Having a root canal treatment when it is infected can save your tooth and avoid its removal.
Many factors can result in bacteria in your teeth to cause an infection, and it can cause a severe toothache. If the infection remains neglected, there’s a risk of more severe issues that can result in the removal of the tooth.
During the root canal treatment, the bacteria infecting your tooth must be removed. We will give you a local anaesthetic to numb the affected area, and after successful procedure, we will seal the cleaned canal, then place a filling or a crown.
It is essential that you take care of your teeth after the treatment. To avoid your root canal from getting infected, there are several things you can do: