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Root Canal

Root Canal Treatment, otherwise known as Endodontics, is a dental procedure used to treat an infected or damaged tooth. During the procedure, the dentist will remove the infected or damaged pulp from the center of the tooth and clean and seal the inside of the tooth. This helps to prevent further infection and preserve the tooth.

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Root canal treatment is a dental procedure used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or infected. The procedure involves removing the damaged area of the tooth (the pulp), cleaning and disinfecting it, and then filling and sealing it.
The length of the procedure depends on the complexity of the case, but typically it can take anywhere from one to three visits to complete.
Root canal treatment is generally not painful. In fact, it can help relieve pain caused by an infected or damaged tooth. Your dentist will use local anesthesia to make sure you are comfortable during the procedure.

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Root Canal TreatmentFrom £225.00

A root canal is a dental procedure used to repair and save a tooth that has been damaged or decayed due to infection. It involves the removal of the infected pulp from the tooth, which includes the nerve, and then cleaning and sealing the canal. The procedure is typically done in multiple steps, beginning with an x-ray of the tooth to determine the extent of the infection and the shape of the root canal. The dentist may then use a drill to remove the infected pulp and any damaged tooth structure. Next, they will flush out the root canal and fill it with a rubber-like material called gutta-percha. This material is designed to fill the entire length of the root canal, as well as seal it off from further infection. Finally, the dentist will place a crown over the tooth to protect and strengthen it. The benefits of a root canal are many, including relieving the pain caused by the infection, restoring the tooth to its original shape and function, and preventing the need for further surgery in the future. A root canal can also help to preserve the appearance of your smile by preventing the need for a tooth extraction.

Root canals are a common dental procedure used to treat a variety of dental issues. One of the primary causes of root canals is tooth decay, which is caused by a buildup of bacteria in the mouth that can lead to cavities and other damage. Tooth decay can be caused by poor oral hygiene, eating certain foods, and not having regular dental checkups. It is important to maintain good oral hygiene, avoid sugary foods, and visit your dentist regularly to reduce the risk of tooth decay.

Injury to the tooth can also be a cause of root canals. Trauma to the tooth, such as from a sports injury or car accident, can cause the nerve or pulp of the tooth to become damaged or infected. This type of damage can be very painful and should be treated immediately to prevent further damage or infection.

Infection is another common cause of root canals. Bacteria can enter the tooth through a crack or cavity, leading to an infection in the pulp of the tooth. This infection can be very painful and may require a root canal to relieve the pain and treat the infection. It is important to visit your dentist immediately if you are experiencing any signs of infection in your teeth.

The process of root canal involves several steps in order to restore the health and function of an infected tooth. The first step is preparation of the tooth. This includes numbing the area and isolating the tooth to prevent contamination. After the tooth is prepared, the dentist will use special tools to remove the infected tissue from within the root canal system. During this process, they may also use a rotary instrument to shape the canal and remove existing bacteria from the area. After the infected tissue has been removed, the dentist will fill and seal the tooth. This is done by placing a rubber-like material into the root canal and sealing it off with a special cement. The seal helps to prevent further infection and also allows for the tooth to be restored with a dental crown. The final step is the restoration of the tooth, which may involve placing a dental crown to help protect the tooth from further damage. Ultimately, root canal treatment can help to save a tooth from extraction and restore its health, function, and appearance.

Root canal therapy is a common dental procedure that can help to save a tooth that is severely infected or decayed. However, it is not without risks, as there are potential complications that can arise from the procedure. One of the most common complications is pain. Pain can occur during the procedure itself, as well as after it is completed. Additionally, swelling can occur at the site of the treatment, which can be both uncomfortable and cosmetically displeasing. Infection is also a potential complication of root canal therapy. While the procedure itself can help to remove bacteria and infected material, it is still possible for bacteria or fungi to make their way into the area, leading to a post-treatment infection. If an infection does occur, it is important to seek treatment from a dentist as soon as possible, as it can lead to further complications if left unchecked.

In conclusion, root canal treatment is a procedure used to remove infection from the inside of a tooth. The root canal removes the infected pulp that can occur from an untreated cavity or due to trauma, and then the inside of the tooth is filled and sealed. Oral hygiene is extremely important to prevent the development of infections and cavities, which can lead to the need for root canal treatment. The benefits of root canal treatment are that it can save the tooth from extraction, it can relieve pain, and it can restore the appearance of the tooth and the overall health of the mouth. Root canal treatment may be a lengthy process, but it is an important and effective way to treat and save a tooth from further damage. Taking care of one’s oral health through brushing, flossing, and regular dental visits is the best way to prevent the need for root canal treatment.

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1 & 2 Maelor Buildings
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Wrexham, LL11 3NG
Monday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Tuesday
8:45am - 7:30pm
Wednesday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Thursday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Friday
8:45am - 5:00pm
Sat & Sunday
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