Root Canals in Maribyrnong

Illustration of inside of toothThe team at Hampstead Dental provides you with a full suite of services. You’ll have access to everything that we offer when you become a patient at our clinic. We’re proud to serve the needs of all ages in our community.

Anyone can suffer from an infection in a tooth. You may feel pain, or you might not experience any form of discomfort. There’s no need to put off your dental visit. We have the latest technology and equipment to make sure that you can get the root canal you need without having any concerns about the procedure.

What Is a Root Canal?

To understand what is done during a root canal treatment, it’s important to know what the structure of your tooth looks like. The hard, outermost layer is called the enamel. The second layer of a tooth is the dentin. Inside of the dentin, you’ll find the pulp, which is where the blood vessels and nerves are located.

When an infection goes deeply into the tooth and affects the pulp, you’ll start to feel pain, since that is where the nerves are located. If you would like to save your tooth from being extracted, you may be a candidate for a root canal treatment.

What to Expect When Getting a Root Canal

During your root canal procedure, we’ll administer anaesthesia to make sure that you are completely comfortable. Once you agree that you are ready to begin, we’ll clean out the infection from the tooth. With the bacteria removed, we can fill in the area of the tooth to make sure that they can’t reenter and cause a second infection. Finally, you’ll receive a dental crown on top of the weakened tooth to ensure that you can enjoy the full function of your tooth with no concerns about its stability.

Book Your Appointment Today

Don’t delay in getting the care you need. Contact our team now to schedule a consultation for a root canal Maribyrnong! We have same-day visits available and accept health fund cover.

*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.