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What is a root canal procedure?

Root canal procedures, or endodontics, is a treatment for the inner pulp of the tooth. They are performed to save teeth from extraction. The dentist or endodontist, a root canal specialist, cleans out the decayed or damaged pulp without breaking the exterior of the tooth root. The cleaned root canal is filled with a bio-compatible rubber-like material called gutta-percha. They are also performed for patients with damaged teeth caused by accidents or fractures. The procedure takes one to two hours to complete.

What are the types of root canal procedures?

Primary root canal treatments are performed using stainless steel files. Stainless steel files could remove only a small amount of infection and could easily break. The more advanced and flexible nickel titanium files do not break easily and are able to clean the entire infected area easily. Rotary instruments used to clean the root canal are quicker than manual instruments. Other advanced root canal procedures make use of ultrasound or laser to effectively clean the root canal.

Is a root canal procedure painful?

Root canal procedures are performed under local anaesthetic. Patients will not feel pain during the procedure.

What is the recovery time after having a root canal procedures?

Patients take about three days to recover after a root canal procedure. Some patients require a week to recover from a root canal procedure.

When can I travel by air after a root canal procedure?

It is safe to travel by air one day after a root canal procedure. Patients should check with their dentist before embarking on their journey. If they feel pain or discomfort, they should postpone their journey until it abates.

What care is required after a root canal procedure?

Patients should take all prescribed medications correctly. They should not eat until the anaesthetic wears off. They should not eat or drink very hot or very cold food for at least a week. They should avoid eating hard food or sticky food. If swelling occurs they should sleep with their head raised for a few days to bring it down.

What are the alternatives to root canal procedures?

Alternatives to root canal procedures include extractions and pulp capping procedures.

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St Peters Square Dental Surgery - Dental Clinic in IrelandFeatured

St Peter's Square Dental Surgery

(01) 901 0176 ext: 11921 7A St.Peter’s Square, Beside Boots Farmacy, Phibsboro Road, Dublin, D07KW44
5.0 from 25 verified reviews
The staff were friendly and I was seen to immediatelyJulie, Ireland, 21 08 23

I needed a panoramic X-ray, which was easy to arrange. The staff were friendly and I was seen to immediately.

Root Canals
Root Canal Front Teeth from €400
Root Canal Premolars from €450
Root Canal Molars from €500
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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 7 users
8.1
DentiCaredublin - DentiCaredublinFeatured

DentiCaredublin

63 North Strand Road Dublin 3, Dublin
DentiCareDublin, situated in Dublin, Ireland, is a top-tier dental clinic renowned for its comprehensive range of services, including teeth whitening, inlay, and onlay procedures. They specialise in providing quality dental implants and zirconia crowns promptly and affordably. Prospective clients are encouraged to reach out for a complimentary consultation to experience firsthand why DentiCareDublin is recognized for offering the most economical dental crown options in Dublin.
Root Canals €399 - €599
Our dentists can perform root canal treatment to stop the infection from spreading and will preserve as much of your tooth as possible. Using specific techniques and advanced equipment, you will receive a local anaesthetic and the treatment overall should feel no different to having an ordinary filling placed. The aim of the treatment is to remove all infection from the root canal. The root is then cleaned and filled to prevent any further infection. A temporary filling is put in and the tooth is left to settle.The tooth is checked at a later visit and when all the infection has cleared, the tooth is permanently filled. Root canal treatment is a skilled and time-consuming procedure and most courses of treatment will involve two or more visits.  To keep your mouth in tip top shape we recommend you come in for regular hygiene appointments and dental check-ups. Is it painful?Today root canal treatment is as comfortable as getting a filling. With advanced local anaesthesia options and techniques it shouldn’t be painful.  Although pain can be experienced, this is because of the infection in the tooth. Pain isn’t caused by the root canal treatment. I’m not feeling any pain, so I don’t need a root canal treatment.Your dentist will see and advise you if the pulp of your teeth is damaged or infected. If this is the case you will need root canal treatment. You may end up with the teeth needed to be extracted.
Teeth Whitening from €79
Laser Teeth Whitening is the most usual method of tooth whitening. Your dentist will be able to tell you if you are suitable for the treatment. Using a mouthpiece all of your teeth would be exposed to make it easier for the gel and light to work. After this a whitening gel will be applied to your teeth. Then a light or laser is shone on the teeth to activate the chemical. The light speeds up the reaction of the whitening product and the colour change can be achieved more quickly.
Teeth Cleaning with PRSI Free from €90
Your teeth are continually bathed in saliva which contains calcium and other substances which help strengthen and protect the teeth. While this is a good thing, it also means that we tend to get a build-up on the teeth over time. If the tartar is allowed to accumulate on the teeth it will unfortunately provide the right conditions for bacteria to thrive next to the gums. If plaque is allowed to build up, the bacteria in it can cause gum disease, making your gum bleed, sore and infected. The purpose of the cleaning and polishing is to leave the surfaces of the teeth clean and smooth so that bacteria are unable to stick to them and you have a better chance of keeping the teeth clean during your regular home care. What is a dental hygienic cleaning? Dental hygienic cleaning removes tartar (mineralized plaque) that may develop even with careful brushing and flossing, especially in areas that are difficult to reach in routine tooth brushing. The treatment includes tooth scaling and tooth polishing and debridement if too much tartar has accumulated. This involves the use of various instruments or devices to loosen and remove deposits from the teeth. Does it hurt to have your teeth cleaned? Most people find that cleanings are painless and feeling some tickling vibrations, the cooling mist of water, and the feeling of pressure during “scraping” – do not cause discomfort. A lot of patients even report that they enjoy cleanings and the lovely smooth feel of their teeth afterwards. How long does the treatment take? This treatment takes approximately. 20-30 minutes.PRSI Treatment Free no additional cost 
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Outstanding
from 141 users
9.0
Freedom Dental - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Freedom Dental

