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Root Canals (Endodontics)

Getting to the root of the problem.

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure that removes the nerve or dental pulp of the tooth. This is often required when the blood vessel or nerve of a tooth has been badly damaged by tooth decay or some injury.  Root canal therapy is the alternative to tooth extraction and often required to save a damaged tooth.

Root canal therapy may be required if the nerve or pulp of a tooth has become infected or irreversibly inflamed. Infections and inflammation can occur due to:

  • Dental decay
  • Dental trauma
  • A broken  filling or crown
  • Extreme wear
  • A tooth that has required extensive dental work
  • Severe gum disease

Common symptoms that occur when the pulp is infected or damaged include:

  • Bleeding and soreness
  • Hot and/or cold sensitivity
  • Pain or tenderness on biting
  • An abscess near the tooth
  • Facial swelling
  • Darkening of the tooth

A series of appointments are needed to treat the tooth. If the treatment is not completed, there is a risk of further discomfort, possibly leading to an abscess and risking the life of the tooth. A temporary filling is used to protect the tooth in between appointments. Once the root canal therapy is finished, a dental crown should be placed over the tooth to assist in protecting the tooth for the longer term.

Our dentist will provide you with a detailed treatment plan including all fees prior to any treatment commencing.

For more information contact our dental team.


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Please call us on  9430 3100 to discuss any specific dental issues you may have.