When that’s the case, infections can very easily spread through the root canal system, causing abscesses, swelling, excruciating pain and a whole host of other unpleasant symptoms.
Without root canal treatment, you not only risk enduring pain for longer than necessary but may also risk eventual loss of the tooth.
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Our experienced endodontic team can soothe the pain with root canal treatment and stop infections from spreading while preserving as much of the natural tooth as possible.
The procedure is carried out under local anaesthetic and is no less comfortable than placing an ordinary filling.
During the procedure, our team will remove all of the infection from the tooth’s root canal before thoroughly cleaning and sealing the area to prevent further disease. We’ll then apply a temporary filling while the tooth heals.
At a return visit to the clinic, we’ll replace the temporary filling with a permanent crown and check that the tooth is completely clear of infection.
Endodontics is a professional discipline, and root canal treatment usually requires two or more visits. We also recommend keeping up with regular hygiene appointments afterwards to keep your oral health in great shape.
For more information on root canal therapy, call us on 01429 221 353 or contact us.
Prices can vary depending on different aspects of your case. You should contact our team today to find out what the best treatments options are for you.
Pretty much anyone can benefit from root canal therapy as long as you’re eligible. You should contact our practice to arrange a consultation with us and find out how suitable you are.
Treatment can take anywhere between two and three appointments.
No, it might feel strange at first, but you’ll soon get used to the anaesthetic. We’ll give you all the aftercare advice you need to keep discomfort to a minimum too.
You should only be considering root canal therapy once you’ve spoken to a professional who can offer you a comprehensive treatment plan after a thorough assessment of your smile.
Infection deep within a tooth can be caused by bacteria entering the mouth and invading the tooth. It can also be caused by leaky filling, which hasn’t protected the tooth’s surface well enough and has let bacteria in.
Sometimes, you might experience some discharge from your tooth. Other times, you may experience swollen gums in that specific area, or your neck area or cheek could even swell. This is because of the tenderness in the tissue around the infection. YOu should book an appointment straight away if you experience any of these symptoms.
Suppose you avoid having a root canal when you need one. In that case, you’re going to have much worse symptoms and eventually, you’ll have to turn to more dental treatment to fix it if untreated bacterial infections in the root of your teeth can travel into your gums and could start to affect other parts of your body. It could even lead to tooth loss.