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Root Canal Treatment

Specialist endodontic treatment to save teeth internally damaged by infection or decay.

Prices from £835

Root Canal Treatment, Islington, North London

If you’re looking for a highly-rated, affordable dental clinic for specialist root canal treatment in Islington, North London, we can help.

Our Endodontist, Dr Sanjay Ardesna (GDC No. 67131), is highly experienced and an Honorary Clinical Teacher at the renowned Eastman Dental Hospital in London. He has successfully saved and restored the teeth of many patients and is adept at treating even the most complex of cases.

Choose us and benefit from:

Our root canal treatment prices

Treatment Cost (from) Members
Consultation
£150
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Incisor
£850
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Premolar
£835
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Molar
£900
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Post removal
£150
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Surgical Endodontics (per tooth)
£735
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Supplemental for re-treatment
£150
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FINANCE AVAILABLE

Example: Root canal treatment from £17.38 per month (premolar)

Please visit our finance page for further details

Meet our experienced endodontic specialist

Dr. Sanjay Ardeshna Endodontist

Dentist

GDC Number: 67131

Specialist endodontics to save natural teeth

Endodontic treatment (commonly referred to as root canal treatment) is used to save and restore natural teeth that have become internally infected. The pulp tissues within teeth consist of a complex network of nerves and blood vessels that are susceptible to infection if exposed to bacteria and decay.

If specialist intervention is not sought, the condition is likely to progress and result in the tooth being extracted. There is also a risk of infection spreading to nearby teeth and causing additional issues.

Thankfully, effective root canal treatment can save affected teeth in most cases, restoring their appearance and function.

The benefits of root canal treatment:

How it works

Root canal treatment FAQs

What causes root canal infection?

Root infection is most typically caused by bacteria entering the internal parts of the tooth and impacting the tissues and nerves that make up the dental pulp. This can be as a result of decay, a leaking filling, or an accident/trauma.

How do I know if I have a root canal infection?

Symptoms can vary, though the most common indications are:

  • Sensitivity to hot and cold foods/drinks
  • Pain when biting and chewing
  • Swollen gums
  • Enamel discolouration
  • Tooth looseness
  • Bad breath
How long should a repaired tooth last?

In the majority of cases, successful root canal treatment can prolong the life of a tooth for approximately 10-15 years. A good oral hygiene regime and regular visits to the clinic for check-ups and hygiene appointments can extend longevity, potentially as long as a lifetime.

Is the treatment painful?

Many people associate the idea of root canal treatment with anxiety and discomfort. Thanks to the latest techniques, however, the reality is far less intimidating.

We use highly effective local anaesthetics for the majority of our root canal treatments to keep discomfort to an absolute minimum. Some mild sensitivity may be experienced after the procedure, though this can be reduced by taking over-the-counter painkillers.

What if I am particularly anxious?

We offer excellent sedation services for patients who are nervous about their procedure. Please discuss the options with one of our team prior to your appointment.

Will the newly restored tooth need special care?

Following treatment, it is important to avoid biting or chewing with the affected tooth until it has been safeguarded against external pressures. This can be achieved through either a durable lab-made restoration or by wearing a protective nightguard.

We highly recommend that all patients maintain proper daily oral hygiene habits, such as flossing and brushing.

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