Don't Let a Toothache Ruin Your Day

When a tooth becomes badly decayed or infected, a root canal treatment procedure is required in order to preserve, repair and save the tooth. 

Usually the dentist will diagnose based on the type of pain that requires a root canal or suggest this procedure upon evaluation on the x-ray.

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Root Canal Treatment

The Solution To Dental Discomfort

Why do I need treatment?

If a tooth is left badly decayed or infected, the gum tissue surrounding the tooth will eventually become infected and an abscess might form. This could lead to a host of health problems, including:

Swollen lymph nodes
Swelling in the face
Persistent toothache
Inability to chew or bite

The Procedure

In a root canal procedure, the tooth's nerve and blood space are cleaned, disinfected, and sealed to preserve its function, resulting in the loss of sensation for that specific tooth.

Diagnosis & X-rays

Our dentist will take an x-ray of the affected tooth. This allows them to have a clear idea of the damage and what is required for the procedure.


To prevent contamination from chemicals used during the procedure and ensure dryness, our dentist will place a rubber dam sheet around the tooth.


The dentist will access the soft tissue (pulp) within the tooth at the crown level and surgically remove any infected pulp. If a dental abscess is present, it will be drained.

Frequently Asked

What type of anaesthetic is used?

For a root canal procedure, generally only local anаesthesia (lignocaine) is required.

How long does the procedure take?

Generally, a root canal treatment session will take around 1 hour to 1 ½ hours to complete.

After clearing out the root canal, your dentist will need to fill up the root canal. This is quite a long procedure and might take several hours.

The more roots the tooth has, the longer time it will take. Sometimes, several sessions will be required.

What to expect after the procedure? Are there aftercare steps?

Once the anaesthesia wears off, some discomfort may be present during recovery. Usually, the discomfort is mild and resolves in a few days.

Our dentist might prescribe you painkillers in order to manage the soreness and tenderness after the operation.

Do I need to take time off work?

Our dentist will generally advise you to take 1-2 days off work after a successful root canal treatment, if necessary.


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