Root Canal Treatments

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Preserve your natural teeth with root canal treatment.

Are you experiencing constant tooth pain or sensitivity? Does the thought of eating or drinking anything cold make you cringe? It may be time for a root canal!

At our clinic, we understand that the mere mention of a root canal can send shivers down your spine. But fear not, our experienced and gentle team of professionals will make your root canal treatment a painless and stress-free experience.

During the treatment, we will remove the infected or damaged tissue from the root of your tooth, clean and sanitise the area, and seal it with a filling to prevent further damage. You will leave our clinic with a restored tooth and a smile you can be proud of.

Root canal treatment is like a superhero that saves your tooth from a painful demise. It’s a procedure that removes the infected or damaged tissue from the root of your tooth, cleans it up, and seals it with a filling to prevent further damage.

Think of it as a tiny, underground city in your tooth where all the bacteria and debris gather, causing pain and sensitivity. Root canal treatment is like a deep cleaning for that city, eliminating all the bad guys and restoring peace and tranquillity to your tooth.

Don’t let the fear of pain or discomfort hold you back from getting the relief you need. Our expert team is here to make your root canal treatment a breeze, so you can get back to smiling and enjoying all your favourite foods without worry. Trust us, your tooth will thank you!

Don’t let the fear of a root canal prevent you from getting the relief you need. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and experience the difference that quality care and expertise can make in your oral health.

  1. Conventional root canal treatment
  2. Apicoectomy
  3. Regenerative endodontic procedures (REP)
  4. Single-visit root canal treatment
  5. Retreatment Root canal treatment

A root canal treatment may be necessary for individuals who are experiencing the following symptoms:

  1. Severe toothache: If you have a persistent or severe toothache, it may be a sign of an infected or damaged tooth that requires a root canal treatment.
  2. Swelling or tenderness: If you have swelling or tenderness in your gums near the affected tooth, it may indicate an infection that requires a root canal treatment.
  3. Tooth sensitivity: If you experience sensitivity or pain when eating or drinking hot or cold foods, it may be a sign that the tooth’s nerve is damaged and needs root canal treatment.
  4. Darkening of the tooth: If the affected tooth has become discoloured or darkened, it may indicate that the nerve has been damaged and requires a root canal treatment.
  5. Decay or trauma: If a tooth has been damaged by decay or trauma, a root canal treatment may be necessary to preserve the tooth and prevent further damage or infection.

It is essential to see a dentist if you are experiencing any of these symptoms. Your dentist can perform a thorough examination, take x-rays, and recommend the best course of treatment to preserve the health and function of your affected tooth.

The process of root canal treatment typically involves the following steps:

  1. Consultation and diagnosis: During the initial consultation, the dentist will examine the tooth and take x-rays to determine the extent of the damage or infection. If root canal treatment is recommended, the dentist will discuss the procedure and answer any questions you may have.
  2. Anaesthesia: Before the procedure, the tooth will be numb with a local anaesthetic to reduce discomfort.
  3. Access: The dentist will make a small opening in the top of the tooth to access it inside.
  4. Cleaning and shaping: The dentist will remove the damaged or infected pulp from within the tooth with special instruments. They will then clean and shape the inside of the tooth to prepare it for filling.
  5. Disinfection: They will then disinfect the inside of the tooth to kill any remaining bacteria and prevent future infections.
  6. Filling: The inside of the tooth will be filled with a unique material, such as gutta-percha, to seal the tooth and prevent further infection.
  7. Sealing: The dentist will place a temporary filling or temporary crown over the opening in the tooth to protect it while you wait for a permanent restoration.
  8. Permanent restoration: In a follow-up appointment, the dentist will remove the temporary filling or temporary crown and place a permanent restoration and a permanent crown when needed over the opening in the tooth to restore its function and appearance.

It’s important to note that the exact steps and length of the root canal treatment will vary depending on the patient’s specific need and the tooth’s health. In some cases, the procedure may be completed in a single appointment, while in others, it may take several visits to complete.

