What is a Root Canal?
It is a dental treatment that will be carried out by one of our dental professionals, where they will perform surgery on the tooth (or teeth), which have been causing you those painful issues. Our affordable root canal treatment will eliminate the infection and help to protect your teeth from any future infection from coming back.
Do You Need a Root Canal?
The problem with your teeth, which will lead to you having a root canal, is when the pulp (the soft tissue of the actual tooth) becomes inflamed or infected, causing you pain and requiring treatment.
Root Canal Treatment
Once we have decided that a root canal treatment is the way to go for you, we will then begin the procedure. This involves our fully trained dental expert removing that bad tissue and pulp, before then going on to clean out the inside of the tooth, and then finally moving on to disinfect it to make sure that it is adequately dealt with.
What are Endodontists?
When you come and take advantage of one of our affordable root canal treatments, you will be under the care of one of our endodontists. Now, an endodontist is still a dentist, but after finishing dental school, they go on and do a further few years of advanced training to take them to that next level. An endodontist can perform highly skilled dental treatments, including your root canal, so you really are going to be in the best hands possible.
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What Happens After Treatment?
Following the root canal dental procedure, you are then going to need your tooth to return to its healthy self again. This will require our endodontist to put a filling into the tooth, which will cover the area of the tooth that was removed, followed by a crown being applied for full and complete restoration and support.
There is no denying that you are going to feel a little sore following a root canal treatment, but we can assure you that it is not going to be unbearable and is going to get better every day. It is usually the case that, once you have had a root canal treatment, it will be much better and fully healed within a few weeks.
If you are still having any pain or any issues after a few weeks, then we recommend that you get in touch with us so that you can come back in to see our endodontist get to the bottom of the issue.