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Good year to all, I hope everyone has blasted the new year night. Yesterday morning when I wake up for the breakfast I was not able to chew food. There was a severe toothache while eating and applying pressure on that infected area. I'm planning to take a visit to our nearby dental care clinic in Toronto. Today I noticed a swelling on my face. I shared my problems with my sister she told me that I might need a root canal therapy. She used to call me for the routine dental check-up. But as I was busy with my projects I was not able to take the routine dental check-up. But now I regret. I have heard that root canal treatment is a lengthy process and it requires a lot of appointment. Is that true? Is it necessary to take powerful painkillers after a root canal? Kindly share your ideas with me. Thank you in advance.