Treatment

Root Canal Treatment Bowral

Stop dental pain and save your tooth!

Root canal therapy doesn’t have to be a big deal

At The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery Bowral, we make your experience smooth and comfortable. 

When infection or trauma causes a tooth to ‘die’, it could need to be removed.

But if you get treatment in time, you’ll not only feel better, you have much more chance of saving your tooth.

What's root canal treatment?

Tooth decay, gum disease or trauma can cause the innermost part of the tooth, the pulp, to be cut off from its vital supply of nutrients and ‘die’. 

When that happens, you may experience pain and swelling around the tooth, fluids collecting in the gum, or a bad taste in your mouth.  

We can stop the symptoms by cleaning the decayed pulp and replacing it with material that will prevent further infection and nerve pain.

Does root canal treatment hurt?

At The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery, your root canal therapy will be done with gentleness and precision. We use premium materials and the latest techniques to make your experience smooth and comfortable. 

Root canal treatment gets a bad rap, but it’s actually one of the most successful, effective and thorough dental treatments you can have if you want to save damaged teeth, and you may be pleasantly surprised at how low-stress the process is nowadays.

If a dental implant turns out to the best solution for your needs, we can help you achieve a beautiful, natural-looking result right here in Bowral.

What’s the first step?

We are here to help you decide if root canal treatment is the right choice for you.

Why choose The Grand Arcade

Gentle, precise care
in absolute comfort
Up-front & transparent
information on costs
Premium materials
for a predictable outcome

3 steps to help save your tooth

1.

You receive local anaesthetic and the dentist makes a tiny opening in the tooth.

2.

Dr Arora clears away decayed tooth pulp flush out the root canal and fills the canal with new material to protect against future infection

3.

The tiny opening in the tooth is closed over with an invisible tooth filling or dental crown.

Have a question about root canal treatment at the Grand Arcade?