visit so much easier than it would have been. Thank you for your kind heart.
— Jess Schenk, Posted August 22nd 2022 on google

How Much Does a Root Canal Cost?


If you're worried about the cost of root canal treatment in Utah, you'll be happy to know that Greater Endodontics offers affordable services. We understand the importance of dental health and strive to make our services accessible to everyone. Our quality, professional reputation has allowed us to become a secured provider of dental services for 20+ insurance companies. Chances are our services are covered by your insurance company.

If this is not the case, or you are currently uninsured, don't worry! We have teamed up with CareCredit, a dental and general health care plan for procedures not covered by insurance. CareCredit covers basic dental checkups and emergency procedures, like a root canal.

Your dental health is important, so don't take any risks with infection. Our professional and experienced dentists offer Utah root canal procedures that are quick, painless, and anxiety-free! With various sedation options to choose from and top-of-the-line dental technology, you can rest assured that Greater Endodontics is your best choice for Utah root canal procedures.


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Our expert team of endodontists provides premium dental care for Utah residents. Using modern techniques and technologies, we offer restorative, cosmetic, and surgical procedures. We have a variety of sedation options, ensuring you a comfortable, pain-free experience. With leading experts in the endodontic field, and our expert training and diagnosis procedures, we treat patients with unsurpassed care and comfort.

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In addition to working with most major dental insurance companies, we are priced competitively and believe we have the best service values in the area. We also offer interest-free payment plans for up to 12 months. Simply fill out the Care Credit application HERE.

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We have developed a working relationship with almost every insurance company, and we are the best in our class. We are a preferred provider for over 20 different insurance companies. Chances are, we are the right fit for you and can meet your insurance needs.

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