Root Canal Therapy in North Lakes
Caring and compassionate specialists
Modern root canal therapy is a simple procedure with minimal discomfort which will eradicate the pain of infection and give you a strong and protective crown to keep your tooth healthier for longer.
Do I Need Root Canal Treatment?
Signs that you may need a root canal treatment include pain, prolonged sensitivity to temperatures, tenderness to the touch and discolouration of teeth. A root canal will often be prescribed if decay has infected the nerve in the centre of the tooth or if the root becomes irreversibly damaged from a crack or trauma.
A Painless Root Canal Procedure at Mango Hill
We take pride in saving as many teeth as possible while providing the gentlest root canal procedures we can. Your dentist will begin by numbing the tooth and surrounding tissues to make sure you are comfortable throughout the entire procedure. We will then remove the injured or dead tissue, treat the infection and fill the canal to prevent future damage. At your next visit, once the root canal has healed, your dentist will create a crown or filling to permanently seal your tooth and give it a strong, natural finish.
Stop Tooth Pain Fast with a Root Canal Filling
An infected or dying nerve in your tooth can be very painful but once the affected nerve has been killed, the pain dramatically reduces almost instantly. The root canal treatment then fills the tooth in order to prevent the infection travelling to the jawbone and causing further damage and pain in the future.
If you’d like to find out about our root canal procedure at Mango Hill or make an appointment for a consultation with our caring and compassionate team, call us now on (07) 4736 8114 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.
- Anaesthetic will wear off between 1-3 hours post procedure
- Site tenderness can be experienced for a few days
- Jaw might be sore due to having your mouth open for the length of the procedure
- Hot, cold and pressure sensitivity may be present for a few days or weeks
- Brush and floss your teeth carefully
- Take pain medication if needed – speak to your dentist about what you can take