Root Canals

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If you are experiencing extreme toothache that keeps you up at night, you might need to have a root canal to solve the problem.

If you have tooth decay, the ideal solution is to use a dental filling to restore the cavity in your tooth. However, if the cavity in your tooth is left untreated for too long, the cavity will deepen, and an infection can occur. This is when a root canal procedure is necessary.

A root canal serves to remove an infection without you having to lose a tooth.

When our team performs a root canal, we will remove the infected tissue from your tooth. This will also relieve you of the pain that you were experiencing as a result of the infection. Fortunately, this procedure means that you will not have to lose the tooth.

We use state of the art equipment and local anaesthetics to keep you as comfortable as possible throughout the procedure.

Root canals are a common dental procedure. Our experienced team will explain each step of the process to you, to ensure that you know what to expect at every stage. We will do our utmost to lessen any anxiety you might be feeling, and make you feel as comfortable as possible.

Once you have had a root canal, it is very important to do what you can to protect that tooth.

Good dental hygiene habits at home are very important. We educate all our patients to brush twice a day and floss once a day. In addition, following a root canal, we strongly recommend that you have a protective dental cap placed over the tooth. This will significantly reduce the risk of the tooth breaking, thus extending the life of the tooth.

If you are experiencing any dental pain or discomfort, please make an appointment to see our professional team as soon as possible, before the problem worsens.

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