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Prevention is better than cure – and it holds true. If you are suffering from the dental ache, then the advanced dentistry will provide you the emergency dental service and bring back your confident smile.

Root Canal Treatment

Root canals are valuable dental procedures used to treat and preserve teeth with badly infected roots. The pulp is the live portion of the tooth that extends into the root and contains nerve endings and tissues. When it becomes infected, patients can experience pain, swelling, and even total tooth loss unless treated. Root canals remove the damaged parts of the tooth and infected root. In some cases, an antibiotic is prescribed to help prevent further infection within the tooth. The organic portion of the tooth that remains may be restored using a cap or crown that provides a natural appearance and normal tooth function.

Did you know?

Many patients associate root canals with pain and discomfort.

But local anaesthetics and advancements in modern dentistry have made root canals highly tolerable procedures that are often no less comfortable than getting a standard filling. Upon completion, a restored tooth that has undergone a root canal will blend in with surrounding teeth – virtually undetectable to the average eye. More than 9 out of 10 root canal procedures are successful, and most treatments last many years or even a lifetime.


The dental implant is replacing the missing tooth (or teeth) that cannot be saved by the conventional methods. Implants are screws placed in the jaw bone that provides additional support for crowns or bridges. Over a period of time, the jaw bone grows around the implant which helps to hold it in place. Dental Implant technology is now the state-of-the-art tooth-replacement solution and most patients can get benefit from this process.

Advantages of dental implant
• Dental implants can improve your oral health.
• Increase the comfort level
• Prevent bone loss
• Restore the bite force
• Improve the speech
• Zero chances of cavity
Indications that you may need dental implants
• Difficulty of chewing
• Tooth sensitivity
• Broken tooth
• Infected teeth

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need root canal treatment?

If the bacteria has infected the pulp inside the tooth root canal could also be the right treatment for you if you prefer to preserve as much of your natural tooth as possible instead of extracting both the healthy and diseased portions of your tooth. For more information about root canals and whether they are right for you, schedule a dental exam and consultation at your earliest convenience.

What should I expect during my root canal treatment?

If you decide to undergo a root canal, the first step in your procedure will involve a local anaesthetic. Once your tooth root is numb, the diseased portion of your tooth pulp will be removed and potentially treated for bacterial infection. The tooth will then be sealed and filled before being restored with a crown.

What type of post-treatment care is required after a root canal?

It is normal for teeth to become inflamed after a root canal, potentially causing sensitivity for the first several days following treatment. However, normal brushing and flossing habits can be resumed immediately after treatment and restoration are complete.


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