In addition to general and aesthetic dentistry, we also provide endodontics here in Marylebone. This branch of dentistry aids in the treatment of issues with the pulp, the tooth's soft inside that contains the nerve, blood vessels, and connective tissue. These include pain, infection, and abscesses.
Endodontic treatment may be necessary for a variety of reasons, including dental trauma (such as cracks in the tooth), extensive disease, and even issues with crowns and fillings. Endodontics is a vital component of dentistry that can help save the damaged tooth, stop tooth loss, restore the bite and chewing function of the tooth, and boost the patient's confidence.

The Endodontics Process

1. Consultation

A thorough consultation is the first stage in any treatment process with us in Marylebone since it enables us to evaluate your smile, gives us access to your dental history, and ensures that you can discuss your treatment in advance - with no obligations.

2. Treatment

A root canal, which is required when an infection or abscess has grown in or around the tooth, is now commonly referred to as endodontics. The procedure often entails making a tiny access hole in the tooth (or using the cavity as the access point in cases of cavities) to clean and cleanse the interior chamber before filling it. This ought to reduce the risk of re-infection. A follow-up with X-rays may be necessary to verify that the infection has cleared if it has already taken hold.

3. Aftercare

Since we at our dentist clinic are dedicated to providing dental perfection, in our eyes the treatment doesn't finish when we put down our instruments. Avoiding hard foods in the first few days after a root canal procedure is crucial, as is treating any discomfort and sensitivity with over-the-counter medicines. Throughout your stay with us, we will go over aftercare in detail with you.

You shouldn't experience any pain or discomfort during the procedure thanks to the anaesthesia. However, sensitivity can be felt in the days that follow, and in the event of an infection, antibiotics might also be suggested.

If your dentist referred you to our clinic, they would need to administer care to you after we complete your endodontic operation in order to prevent bacterial contamination. Your dentist will hear from our team about this.

In rare circumstances, the restoration can extend the lifetime of your tooth. In other circumstances, additional therapy may be needed, such as when bacteria inside the tooth have spread to the tissues around the root.

Preventative care is preferable to curative care in many dental situations. Because of this, maintaining good oral health habits and going to the dentist regularly are crucial.

The field of endodontics includes procedures including root canal therapy, re-treatment, and endodontic microsurgery. The majority of dentists refer their patients to this specialty area of dentistry; however we can provide it right here at our clinic.


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