8a O'Connell Street Upper, Dublin, Dublin 1
5.0 from 3 verified reviews
I've recommended to all my friendsMaria, Ireland, 10 07 20

All the staff are really nice, the dentist really caring. I've recommended to all my friends.

Root canals €350 - €550
Premolar Root Canal  
Molar Root Canal  
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Excellent
from 103 users
8.3
ArtMedica - Dental Clinic in Ireland

ArtMedica

6 John Street North, Smithfield, Dublin
4.9 from 6 verified reviews
Professional and friendly staffAlla, Ireland, 01 02 22

Thank you for your service. Excellent as always. Professional and friendly staff.

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Premolars from €350
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Very Good
from 7 users
7.4
Grand Canal Dental Clinic - Dr James Tarpey

Grand Canal Dental Clinic

8 Grand Canal Street Upper, Ballsbridge, Dublin, Dublin 4
4.7 from 4 verified reviews
The standard of care I received was second to noneCiaran, UK, 08 02 23

I was in agony over Christmas with a deep cavity in one of my back molars. I booked in to see a local dentist in Sutton and they advised an extraction was needed. They tried to pull the tooth but it was excruciating as the anaesthetic did not take. I could not go through with the extraction. Having previously undergone a root canal at Grand Canal Dental and experienced no pain, I booked an appointment with Dr. Tarpey in the hope that he could remove the tooth with minimal pain and he did not disappoint! I experienced no pain during or after the extraction. The standard of care I received was second to none. Can't recommend Grand Canal Dental enough.

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Dentist Consultation  
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Very Good
from 10 users
7.4
Northbrook Clinic - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Northbrook Clinic

15a Northbrook Road, Ranelagh, Dublin, Dublin 6
4.5 from 1 verified review
The Northbrook Clinic is a long established specialist referral dental and medical clinic.  The following specialists are based here; Mr Cliff Beirne (Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon), Dr Veronique Coleman (Periodontist), Dr. William Fenlon (Paediatric Dentist), Dr John Lawlor (Orthodontist), Dr John  Lordan (Endodontist), Dr. Maire McLoughlin (Consulant Psychiatrist and Family Therapist), Dr Aifric Ni Chaollai (Paediatric Dentist), Dr. Maghnus O'Donnell Orthodontist), Mr Colin Riordan (Consultant Plastic Surgeon) and Dr Niall O'Leary (Prosthodontist). The clinic specialises in the following: braces, root canal treatments, children's dentistry, dentures, crowns, implants, gum disease treatments, oral surgery and cosmetic surgery.   The clinic also houses a state of the art x-ray facility. 
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