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Emergency Appointment

If you are in severe pain.

Or, need to see the doctor as soon as possible, an emergency appointment can be made. The doctor can perform a procedure which opens the tooth to remove the nerve, then packs the tooth with medication to kill the infection, and finally places a temporary filling. This procedure significantly reduces pain and starts the healing process. An appointment will be made for you to return to finish the root canal.

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