024 7668 6690

Root Canal

Root canal treatment is necessary when a large tooth cavity reaches the nerves within a tooth, and consequently becomes infected. This will lead to excessive pain in your mouth or tooth, which can be unbearable.

Our treatment is designed to leave you with minimal pain after the procedure. By removing bacteria and damaged or dead nerves, the tooth can be sealed and the tooth infection can begin to heal. Root canal procedures are highly successful and make the world of difference to how you feel.

If you have a toothache which has become intolerable, don’t hesitate to call us, on 024 76 686 690.

Patient questions

I need root canal surgery will I lose my tooth?

In the majority of cases root canal surgery is successfully carried out without the loss of the tooth. This is complicated dental work and cases vary patient by patient. You can also be referred to a specialist privately for an improved outcome or in some complicated cases you could be referred to the dental hospital for care on the NHS.

Is root canal surgery painful?

Call us now to make an appointment on 024 7668 6690

Root Canal

Call us now to make an appointment on
024 7668 6690

Bhandals smile make over treatments

Revolutionary
Implants

Using the most advanced technology we offer a same day service that helps you smile, chew and speak with confidence again.

Tell me more

Specialist
Orthodontics

As well as increasing confidence we straighten teeth to create beautiful smiles and also improve the health of your teeth.

Tell me more
4 stars

Wisdom tooth removal.

I had my lower wisdom tooth removed. To say that I was a nervous patient was an understatement. The dentist was very understanding and explained the process in stages where I could ask questions. Even though I was really panicking inside the staff had a true sense of calm and the tooth removal was quick and uneventful. I originally wanted sedation but felt confident to go without. The aftercare information was very useful. I experienced a first class service here!

Visited in February 2018. Posted on 18 April 2018