Root canal treatment is required when the nerve/blood supply of the tooth is infected. This can be due to a decay or form in injury.
What will we do for you?
Once we have used a local anaesthetic to numb that area (and yes, you will not feel anything!), we will remove the entire infection. A root canal treatment is usually done in 3 sessions: first session is to completely remove the infection, then a temporary filling will be placed. At the second and third session, your dentist will continue to check the areas progress and finally cement a permanent filling!
If you have any enquiries about this, do contact us.