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 maintain a tooth in function. 

Usually the dentist will evaluate an x-ray and conduct vitality tests before determining if an root canal treatment is required.

Highly-experienced specialists
Clinics equipped with magnification and modern equipment

Root Canal Treatment

A Method To Save The Tooth

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


Vitality Test or Electric Pulp Test (EPT)

- X-ray or CBCT

Sedation or Local Anesthesia (LA)

Rubber Dam Isolation

Root Canal Procedure (1 or 2 visits)

Final Restoration - Crowns / Onlays

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of anaesthetic is used?

Option to have the procedure done under Sedation is available in our setting.

How long does the procedure take?

Generally, a root canal treatment requires single or multiple sessions with each session between 1-90mins.

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.


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