Root Canal Treatment: Expert Care For Your Dental Health

Transforming smiles, alleviating pain

Welcome to mydentist®,
Your Trusted Partner in Dental Health!

Embark on your journey to dental health with confidence. Our root canal treatment is designed to save your natural teeth, alleviate pain, and prevent the spread of infection, ensuring your oral health and overall well-being.
Our team of dental professionals, including specialist endodontists and experienced general dentists are committed to excellence in root canal treatment. Their expertise ensures that your dental health is in the most capable hands.
Our approach combines expertise, care, and advanced technology for optimal results.

What is Root Canal Treatment?

Root canal treatment, also known as endodontic therapy, is a dental procedure that treats infection at the center of a tooth. It involves removing the damaged area of the tooth, cleaning and disinfecting it, and then filling and sealing it to prevent further infection.
Our patients tell us that their decision to visit us is one the best decisions they’ve ever made. We back this up with more than 40 years of dental success. Our doctors/dentists are certified to provide invisible braces, Invisalign & Reshape. Drop by today. You’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Signs You Might Need a Root Canal

Unsure if you need a root canal? Pay attention to your smile’s signals. Here are key signs indicating it might be time for expert intervention.

  • Persistent toothache
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold
  • Swollen, tender gums
  • Discoloration of the tooth
  • A visible chip or crack in your tooth
  • A persistent tooth infection

Our Approach to Root Canal Treatment

Discover our patient-centred approach to root canal therapy. At mydentist®, we prioritise your comfort and health every step of the way, ensuring a smooth and effective treatment process.

We stay committed to excellence in every aspect of root canal treatment. From initial consultation to recovery, here’s how we ensure the best care for your smile.

Consultation and Assessment

Our experienced dentists will conduct a thorough examination, including X-rays, to determine if root canal treatment is the best option for you.

The Procedure

Our experienced dentists will conduct a thorough examination, including X-rays, to determine if root canal treatment is the best option for you.

Aftercare and Recovery

We provide comprehensive aftercare instructions and follow-up appointments to ensure a smooth recovery and lasting results.

Why Choose mydentist® for Your Root Canal Treatment?

Expert Dental Team

Our team of dental professionals is highly skilled in performing root canal treatments, ensuring the best possible outcomes for our patients.

Advanced Technology

We utilise the latest dental technology for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.

Patient Comfort and Care

Your comfort is our priority. We offer a relaxing environment and pain management options to ensure a stress-free experience.

Affordable and Transparent Pricing

We believe in transparent pricing and offer affordable options without compromising on quality.


Hear from our satisfied patients who have experienced relief and improved oral health through our root canal treatments.
Angelina Andrew
Angelina Andrew
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Hands down the best dental clinic I have ever been to! Dr Cambry is not only gentle, skilled and accommodating, he is also, most importantly, clear and transparent. He explains every issue in detail and makes sure his patients are well-informed in order to make the best decision. The 2 nurses are sweet and kind. All my dental procedures here have been comfortable and satisfying results.
Emily Tray
Emily Tray
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Excellent service and experience at this dental clinic. Both the dentists and even the staff are amazing and attentive. Did my scaling and my boyfriend's root canal treatment there. Will surely return again! Recommend to all!

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Modern techniques and effective anaesthesia make root canal treatments relatively painless. Most patients report that the procedure is no more uncomfortable than having a filling placed.
The length of the procedure depends on the complexity of the tooth and the type of infection, but typically it can be completed in one to two visits, each lasting about 90 minutes.
It’s advised to wait until the numbness wears off before eating to avoid biting your cheek or tongue. After that, you should be able to eat normally, but it’s best to avoid very hard or chewy foods until the tooth is fully restored.
Root canal treatments have a high success rate, with many teeth fixed with a root canal lasting a lifetime. However, the effectiveness can depend on the extent of infection and the quality of care.
The main alternative to a root canal is tooth extraction. However, it’s generally best to keep your natural teeth if possible. Extracted teeth should be replaced with an implant or bridge to avoid shifting of the teeth and jaw problems.
Good oral hygiene practices, including brushing, flossing, and regular check-ups, are essential. Avoid chewing on hard foods with the treated tooth until it’s fully restored with a crown or filling.
In most cases, a tooth that has undergone a root canal will need a crown to protect it from future damage and restore its function.
The cost of a root canal will vary depending on the severity of the problem and which tooth is affected. We provide a detailed estimate after a thorough examination and discuss all available payment options.
Many dental insurance plans cover a portion of the cost of root canal treatment. We recommend checking with your provider for specific details of your coverage.

Similar to adults, children might need a root canal if there is severe tooth decay or an injury that damages the tooth’s nerve. Symptoms can include pain, sensitivity, swelling, and a noticeable change in tooth colour.

Avoiding a root canal can lead to increased pain, the spread of infection to other parts of the mouth or body, and eventually, the loss of the affected tooth.
Immediately after the procedure, it’s best to avoid hot beverages and chewy, hard, or crunchy foods. Once the numbness wears off and your tooth is fully restored, you can return to your normal diet.
With proper care, a tooth that has had a root canal can last a lifetime. The longevity also depends on how quickly you get a crown after the procedure and how well you maintain oral hygiene.
Yes, most people can return to work or school immediately after a root canal. However, you might experience some mild discomfort or swelling, which can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.
A filling is used to repair a small area of decay on a tooth, while a root canal is a more extensive procedure that removes the infected pulp from inside the tooth.
No special preparation is usually needed. It’s recommended to eat a normal meal beforehand and avoid alcohol. If you’re anxious, talk to your dentist about sedation options.
We use advanced technology such as digital X-rays, dental microscopes, and rotary endodontics to ensure precision and comfort during the procedure.
Yes, a tooth with a root canal can still get cavities. Good oral hygiene and regular dental visits are important to prevent decay.