Professional Root Canal Treatment in London
Root canal treatment is used when the nerve of a tooth has been damaged by decay (cavity) or trauma which has resulted in damage to the nerve of the tooth. Cosmo Dental Centre in London specializes in giving our patients pain and stress-free root canal treatment. Root Canal Treatment is a painless procedure and can be performed under local anesthesia. Root canal treatment seldom requires sedation. Give us a call if you are experiencing spontaneous, lingering, and throbbing tooth pain to get immediate attention for pain control and relief using root canal treatment to save the tooth.
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How Root Canal Treatment Is Done?
At Cosmo Dental Centre, London, we use a good local anesthetic technique to provide a pain-free root canal treatment.
The diseased pulp is removed during a root canal procedure to relieve discomfort and return the tooth to its natural functioning. The interior of the tooth is cleansed and a filling substance is applied. This shuts and seals the pulp chamber, which was formerly home to the tooth's nerve tissue and blood arteries. When root canal treatment is completed properly, the tooth will no longer be sensitive or painful and will be totally functioning.
Cosmo Dental Centre provides root canal treatment to patients of all ages. Our staff has a plethora of expertise in assisting patients, particularly youngsters, in being calm and comfortable. Leave it to us when you need help getting your children to settle down for treatment.
How to Take Care of Your Teeth after a Root Canal?
A root canal involves more than just removing diseased tissue. It is essential that you get expert assistance from your dentist to help safeguard your teeth in the future. Consider the following suggestions:
Only eat soft foods right after the treatment
Brush your teeth twice daily
Floss at least once a day
Limit your intake of sugary foods and beverages
Schedule regular dental check-ups and cleanings