4362 15th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108


Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 10AM – 8PM

(206) 762-4060

Seattle Root Canal Dentist

We Are Located On Beacon Hill, Near Downtown Seattle.

Need A Root Canal?

Talk to your dentist about your symptoms and whether a root canal is right for you.

What Is A Root Canal?

Root canal is a dental procedure in which an experienced Seattle Root Canal Dentist removes the diseased root of a tooth. The root canal is done through a small opening that is made in the tooth’s roof (enamel). The procedure is often necessary when the tooth is damaged or when it has become infected. A special type of anesthetic is used to numb the area before the procedure begins.

How Long Does A Root Canal Take?

Root canal procedures vary in length depending on the severity of the infection and how extensive the root canal is. Generally, a root canal procedure takes around two hours to complete. However, this can vary depending on the individual patient’s specific situation.

How Do You Know If You Need A Root Canal?

If you are experiencing pain in one or more of your teeth, you may need a Seattle Root Canal Dentist. When a tooth is infected, the infection can spread to the root of the tooth. This can cause significant pain and damage to the tooth. A root canal is a procedure that involves removing the infected portion of the tooth and replacing it with a cosmetic custom-made implant.

If you have any of the following symptoms, you may need a root canal: sensitivity to heat, toothache that lasts for more than a week, teeth that feel loose or wobbly when you move them, severe pain when you bite into something hard, or pus or blood coming from the tooth. If you are not sure if you need a Seattle Root Canal Dentist, schedule an appointment with Dr. Louis Delorie DDS.

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How Much Does A Seattle Root Canal Dentist Cost?

Root canals are one of the most common Seattle Root Canal Dentist procedures performed. A root canal is a surgical procedure that cleans and repairs a damaged or infected tooth. The cost can vary based on the location and severity of the condition.

Some factors that can affect the price include whether the tooth is removable, the type of root canal needed, and whether any other dental work is required along with the root canal.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you don’t see the answer to your questions here, give us a call. We’re happy to address any questions or concerns before you visit.

What will I need to bring to my appointment?

Led by our talented team of doctors, we’re already prepped for your arrival. We’ll take excellent care of you, and your only job is to comfortably get dressed and take any prescribed medications.

What should I do to make an appointment as soon as possible?

We can usually have same-day appointments. If you have an urgent need, please get in touch, and we’ll do what we can to get you in the same day or the next day.

Are there appointments in the evenings available?

Yes, we have evening appointments available upon request. We are able to work as late as 8PM. If there’s an after-hours appointment needed, we can assist.

Do you accept payment schedules?

If you need to set up a payment plan, let us know right away and we may be able to accomodate.

What will my appointment be like?

You can expect the best possible care of your teeth. We’ll take whatever time is necessary to give you the proper treatment. You can be confident we are meticulous about infection and infection control at all times.

Is insurance accepted for payment?

Insurance is not mandatory, but nevertheless, we accept a number of different financial plans. We will make the financial procedure stress-free.

Is there access to easy parking?

Our team has free parking at our offices, so that the parking process is quick and convenient for our customers. You are able to get to an ample and easily accessible parking lot. You will not have to worry about drawing parking spaces or meeting municipal metre restrictions.

What are your dental specialties?

We’re a general dentist. We guarantee quality crown and bridge treatment, endodontics treatment, prosthodontics treatment (dentures), oral surgery treatment, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, periodontics treatment.