ROOT CANAL SYDNEY
ADVANCED laser ROOT CANAL TREATMENTS to save YOUR NATURAL teeth.
ROOT CANAL SYDNEY
ROOT CANAL THERAPY
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What is Root Canal
Root canal therapy is a therapy done on severely decayed and infected teeth that can no longer be saved through dental restorations. Patients that need this treatment present with an infected and inflamed dental pulp in their mouth.
When this happens, we carefully remove the pulp and use instruments to clean and shape the root of the affected teeth. Once that’s done, we place a dental crown as the final restoration.
Our cosmetic dental practice located in Sydney CBD users laser to treat this condition for a pain-free experience.
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Each case varies. Depending on the infection, we may perform your root canal therapy in one single visit or it may take multiple appointments to ensure success.
Our dentists in Sydney are highly trained to perform laser root canal treatments. For complicated cases, an endodontist may be needed.
Endodontists are dental specialists that have a focused practice in treating diseases of the pulp, canals, and surrounding structures.
We have accumulated formidable experience in endodontics as a special interest field. Though we’re not specialists in the strict sense of the word, we are equally adept at treating endodontic conditions. Compared to endodontists, it is very affordable to have your treatments done here at our practice in Sydney CBD. Good news is, we also offer payment plans to suit your needs.
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What is the emergency management of toothache?
For emergency cases like swelling or excruciating pain, you may call us immediately at 02 8331 6677 for an appointment.
Pain medications will only provide temporary relief.
Seek dental treatment as soon as you can to make sure the infection gets appropriate attention from a trained dentist.
What can happen if you wait too long before starting treatment?
Prevention is better than cure. Avoid stressful complications through regular dental visits. With a decayed tooth, we recommend that you book an appointment as soon as you feel the symptoms and notice the associated signs.
Delaying dental treatment can lead to swelling and severe pain. The worst consequence would be an unrestorable tooth which would lead to extraction.
Why do we need to remove the pulp during root canal treatment?
When and if the pulp is already exposed or infected, the only choice would be to remove it to save the tooth.
Meanwhile, the infection may lead to swelling of the surrounding areas of the teeth, bone, and face.
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What are the symptoms that show you need this therapy?
The most common symptom of pulp inflammation is constant throbbing pain.
Many patients describe this as a very discomforting experience that affects daily life, including sleep. Severe cases may present with swelling.
What causes the pain?
Because the dental pulp contains nerves, it is a highly sensitive organ.
A severely decayed or fractured tooth may expose the pulp to the outside environment or bacteria.
This results in intense pain for the patient.
At our practice, we give you the best care and provide a comfortable and painless treatment throughout your appointment.
What is the dental pulp?
The dental pulp is found in the pulp chamber and root canals of teeth. It is a soft tissue that is comprised of nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. A vital tooth depends on the pulp for nourishment.
When the pulp is severely infected, a root canal therapy is carried out to save the your natural tooth. Gone are the days when an infected pulp immediately warrants a tooth extraction. By only removing the dental pulp, we preserve the remaining structure of your teeth.
- Your comfort is our top priority. We will first administer anesthesia to ensure a painless procedure.
- We place a rubber dam to isolate the infected tooth. We do this to ensure safety of the patient and the success of the treatment.
- We create access to the dental pulp by drilling to reach the pulp chamber.
- We remove the infected pulp then the root canals are cleaned and disinfected to prepare for a special filling.
- As mentioned, all cases are unique. We can finish some in one sitting while some need several appointments to drain the infection properly.
- If this is the case, we would place a temporary filling until you come in for your next visit.
- When it is completely disinfected and cleaned, a special filling called a gutta percha is placed inside the canals.
- Then it will be sealed.
- At last, we place a crown to seal it properly. This is important to prevent fracture and guarantee that this operation lasts a long time.
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What does a Root Canal Cost in Sydney?
The cost varies in the same way that no two teeth are exactly alike. The root canal cost also depends on several factors like:
- Position of the oral cavity
- The number of roots/ canals
- The curvature of the roots
- The difficulty of the case
In Sydney Australia, standard laser root canal therapy could start FROM $950 and could range up to $2500 AUD depending on the complexity of the case, the number of roots involved and most importantly, the experience & expertise of the clinician. Our practice have partnered with companies so that you could pay as you go with no financial stress!
Yes – We offer payment plans!
Our doctors are highly experienced – Give us a call, our friendly clinicians will advice you on the most suitable & appropriate treatment plans as well as payment plans to arrange the perfect method personalised for you.
What are the Payment Plans available?
Thinking about applying for a payment plan? Easy, it’s all taken care of at our practice.
Good news is that we’ve partnered with Humm® & Afterpay® so that you can smile now, pay as you please over the period of time that would suit you the best. Imagine getting the treatment from only $35/week Interest-Free always! Yes, it’s that simple, and there is nothing more to pay for.
NOTE: Humm® & Afterpay® are completely INTEREST-FREE! Feel free to ask our friendly staff for help setting it up for you!
Don’t let cost stop you from smiling – We are always here to give you a hand.
Have you had root canal done before?
Patients that have had a laser root canal therapy done in the past & present with a re-infection should expect an increased rate because of the complexity of redoing the case.
Patient satisfaction & safety are always our predominant concerns. If the success of the treatment is questionable, we may suggest extraction and dental implants instead.
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How long will the treated teeth last?
There is no specific assurance for how long teeth that have been could last. Patient compliance coupled with our expertise can make it last a long time. This requires the patient commitment to regular dental check-ups to maintain a healthy oral condition. Feel free to contact us for more info!
What happens after my appointment?
Finally, the most ideal restoration method would be a crown. This would ensure the previously infected area is sealed from further infection and it also serves as a strong protective layer to avoid fracture.
If you have questions regarding root canal pain or treatments, the procedure, contact us at 02 8331 6677. Book your next dental appointment with us & experience outstanding dentistry under the skilled hands of our specialists & staff in the heart of Sydney CBD.