Root canal treatments are a necessity in many clinical scenarios. The purpose of a root canal treatment is to save a tooth, or a root of a tooth, and restore its structure. In many situations, this is the treatment that relieves the pain when we talk about tooth-related pain. In our view, root canal treatments need to be efficient, predictable and ideally completed in a single visit.
X-rays and sometimes CBCT (Cone Beam Computer Tomography) are essential to guide and evaluate treatments. For your convenience these can be done on site in our surgery using the latest digital, low dose equipment.
All procedures are performed with local anaesthetic, with the option of sedation for our anxious patients. Pre-medication and post-medication protocols assure minimal post-operative sensitivity.