If there is inflammation or infection in the roots of a tooth, the only way to save it is to undergo a root
canal therapy. During root canal treatment, the dentist will remove the pulp inside the tooth, clean,
disinfect it, and use fillings to seal the space. This treatment is a last resort when other methods such as
composite fillings fail. With proper care and maintenance, a root canal can last you a lifetime. Our team
of dentists specializes in offering root canal therapy.
What are the signs that a root canal is needed?
- Tooth sensitivity especially extreme discomfort due while eating heat or cold food
- Sharp pain when chewing or biting
- Swollen or painful gums
- Pimples on your gums
- Chipped or cracked teeth
- Deep decay or darkened gums
Saving the infected and damaged tooth
Cavities can damage your teeth and may lead to tooth loss. We offer quality root canal therapy to help
restore your teeth. Root canal treatment is designed to repair and save a badly damaged or infected
tooth instead of removing it.
We will thoroughly clean canals inside a tooth’s root and arrest the
infection. We understand that root canal treatment is often associated with pain. Our team uses local
anesthetics during the treatment, this ensures that patients have little or no pain at all during the
treatment. Get in touch with us.
Restore your teeth
The alternatives for treating damaged teeth are extracting the damaged tooth and replacing it with a
a dental implant, bridge, or removable partial denture if none of these measures seem suitable for you.
We can help. We offer quality and pain-free, root canal therapy. Our dentists are fully qualified and
professional, you can rely on us to offer quality treatments. We are compassionate friendly and make
you feel at ease and comfortable during the entire treatment.
How to prevent root canal?
- Brush your teeth at least twice a day
- Floss between your teeth
- See your dentist for checkups and undergo teeth cleaning
- Avoid eating candies, chocolates, drinking cola, if you eat sugary foods, rinse your mouth shortly afterward