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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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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 407 users
8.8
Navan Dental - Navan Dental CentreFeatured

Navan Dental

(01) 901 0176 ext: 63012 28 Trimgate Street, Navan, C15 PA9K
4.9 from 25 verified reviews
I've never been happier with my teethJennifer, Ireland, 27 01 21

Hi, I just got my braces off after a bit longer than a year and a half and I just wanted to say the attention, care and kindness that got put into every appointment I attended was amazing! I've never been happier with my teeth, thanks a million times to Dr Gareth McMorrow, absolutely amazing!!

Root Canals €250 - €450
Root canal treatment (also called Endodontics) is needed when the pulp (nerve) inside your tooth becomes infected through decay or damaged by an injury to your mouth. This infection may spread through the nerve system, which could eventually lead to an abscess, causing a great deal of pain and swelling. If root canal treatment is not carried out, the tooth may need to be taken out. 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 within the nerve system. The root is then cleaned, shaped and filled to try to prevent any further infection. A temporary filling is placed and the tooth is then left to settle. The tooth is checked at a later visit and when all the infection has cleared, the tooth is definitively filled. Root canal treatment is a skilled and time – consuming procedure and most courses of treatment will involve two or more visits.
Incisor Root Canal from €300
Root canal treatment (also called Endodontics) is needed when the pulp (nerve) inside your tooth becomes infected through decay or damaged by an injury to your mouth. This infection may spread through the nerve system, which could eventually lead to an abscess, causing a great deal of pain and swelling. If root canal treatment is not carried out, the tooth may need to be taken out. 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 within the nerve system. The root is then cleaned, shaped and filled to try to prevent any further infection. A temporary filling is placed and the tooth is then left to settle. The tooth is checked at a later visit and when all the infection has cleared, the tooth is definitively filled. Root canal treatment is a skilled and time – consuming procedure and most courses of treatment will involve two or more visits.
Premolar Root Canal from €300
Root canal treatment (also called Endodontics) is needed when the pulp (nerve) inside your tooth becomes infected through decay or damaged by an injury to your mouth. This infection may spread through the nerve system, which could eventually lead to an abscess, causing a great deal of pain and swelling. If root canal treatment is not carried out, the tooth may need to be taken out. 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 within the nerve system. The root is then cleaned, shaped and filled to try to prevent any further infection. A temporary filling is placed and the tooth is then left to settle. The tooth is checked at a later visit and when all the infection has cleared, the tooth is definitively filled. Root canal treatment is a skilled and time – consuming procedure and most courses of treatment will involve two or more visits.
1 more treatment
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 62 users
8.8
Deansgrange Dental Clinic - Dr. Alastair Woods

Deansgrange Dental Clinic

2 Clonkeen Road, Deansgrange, Dublin
4.9 from 26 verified reviews
The hygienist was AMAZING with my sonSandra, Ireland, 13 10 22

Brought my kids to see Rebecca Dental Hygienists yesterday. My 14-year-old has never had any problems going to Dentist so no issues there. My 11-year-old son, however, has autism and high anxiety when it comes to things like doctors, hospitals and dentists. Rebecca was AMAZING with him. She chatted away with him and while my son was sceptical and scared, he let her do one tooth. Rebecca said "you are my boss; you tell me when to stop and I promise only to do one tooth and then we'll take a break". She did exactly that and my son was soon giving her the thumbs up to let her continue. It took a long time to clean his teeth, but Rebecca stayed patient and reassuring - constantly explaining what each tool was, what the different noises were and what she was going to do next - so there were no surprises. She even suggested my son hold a mirror so he could see what she was doing, and this was the winning trick. At the end, my son was so proud of his super clean teach and is looking forward to going back again. I know this may seem like "doing her job" but honestly her understanding and accommodation of his needs was exceptional. When re-booking for 6 months' time, Rebecca ensured my son would be back with her (continuity is so important for him) and even booked a longer session so that she could go at my son's pace. And even though she didn't need to, she was as reassuring and thorough with my 14-year-old. I could not recommend Rebecca highly enough.

