Root Canal in Milton Keynes

When the inside of your tooth becomes infected or damaged, you may require a root canal in Milton Keynes – but don’t worry, our award-winning team have got you covered.

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What Are Endodontics?

Endodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of the dental pulp and tissues surrounding the roots of a tooth. A root canal procedure is one of the most common treatments performed in endodontics to save a severely decayed or infected tooth.

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When Is Endodontic Treatment Required?

Endodontic treatment, such as a root canal, is required when the dental pulp, which contains the nerves and blood vessels inside the tooth, becomes infected or damaged. This can be extremely painful and can occur due to:

  1. Deep decay
  2. A cracked tooth
  3. Trauma
  4. Repeated dental procedures on the same tooth

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What Is Involved In Tooth Canal Treatment?

Phase 1: Pulp Removal

During your tooth canal treatment in Milton Keynes, our skilled endodontist will carefully remove the infected or damaged dental pulp. This step is crucial to eliminate the source of infection and alleviate any associated pain or discomfort.

Phase 2: Canal Cleaning and Disinfection

After the pulp removal, the next step is to clean and disinfect the root canals. Our endodontist in Milton Keynes will use specialised tools and solutions to thoroughly clean the canals, removing any remaining bacteria and debris. This helps prevent reinfection and promotes healing.

Phase 3: Canal Filling

Once the canals are cleaned and disinfected, they are filled with a biocompatible material called gutta-percha. This material seals off the canals, preventing bacteria from re-entering and causing further infection. The gutta-percha is placed in a way that ensures a tight and secure seal.

Phase 4: Dental Crown Placement

After the root canal treatment, a dental crown is typically placed on the treated tooth. The crown provides optimal protection, restores the tooth’s functionality, and enhances its appearance. The crown will be custom-made to match the shape, size, and colour of your natural teeth, ensuring a seamless and natural-looking result.


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What Our Patients Say About Us

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28 APRIL 2023

After a successful root canal treatment, we offer high-quality root canal crowns that are custom-made to provide optimal protection and restore the natural appearance of the treated tooth. Our experienced team will ensure a precise fit and exceptional aesthetics for your root canal crown in Milton Keynes.

Trevor R.


How do I know if I need endodontic treatment?

You may need endodontic treatment if you experience persistent toothache, sensitivity to hot or cold foods, swelling or tenderness in the gums, or if you have deep tooth decay or a dental injury. Consulting with our endodontist in Milton Keynes will help determine if treatment is necessary.

Is endodontic treatment painful?

Our endodontic treatment in Milton Keynes is performed under local anaesthesia, ensuring that the procedure itself is painless. You may experience some discomfort during recovery, but this can typically be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.

How successful is endodontic treatment?

Our endodontic treatment in Milton Keynes has a high success rate, with most cases resulting in long-term tooth preservation. Success depends on various factors, such as the extent of the infection or damage and the patient’s oral health habits after treatment.

What happens if I don't get endodontic treatment?

If left untreated, an infected or damaged tooth can lead to severe pain, abscess formation, and, eventually, tooth loss. Endodontic treatment is essential for saving the tooth and preventing further oral health complications.

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