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This was the best experience I ever had at a dentist. The reason for my visit was a broken tooth which already had an inlay. My expectations were exceeded as it was all fixed perfectly in ONE single session. The staff was really friendly and professional.

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Your associate dentist is the first dentist who paused to ask me if anything hurt and it was the first time I had totally pain-free dentistry.
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Excellent professional service for a family that was dead scared of a dentist. Dr Zander is so accommodating even play your favourite music during the appointment. Also have to mention the technology they use are absolutely the newest and great experience overall

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Root Canal Treatment 

  • Root canal treatment, also known as endodontics, is the procedure necessary to save a tooth when its nerve is damaged.
  • This damage can be caused by decay, excessive grinding, large fillings, or even after certain dental treatments like fillings or crowns.

When Do You Need a Root Canal?

  • If a toothache is keeping you up at night, it’s likely due to an abscess and the tooth needs a root canal treatment.
  • Sensitivity to heat often indicates nerve damage.

The Procedure

Despite what you might think, a root canal treatment is generally painless. Here’s what happens:

  • The dentist removes the damaged nerve cells from the tooth’s canals. Thanks to advanced technology like the Zeiss microscope, even the tiniest canals are detected and treated.
  • The canals are cleaned, shaped, and disinfected, using files and instruments.
  • Biolase Waterlase finishes the procedure. 
  • The canals are then dried, filled, and sealed with a special material to promote healing and prevent future infections.

After the Treatment

  • Most people experience no pain after the procedure, although a small percentage may feel some discomfort. This can be managed with medications like Cataflam and Panado.
  • It’s essential to avoid chewing on the treated side until the tooth is fully restored with a crown or porcelain overlay.