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Root Canals

Chronic toothache and swellings can be awfully unbearable. In fact, it can distract you from your daily activities like sleep and really sour your mood. If this is the case, then a root canal might be the answer.

Bid that toothache goodbye with a root canal.

You don’t have to suffer terrible toothaches that stop you from functioning well or eating your favorite food. With Battery Hill’s dental root canal therapy, you can sit back, relax, and let our trusted dentists take care of you.

A root canal is a specialized dental treatment also known as endodontic treatment. When your tooth is infected, your only options are a root canal or extraction. A root canal helps you keep your tooth.

Root canal treatment saves your natural tooth so it doesn’t have to be extracted.

Get out of pain
Keep your tooth

A natural tooth equals a natural smile.
Remove tooth pain with a root canal
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Ring us on 07 5358 0413 and speak to our friendly team about a root canal. They can answer any questions you have, and set up a time for you and our dentists.
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Save your teeth. Get a root canal.

Sit back, relax, and let our trusted dentists take care of you.Get this quick, safe, and comfortable procedure to get rid of that awful toothache for good—and save your natural tooth.

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Get answers about a root canal

Do I need a root canal dentist to perform the treatment on me?
While endodontics is a specialty area in dentistry, all dentists at Battery Hill Dental are trained and certified to perform root canal procedures. In complex cases, we will refer you to the endodontist for treatment.
What Happens in a Root Canal procedure?
  1. Your dentist will make an opening from the top of your tooth to the nerve chamber to get to the diseased pulp. All while the tooth is numb so there is no pain.
  2. The diseased nerve, as well as any other damaged tissue, is then taken out.
  3. The root canals is irrigated and medicated.
  4. A temporary filling is placed on the opening of the tooth to protect it until the next procedure.
  5. After a couple of weeks, the temporary filling is removed and the root canal is once again cleaned and filled with a 'root filling' that seals it all up.
  6. Afterward, it is normally recommended to place a permanent crown on your tooth.
Is root canal treatment painful?
Thanks to advances in modern dentistry, root canal therapy is as simple as having a routine filling. You can expect the experience to be comfortable. It just take a little longer then a normal filling appointment.
What are the risks involved in having a root canal procedure?
A root canal, like any medical or dental procedure, can still have some risks such as infection. There may also be rare complications wherein your tooth may need additional treatment or referral to a specialist. We will always discuss risks before you decide if you want to undertake a root canal.