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Our Endodontists are specialists in saving teeth and are committed to helping you maintain your natural smile. They are experts in diagnosing and treating tooth pain. After all treatment options are explored, a root canal treatment may be suggested as the best option for the patient.

Our Specialists

Facts about our Endodontics Department

  • We have 10 Endodontic clinics equipped with the latest dental chairs that have their very own digital x-ray device and microscope.
  • Our Endodontists are highly experienced dentists who believe in ethical treatments to save your natural teeth.
  • We strive to provide pain-free treatment options.

What is the difference between a dentist and an Endodontist?

Teeth have 3 layers, namely: enamel, dentine, and pulp. A dentist primarily treats dental diseases related to the enamel and dentine layers and refers patients to an endodontist (root canal specialist) when a problem reaches the pulp and nerves.

Advanced Technology

Our Endodontists use state-of-the-art technology, such as digital imaging, microscopes, rotary, ultrasonic instrumentation, and fiber optics to treat patients quickly and comfortably.

Why would I need a root canal treatment?

An infection in the pulp of the tooth is normally caused by advanced decay or a deep cavity preparation that is in close proximity to the pulp. A root canal treatment is usually performed to save the tooth, remove all infections caused by the decay, and keep your smile intact. Our Endodontist also gets involved with re-treatment of the root canal if needed or a surgical procedure at the tip of the root. An injury may also cause a tooth pulp to become necrotic, which may require a root canal treatment to save the tooth.

How is a root canal procedure performed?

Our most common referral to our endodontists is for a root canal treatment. The procedure involves:

  • Cleaning of the infected pulp area.
  • Cleaning and shaping the root canal.
  • Relieving pain.
  • Medicating the root canals and stabilizing the infection.
  • Filling the root canals.

The tooth will be lifeless but still functional. A crown will also be required to protect the non-vital tooth.