Root Canal Treatment

“A root canal is a treatment used to remove the nerve of the tooth which has become infected.”

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Root Canal Treatment Cork

Root Canal Treatment Cork

What is Root Canal Treatment?

A root canal is a treatment used to save a tooth which is badly decayed or damaged and its nerve supply becomes infected. Infection can spread through the root canal system of the tooth and can eventually lead to an abscess. Once a tooth’s pulp is destroyed, it cannot heal and the only alternative to a root canal treatment is an extraction. The aim of root canal treatment is to remove all the infected nerves and debris from the tooth.


  • Swelling/tenderness of the gum
  • Facial swelling
  • Pain and pressure when chewing / biting
  • Pain and sensitivity to hot and cold
  • Throbbing pain/discomfort of the tooth

Benefits of Root Canal Treatment

A root canal can help remove infection and save the tooth without requiring an extraction.

A root canal and the proceeding filling is usually much cheaper than completely replacing the tooth with an implant or bridge.

After a root canal, you can say goodbye to the toothache you have been suffering from in agony for weeks or months earlier.


"A special word of thanks to you for your all help, advice & expertise. You patiently answered my countless questions & explained the whole process in a way that put me at ease & ensured I knew exactly what to expect with the treatment, which was fantastic."

Jean O Sullivan September 2021

"Maria, I just want to say thanks very much for giving me such straight white teeth. I am delighted with how they turned out and can’t believe it only took 6 months, the time flew.I will definitely be recommending you to my friends. Thanks!"

Joanne O'Callaghan September 2021

"In the 6 months it took to complete my treatment, I was amazed at the final result and how quickly they moved into position. I am very pleased with my results. It’s been practically pain free and unnoticeable."

Sophia Breitkopf September 2021

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