At this stage, local anaesthesia is applied to numb the surrounding area to reduce any pain or discomfort. Your dentist will then use fine instruments to enter the canal to remove the infected pulp and disinfect the canal.
The canal will be packed with a rubber-like material that fills up any spaces so that bacteria is not able to grow in the canal. Steps 1 and 2 can be performed in a single session or separate sessions, depending on the condition of your tooth.
Root canal treatment can be carried out by one of our general dentists or our endodontist (root canal specialist), depending on the complexity of the case. Our endodontist is also happy to provide the following services:
Flexible payment plans of up to 24 months are available.
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Prices for root canal treatment include progress and final x-rays, but exclude the initial x-ray, medications and final filling or crown.
Further subsidies apply for CHAS/MG/PG cardholders.
All prices quoted are before GST. 7% GST is payable at selected clinics and will be added to the charges.