If you have a toothache, extraction is not your only option. Depending on the severity of your case, it is still possible to save a damaged tooth. Our dentist will assess your case and will inform you if root canal treatment is possible.
With high skills, and the latest in rotary root canal instruments any difficult root canal will be easy. We take pride in our work and we are committed in providing you excellent and reliable dental treatment.
There is a general misconception that tooth extraction is the only possible solution for a never ending toothache. There are many other treatment options available for a damaged tooth, including a root canal treatment. Your dentist will be the best person to inform whether you qualify for this treatment.
At Nova Dental, we take immense pride in offering a wide range of dental procedures like root canal treatment, bridges, veneers, crowns, fillings, dental implants, teeth whitening, and dentures, etc. using state-of-the-art equipment.
We are one of the most sought after dental offices for anyone looking to undergo affordable root canal treatment Auckland. We make use of rotary root canal equipment and have employed highly skilled dentists to handle even the most difficult of root canal treatments.
A root canal treatment is generally recommended to save an infected or badly damaged tooth. The procedure usually starts off by removing the infected or damaged tooth pulp. This is then followed by cleaning and disinfecting the remaining tooth, filling it up and then sealing it.
During a root canal treatment, your dentist will take an x-ray to inspect and locate the decayed portion of the tooth. The dentist then proceeds to administer local anesthesia to the area of infection. An opening is then made following which the infected/damaged tooth pulp is removed. The dentist then fills the opened tooth with gutta percha material and seals it with cement. A temporary filling will be used to close the tooth while another visit is scheduled for a permanent filling. A permanent crown is placed on the top of the tooth after a few weeks, completing the root canal treatment.