Root Canals
Front Tooth €550 - €650
Side Tooth from €550
Back Tooth from €650
25 more treatments
ServiceScore
Outstanding
from 134 users
9.6
St Peters Square Dental Surgery - Dental Clinic in Ireland

St Peter's Square Dental Surgery

7A St.Peter’s Square,beside Boots Farmacy, Phibsboro Road, Dublin, D07KW44
5.0 from 17 verified reviews
The dentist's positive attitude toward patients is praiseworthyMarina, Ireland, 10 11 22

I want to take this time and say thank you to an amazing dentist and her team. I've known Dr.Ioana for many years now. I feel lucky every time I come in for an appointment because you are just that amazing at what you do. I have to admit that I was terrified about getting a root canal done. But I wouldn't trust any other dentist and will never forget your kindness during my treatment. The way you provide treatment for your patients can never be compared to anyone else. Your positive attitude toward patients is praiseworthy. You are so approachable, easy-going, and understanding of the needs of your patients. You are simply the best dentist in the world. Thank you so much for providing me with such exceptional care.

Root Canals
Root Canal Front Teeth from €300
Root Canal Premolars from €350
Root Canal Molars from €400
19 more treatments
ServiceScore
Outstanding
from 90 users
9.3
Phoenix Dental - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Phoenix Dental

The Village Centre, Rathborne, Ashtown, Dublin 15
4.7 from 27 verified reviews
Everyone at the clinic is very helpfulIlgin, Ireland, 29 07 17

I had a consultation and cleaning. Everyone at the clinic is very helpful!

Root Canals  
Dentist Consultation  
Dental Crowns from €700
16 more treatments
ServiceScore
Outstanding
from 164 users
9.2
Square Dental Practice - Your smile means the world to us

Square Dental Practice

Medical Center, Level 3, The Square, Tallaght, Dublin 24
4.7 from 8 verified reviews
I was very impressed and will not hesitate to recommend them to all my friends and familyTom, Ireland, 02 08 22

Hi. I had a tooth extraction carried out last Friday in the Square Dental and I can honestly say that the two ladies (Receptionist and Dentist were most professional and yet at the same were very friendly an most informative). Like a lot of people I am not very comfortable when it comes to dentistry but these 2 ladies made feel very much at ease and the extraction was carried out in no time and with no fuss or pain. I was very impressed and will not hesitate to recommend them to all my friends and family. Thank you again, Tom- Old Bawn.

Root canals from €400
Dentist Consultation from €40
Dental Crowns from €800
28 more treatments
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 154 users
8.5
Eyre Square Dental Clinic - Dr. Eoin Fleetwood

Eyre Square Dental Clinic

1st Floor 1 Prospect Hill, Eyre Square, Galway
4.8 from 13 verified reviews
Welcome to Eyre Square Dental.   We would be delighted to have you join our practice and look after your dental needs.  From simple to complex treatment, our dentists have a combined 32 years experience looking after our patients - both nervous and confident.  Our hygienists have a combined 28 years experience and Yolande is Kin Hygienist of the Year.  Please call if you have any questions, our team won the Galway Chamber of Commerce award for Customer Service and you will be well looked after.   We look forward to seeing you soon. 
Root canals €550 - €650
When a deep cavity, decay or crack destroys the protective layers of enamel and dentine on your tooth, the hollow space within your tooth which contains the nerve tissue, is exposed to the bacteria in your mouth. This can result in inflammation, infection and death of the nerve tissue (pulp). During a root canal procedure a hole will be made in the top or back of your tooth to access the nerve tissue. X-rays and electronic instruments are used to determine the length of the canals. After the canals have been measured, your dentist will use specially designed nickel titanium instruments to clean out the diseased pulp. When the pulp has been removed, the canal is cleaned with an antiseptic solution, which helps to treat the source of the infection. Once the canals have been thoroughly cleaned and the dentist has made sure that the infection has been removed, the roots are sealed using the most up to date methods. A temporary filling is then placed to cover the new root filling. The crown of the tooth should then be restored with a permanent filling or crown as soon as possible.
Dentist Consultation €70 - €100
Dental Implants from €2500
A dental implant is an artificial substitute or replacement for the root portion of your natural tooth and is anchored into your jawbone to support a crown or bridge.  Implants are made are made from titanium, a material that is well tolerated by bone and which integrates easily with bone tissue.
14 more treatments
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