Reliable Root Canal Treatment
Root Canal – North Adelaide Smiles
Are you experiencing persistent pain with your teeth but aren’t sure of the cause? Well, it’s time to get a lasting solution for this pain immedaitely. Our minimally invasive root canal treatment will help treat tooth pain while preventing infection and saving your damaged tooth from extraction. Book an appointment below today!
Root Canal Treatment In Adelaide
At North Adelaide Smiles, we work with patients to negate tooth pain, helping you to preserve your quality of life, but with a healthy smile and pain-free teeth. We offer quality root canal therapy with the sole focus of helping our patients prevent tooth extraction.
You can rest assured that our staff will go above and beyond to help you preserve your teeth for years to come.
When Do You Need A Root Canal Treatment?
Among the reasons why a root canal treatment is necessary include tooth decay, trauma, crack, large-scale tooth decay, and a noticeable abscess. When the nerve inside the affected tooth starts to die, becomes abscessed, or infected, applying a tooth filling or a crown will not save your tooth. There is a risk of constant reinfections occurring. Eventually, this will cause tooth loss.
The Root Canal Procedure
Root canal procedure take place in three stages, which we can complete in two or three visits depending on the severity of the infection. Of critical importance to us is to relieve the pain our patients feel when they come to our practice. The three stages of root canal treatment are:
Step #1: Deal With The Pain
When a patient walks into our clinic in suffering from pain and discomfort as a result of an infection or other dental issue, our first step is to deal with the pain. We do this by drilling a small hole through the crown to the roots under local anaesthetic conditions. We remove the infected nerves, apply antibiotics, and then temporarily seal the tooth.
Step #2: Thoroughly Clean The Infected Tooth
After the pain subsides, we clean the nerve canals, ensuring we eliminate all bacteria. The sterilised tooth is prepared for permanent filling and sealing.
Step #3: Fill And Seal The Canals
The final stage of the process is to seal the canals permanently. The special filling material used help deter further infections while giving the tooth structural stability.
Root Canal Treatment Cost
The root canal treatment cost varies based on individual circumstances and the amount of work that goes into the treatment. In this regard, the treatment cost for types of teeth varies.
Endodontic Treatment Cost For Molar – Root canal treatment tends to be priciest when dealing with molars. Molars have a larger and more complicated anatomical root canal system. They take much more time to treat while utilising more complex treatment procedures.
Endodontic Treatment Cost For Incisors – Due to their smaller size, treating incisors tends to cost less. However, the actual price will depend on the restorative work that goes into treating your teeth.
Why Choose Our Root Canal Dentists?
North Adelaide Smiles has a team of experienced dental care experts and support staff that cares about your dental health and has the expertise to carry out even the toughest root canals. We’ve equipped our dental practice with the latest equipment and tools to carry out safe, effective, and pain-free root canals. Contact us below to learn more about root canal treatment today!
Root Canal Frequently Asked Questions
It depends on the particular tooth being worked on and the amount of restorative work needed to complete the procedure and save your tooth.
Yes. Not only does it help you deal with the underlying infection, but it also enables you to avoid tooth extraction and preserve your tooth for the long term.
It all depends on your particular situation. In most cases, however, it’s better to have a root canal than your tooth extracted. Root canals help save your natural teeth and avoid more expensive dental implants.
The only alternative to a root canal is tooth extraction. Root canals are used as a solution when the infection has spread too deep for crowns and fillers to effectively prevent the further spread of the bacteria.
The quality of local anaesthetics has improved immensely in the last 20 years. Today, you can rest easy knowing that you will not experience undue pain during the procedure. Additionally, we use advanced tools during the treatment, ensuring we complete the process much faster, reducing the risk of pain.
Typically, root canals take place in two or three different visits. However, after the first session, you’ll most likely be pain-free.
Left untreated, the infection will only spread and become worse. You’ll most likely lose your tooth/teeth.
Ideally, you shouldn’t wait. The earlier the procedure is done, the better it is for your long-term dental health.