Our Prices from £285
Why Chooses Us
What is Root Canal Treatment?
Root Canal Treatment (RCT) is a dental procedure focused on saving teeth compromised by infection or damaged pulp. This involves removing the infected pulp, cleaning the tooth’s interior, and sealing it to prevent further issues. RCT is essential for pain relief, infection elimination, and maintaining natural teeth for optimal oral health. Modern advancements have made the process more comfortable, dispelling its historical reputation.
Despite its past reputation, Root Canal Treatment is now a routine and efficient way to rescue a tooth from potential extraction. By addressing internal tooth problems, RCT allows individuals to preserve their natural dentition, promoting long-term oral health and function.
Most competitive price:
Completed Second stage root canal treatment including composite filling and a WHITE CROWN ( Porcelain bonded crown)
Completed second stage of root canal treatment including composite filling
Both prices include all Xrays, and impressions, use of single file wave one gold, and high quality composite core and impressions.
Frequently Asked Questions
We see alot of patients every day, and our principle experience allows for enhanced and rapid turnover meaning, we can demand extra discounts from suppliers and dental labs, we pass this discount directly to you.
We have a 24 hour emergency dental service, 7 days a week, so the short answer is today, as long as the tooth is not swollen we can complete your root canal in most cases on the same day and take an impression for the crown.
There are many factors that play a role in this question, however the most important is the state of the tooth when conducting the root canal. If the tooth is vital then the bacteria load in the canals is negligible so a root canal treatment can provide success rate up to 82 percent over 5 years, if the tooth is infected or previously root canaled, then the bacteria load will be millions, and so elimination of all bacteria can be close to impossible, the success rate can plumet down to 48 percent. In this case we will aim to sterilise the tooth more rigorously to offset the decreased prognosis. Our dentist will discuss this with you prior to stating your root canal. This will give you informed consent and transparency.
After completion of root canal treatment the tooth becomes very brittle and without coronal restoraton can break quite easily during function. the crown helps prevent this. Another issue is something called coronal leakage, the crown helps prevent new bacteria from penetrating the tooth causing failure of the root canal.