Root Canal Treatments by Endodontist in London

Root Canal Treatment or Endodontics are treatments involving tretment of the interior of a tooth to remove damaged or dead nerves and blood vessels that have become infected by decay, cracks or trauma. It is the most common procedure provided by an endodontist in London and this type of interventions saves millions of teeth each year, relieving patients from tooth pain as well.

What is a root canal?

There is a tube inside each tooth which runs from the root to the chamber within the crown. This connecting tube is called the root canal and this is where the tooths blood supply and nerves are, called the “pulp”. Usually, your incisor and canine teeth have a single root and root canal. Premolars and molars can have two to three roots with possibly evn up to five roots.

Why need root canal treatment?

If you do not take proper care of your teeth and gums, harmful bacteria may easily flourish and penetrate the chamber. Once a tooth is decayed, the blood supply to the nerve wull be compromised and ultimately, the tooth will start to die. The most effective way to save your infected tooth is root canal therapy. This efficient dental treatment can deal with very damaged, a tooth with a lost filling or a dental injury. The only way of delaing with a tooth like this, other than root canal therapy is tooth extraction.

What’s involved in root canal therapy?

Root canal procedures include removing the pulp from the affected celaning the inside of the tooth disinfecting it and then filling it with a material similar to rubber. The affected tooth can then be fitted with protective crown or filling.

What are the Advantages of Root canal treatments ?

  • Keeping of the natural look of your teeth
  • Restoring chewing and biting force
  • Protecting neighbouring teeth from excessive strain
  • Treated teeth can survive as long as other healthy teeth
  • Eliminates the need for on-going dental visits

Why would you need to visit an endodontist?

An Endodontist is a dental specialist who performs procedures such as root canal treatment and has been trained for an additional two years at least after their general dental degree. The additional training provides technique development and deeper knowledge of dental complications. On average a general dentist performs about two root canal procedures per week, whereas an Endodontist performs at least 25 This makes endodontists much more precise and efficient when it comes to these treatments as their expertise results in better client satisfaction and faster recovery.

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