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A root canal involves taking out the root of the tooth, cleaning and then filling with a material that helps prevent any further infections. The purpose is to allow the tooth, without a living nerve, to remain in the mouth without pain. It is always preferable to save a tooth than to place an implant and crown if possible, as there is nothing stronger and better than your own natural teeth. 

Regular dental check-up attendance is vital to minimise the risk of root canals occurring and potential loss of teeth.

After a root canal is complete, a restoration is required, such as, a CEREC crown or white filling.

For more information on our CEREC crowns please click here.

For more information on our white fillings please click here.

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