Time taken to reach home after treatment.
The length of time it takes for me to drive home after finishing a root canal treatment depends on many factors.
It also depends on how much pain is present, how long I’ve had the tooth in the same spot, how I’m feeling now, how I’m feeling at the end of the treatment, and how much I’ve taken medication before the procedure.
Time taken for the root canal treatment.
In general, a root canal treatment should take no more than 15 to 20 minutes.
For most general pain and edema patients, that’s not a problem.
Tooth-pain patients, it can take longer.
Edema patients, it could also take a little longer.
Patients with extensive pain and edema, it can take an even longer time.
In my experience, the length of the treatment is determined by a few factors:
You have to take the pain medication exactly as your dentist recommends.
That means you can take more or less, so you don’t have to be dependent on the amount of pain medication you’re taking.
You also need to be aware that the amount of pain medication you take in one day could actually affect the amount of pain you feel.
Take the pain medication as directed by your doctor.
You also need to be careful not to take more than your prescribed amount in one day.
This is especially true if you’re taking pain medication for pain that is not caused by something you have done.
For example, if you are taking pain medication for a headache that you don’t feel.
Then you should limit taking even more than your prescribed amount.
So if you feel a little bit of pain but don’t know what it is, you should consider that you may have a migraine.
This is a migraine of the mind, where the brain seems to be at odds with your body.
For some people, this can be very painful, but it’s also the most common type of migraine.
A root canal involves a small incision and extraction of a tooth although they can be done with drills.
You can also use a straw like the one in the video.
Drills and other surgical tools are extremely helpful in taking out a tooth.
But they can also cause the tooth to become too rigid, and the dentist has to be very careful not to over-treat the tooth.