Root Canal Treatment with Expert Specialist Endodontist in Chelsea
Visit our Expert Specialist Endodontist in Chelsea, London, for efficient and effective root canal treatment. We offer private root canal treatment so you can find relief from pain fast.
At our root canal clinic, we have sourced the best materials for our root canal treatments regardless of cost. We use the latest technology to create superior results with our root canal treatments.
If you suspect you need a root canal filling, book your consultation with our root canal specialist in London at our Chelsea clinic today.
Root Canal Treatment at our Chelsea Clinic
We use digital radiography and CBCT 3D imaging to obtain the most accurate 3-dimensional diagnostic imaging results for accurate and precise shaping and filling of the root canals.
During the root canal treatment in London, we aim to make your treatment as swift and pain-free as possible. Book a root canal consultation to learn more.
Our root canal specialists will look after you every step of the way, and we communicate with your dentist for the ideal restoration and long term care of your tooth.
Root canal treatment to remove tooth infection and pain
Root Canal Treatment, also known as Endodontic Treatment, is the treatment of the root canals of a tooth.
The aim of root canal treatment is to remove infection and prevent further pain and fill the root canals to prevent further damage. Therefore, choosing a root canal specialist for your treatment is always recommended.
Where is the root canal?
The root canal is a thin channel that exists in the roots of the teeth. Normally these channels are filled with nerves and blood vessels that supply the tooth.
The root canal system may become compromised (infected and/or painful) and need root canal treatment.
What causes a tooth infection and the need for root canal treatment?
The most common cause of a tooth infection is tooth decay, tooth trauma, or a poorly fitting restoration such as a filling or a crown.
These conditions can cause bacteria to enter the pulp of the tooth. The blood vessels and nerves reside in the pulp of the tooth.
This can become inflamed and begin to die. The dead cells and bacteria progress to form an infection. A root canal specialist is required to remove the infection and prevent further damage.