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Root canal therapy

A small hole in your tooth can be treated with a simple filling, but if the damage is more advanced, a more in-depth root canal treatment will be needed. But you can relax knowing you are in the capable hands of our dedicated team here at House of Dental in Hove.

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It is a common misconception that root canal treatment is painful, but using the latest techniques and equipment, it will be no worse than having a normal filling.

Tell us if you are anxious about the procedure, though. We will help put you at ease and make sure you are comfortable. Your dentist will always talk you through the procedure so you know what to expect.

Endodontic treatment involves removing the root nerve from the affected tooth and giving it a thorough clean. At the next stage, we can usually fill the root canals and the tooth.

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FAQs

When would a root canal procedure be required?

You are likely to require a root canal if there is an infection deep within your tooth. If left untreated, this type of infection can become incredibly painful and lead to tooth loss.

What does the treatment involve?

The treatment will remove all of the infection and will always be carried out by a specialist with an anesthetic used to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible during the treatment.

How do I know if I have an infection?

We’ve noted some of the common signs to look out for below:

Has your tooth changed colour?

Are your teeth more sensitive than normal?

Do they hurt when you eat?

Have you noticed any swelling around your teeth?

Is it painful?

It is a common misconception that root canal treatment is painful, but using the latest techniques and equipment, it will be no worse than having a normal filling.

Fees

Single Root (front tooth)

From £520

2 Roots (side tooth)

From £570

3/4 Roots (back tooth)

From £590

Re Root Canal Treatment

From £690

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