Don’t let the pain of a dental abscess take over your
life. If the infection can no longer be treated by
antibiotics, then it might be time to repair your
damaged tooth with our straightforward root canal
treatment in Warwickshire.
Our Leamington Spa dentists have the skill and expertise required to administer this treatment with as little pain and discomfort as possible. By getting rid of any bacteria and dead nerves, we can seal the tooth and let the infection start the healing process. Our root canal procedures in Warwickshire are highly successful and can significantly improve your quality of life by stopping severe toothaches and decay. Many patients prefer this treatment because it preserves the natural structure of the tooth, as opposed to removing the tooth and replacing it with an implant, bridge or denture.
If you are suffering from pain due to a large cavity, contact us right away to seek root canal treatment in Leamington Spa. If left untreated, the pain may go away over time – but this only means the rotting tooth has died and the infection will eventually come back. In serious cases, the infection may spread to other parts of the body and lead to severe systemic health issues. Don’t let a simple cavity put your health at risk! Book an appointment with Andrew Lee Dental Practice in Warwickshire today.
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Root Canal FAQs
Root canal surgeries aren’t always successful and may lead to further infections. This usually happens if the root canals are very complex and difficult to treat. If this happens, the patient has a choice between undergoing the surgery again or extracting the infected tooth.
In most cases, patients require only a few days to recover from a root canal surgery. After the treatment, you may feel some irritation or soreness for the first 24 to 48 hours. To combat this pain and soreness, our dentists may recommend over-the-counter pain medications.
The surgery usually takes around one and a half hours to complete, but it may take longer for more complicated cases. It may be performed over one or two visits. In these cases, the first appointment will involve removing the infected part of the tooth and the second appointment will revolve around fitting the crown and completing the restoration.
The pain associated with root canal is caused by the source of the infection itself. The root canal surgery should not be uncomfortable, but our specialists can use local anaesthesia to ensure there is no significant pain during the procedure.
With most cases, root canal surgery is carried out successfully without the loss of any teeth. It is a complex dental procedure and the result varies from patient to patient. If you would like a specific or improved outcome, you can ask for a referral to a private specialist.