Here are some post-treatment instructions to follow after undergoing root canal treatment:

  1. Take pain medication: If prescribed, take any pain medication as directed to help manage discomfort.
  2. Avoid eating or drinking for a short time: Avoid eating or drinking for a few hours after the procedure as instructed by the treating dentist to allow the numbing medication to wear off and reduce the risk of biting your cheek, lip, or tongue.
  3. Rest: Allow yourself time to rest after the procedure and avoid strenuous activities that could put extra pressure on the treated tooth.
  4. Apply ice: If recommended by your dentist, apply an ice pack to the cheek near the treated tooth for 20 minutes at a time to reduce swelling and discomfort.
  5. Maintain good oral hygiene: Brush and floss your teeth regularly to maintain good oral hygiene and reduce the risk of infection. Also, your dentist can recommend using an antiseptic mouthwash.
  6. Avoid biting or chewing on the treated tooth: Avoid biting or chewing on the treated tooth for the first few days after the procedure to allow it to fully heal.
  7. Rinse with salt water: Your dentist may recommend rinsing your mouth with warm salt water to help reduce swelling and promote healing.
  8. Attend follow-up appointments: It is essential to attend all follow-up appointments with your dentist to monitor the healing process and ensure that the treated tooth is functioning properly.

If root canal treatment is not performed when necessary, the following consequences can occur:

  1. Tooth loss: If an infected or damaged tooth is left untreated, it can result in tooth loss as the infection spreads and weakens the surrounding structures.
  2. Spread of infection: An untreated infected tooth can lead to the spread of the disease to other parts of the mouth, including the jawbone and gums, leading to further complications.
  3. Pain and discomfort: An untreated infected tooth can cause persistent pain and discomfort, making it difficult to eat, speak, or sleep.
  4. Abscess formation: An untreated infected tooth can cause the formation of an abscess, which is a painful and potentially dangerous collection of pus at the tip of the tooth’s root.
  5. Development of systemic health problems: An untreated oral infection can potentially lead to the development of systemic health problems, including heart disease, stroke, and pneumonia.

All of us here at Kigo Dental are committed to providing you with the best dental care available, and we do so with a smile.

Our entire staff, from receptionists to dental hygienists and assistants, is committed to providing you with the best quality dental care possible.

From the time you walk through the door and every time you revisit, you will experience this firsthand.

Kigo Dental has a team of experienced and skilled Orthodontists and other specialised dentists who specialize in providing high-quality dental care and treatments, utilizing the latest technologies and techniques to ensure the best outcomes for their patients.


Root canal treatment, also known as endodontic therapy, is a procedure to remove infected or damaged tissue from inside a tooth’s root canal and then seal it to prevent re-infection.

Many people experience discomfort during and after a root canal treatment, but modern techniques and local anaesthesia make the procedure relatively painless. Most patients report that the post-operative discomfort is manageable with over-the-counter pain medication.

Every visit to a root canal treatment typically takes one to two hours to complete, although the length of the procedure may vary depending on the complexity of the case.

Typically, a root canal treatment requires two to three visits to complete, depending on the severity. The first visit involves cleaning out the infected or damaged tissue, and the second and third visits involve sealing the root canal and restoring the tooth. Nowadays, in some cases, single-visit root canal treatments can also be performed depending on the complexity.

A correctly performed root canal treatment is usually a permanent solution for treating an infected or damaged tooth. However, there may be rare instances when the treated tooth may still be susceptible to future problems, such as reinfection, damage, or decay, and may need to be retreated or extracted in the future.

Most patients experience a little discomfort and swelling for a few days after a root canal treatment, but these symptoms typically subside within a week. Your dentist can provide specific post-operative care instructions to help speed up your recovery.

A root canal-treated tooth, with proper care and maintenance, can last a lifetime. However, it is vital to continue regular dental checkups and cleanings to ensure the continued health and function of the treated tooth.



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