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Tijuana Root Canal Clinic

Specializing in root canals and related procedures.

Tijuana Root Canal Specialists

Ramos endodontists specialize in procedures aimed at improving the “pulp” of the tooth – the soft inner nerve that may be affected by deep cavities or other damage. Our endodontists use advanced technologies and modern techniques to treat the infected area quickly and effectively. Our endodontists strive to make your experience as straightforward and pain-free as possible.

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Our Root Canal Process

Step 1

Numbing the tooth and surrounding area.

Step 2

Opening the tooth and removing nerve from the root.

Step 3

Cleaning and disinfecting inside the tooth canal.

Step 4

Sealing the root canal with proprietary material.

Tijuana Root Canal Specialists

Our Approach to Root Canals

At Ramos Dental Clinic in Zona Rio, Tijuana, we take the time to answer questions and help you relax before arriving for your procedure. Our team performs hundreds of procedures each year using state-of-the-art technology and deep clinical experience to ensure your treatment is quick and painless. Whether you’re visiting us for an emergency root canal or scheduled visit, we’re here to serve you when you need us most.

Advanced Root Canal Tech

Root canals are a common procedure offered at our clinic. We have been performing these procedures for over 10 years, cultivating and combining clinical expertise with modern endodontology techniques. Our endodontists are certified in root canal surgery under a microscope, which offers superior treatment outcomes as demonstrated by research.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A root canal in Tijuana can cost anywhere between $200-$300 depending on the level of tooth decay. A general rule of thumb is: the longer a tooth goes untreated, the higher the cost – so we recommend getting treated before experiencing pain.

You should not wait until experiencing pain to see an endodontist. If you’ve had a regular check-up or cleaning, and the dentist recommends a root canal, we advise scheduling an appointment immediately to avoid any long-term tooth damage.

In most cases, we will be able to give you a crown the same day! However, if your treatment is more complex (multiple teeth), we may place a temporary filling in a tooth to protect it until more work is done and a permanent filling or crown is added.