Our Dental Services

Dr. Cervando Mendoza DDS is a post-graduate of American Foundation for Dental Studies in Arizona, Harvard and Loma Linda. He is celebrating 38 plus years serving the border cities of Tijuana Mexico and San Diego California USA. Dr. Mendoza is an implants specialist who has Installed more than 7000 dental implants since 1975

Root Canals in Mexico

Root Canals in Mexico

What is a Root Canal Treatment?

Your dentist uses root canal treatment to find the cause and then treat problems of th tooth’s soft core (the dental pulp). Years ago, teeth with diseased or injured pulps were removed. Today, root canal treatment has given dentists a safe way of saving teeth. We offer root canals in Mexico cheaper than US dentists.

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Your teeth are meant to last a lifetime. Even if one of your teeth becomes injured or diseased, it often can be saved through root canal (endodontic) treatment. To help you understand this procedure, we have answered some often asked questions about this treatment.

What is the dental Pulp?

The pulp is the soft tissue that contains nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue. It lies within the tooth and extends from the crown of the tooth to the tooth to the tipo of the root in the bone of the jaws.

Root Canals Mexico

Root Canals Mexico


What happens if the pulp get’s injured?

When the pulp is diseased or injured and can’t repair itself, it dies. The most common cause of pulp death is a cracked tooth or a deep cavity. Both of these problems can let germs (bacetria) enter in the pulp. Germs can cause an infection inside the tooth. Left without treatment, pus builds up at the root tip, in the jawbone, forming a “pus-pocket” called an abscess. An abscess can cause damage to the bone around the teeth.

Why does the pulp need to be removed?

When the infected pulp is not removed, pain and swelling can result. Certain byproducts of the infection can injure your jaw bone. Without treatment, your tooth may have to be removed.

What does a treatment involve?

Treatment often involves from one to three visits. During treatment, your general dentist or endodontist (a dentist who specializes in problems of the pulp) removes the diseased pulp. The pulp chamber and root canal’s) of the tooth are then cleaned and sealed.

  1. First, an opening is made through the crown of the tooth. An opening is made through the crown of the tooth into the pulp chamber.
  2. The pulp is then removed. The root canal’s) is cleaned and shaped to a form that can be filled.  The pulp is removed, and the root canals are cleaned, enlarged and shaped.
  3. Medications may be put in the pulp chamber and root canal’s) to help get rid of germs and prevent infection.
  4. A temporary filling will be placed in the crown opening to protect the tooth between dental visits.  Your dentist may leave the tooth open for a few days to drain. You might also be given medicine to help control infection that may have spread beyond the tooth.
  5. The temporary filling is removed and the pulp chamber and root canal’s) are cleaned and filled.
  6. The final step, a gold or porcelain crown is usually placed over the tooth. If an endodontist performs the treatment, he or she will recommend that you return to your family dentist for this final step.

Please make your appointment at least one day in advance, or email us.

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