I have a LOT of dental work that needs to be done. 5 root canals, several fillings, a tooth that needs to be lengthened, and I might as well get some whitening done too. I’d like to do as much of it as possible in one appointment. How possible is that?
Jeremy A.- Las Vegas
Each individual dentist is different on how much they’ll do in one sitting. Generally, the dentists that will do the most work per sitting uses sedation dentistry. If you’re not comfortable with sedation and you can tolerate dental work well, then you may be able to do a four hour sitting.
A general dentist can do your teeth whitening and fillings, as long as you don’t have a complicated case. Your root canals can probably be done in one appointment as long as they aren’t molars. If you do have molars that need root canals, you may want to see an endodontist. They can get a molar root canal done in about an hour, whereas a general dentist would probably take two hours for one of them.
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