First the damaged or infected nerve and structure is removed then we cleanse and shape the inner canal to prevent reinfection and seal fully.
It is a skilled and time-consuming procedure that can require two or more visits. We have an in-house endodontist specialist who will be able to treat your infected tooth to the highest standards, to ensure your tooth has the best long term prognosis.
The best dental practice I have ever been to! Dr A Patel is true professional, welcoming, friendly and offers expert advice and treatment. I’m always made to feel welcome and comfortable. No rushing in my treatment and totally pain free. The work I have had done so far is amazing. I totally recommend this practice!
Really happy with my appointment at Dental Beauty Clinic in Romford. Everyone is very nice from reception, assistants and dentists. Everything is very well explained before the procedure. All pictures are showed and options of what action to take next. I would definitely recommend this Dental Clinic
I joined in 2019 for a gum inflammation issue. I was introduced to Tim, Jessica and Terri, and can say I have received the best care and attention. The staff are brilliant and make you feel welcome and each procedure has gone smooth. I have even moved cities and have not changed practice at all. Highly recommend and worth every penny.
There are several reasons why you may need root canal treatment including:
You may experience some mil discomfort or tenderness when biting down on the affected tooth. This usually only lasts a couple of days and can be treated with an over-the-counter anti-inflammatory pain reliever like ibuprofen.
Root Canal treatment can have a bad reputation for being painful but actually most people report the procedure is no more painful that having a filling placed. We’ll make sure your tooth is numbed so you won’t feel any pain during the procedure.
Firstly, our dentist will numb the area to ensure the procedure is as pain free as possible. Once numbed, a small opening is made in the top (crown) of the tooth to access the pulp chamber and canal. The infected tissue is then removed before being filled with a biocompatible material and sealed.