The superhero of dental treatments — get to the root of your pain. Fast.

Don’t let fear stop you from

saving your tooth

Does the mere mention of root canal treatment have you breaking into a sweat? We get it. You’ve no doubt heard that root canals hurt. But here’s what you probably don’t know…

Thanks to new technology and top-notch dentistry, any discomfort is minimal. Root canals really are the secret sauce when it comes to saving teeth (and helping you avoid other costly dental treatments down the track!). 

Why put up with pain or infection when there’s a caring, effective and fast fix?

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Put an end to persistent tooth pain — in just one appointment.

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To minimise discomfort and effectively save your natural teeth from destruction.

Before and after

Look at the results of our patients who have come to us
Jenny had an overbite that was corrected with Invisalign standard and took 18 months to correct
Angela had broken down teeth a missing teeth. After crowns, veneers and dental implants to restore her smile.
Angela had broken down teeth a missing teeth. After crowns, veneers and dental implants to restore her smile.
Angela had broken down teeth a missing teeth. After crowns, veneers and dental implants to restore her smile.

Root canal treatment cost

Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment starts from $1600. This includes removing infected tissue (pulp) from inside the tooth, cleaning the root canal, and filling and sealing the tooth to keep further infection at bay.

Within your 1-hour appointment, we’ll get you out of pain and save your smile from gaps!
From $1600
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Save your tooth and your bank balance with our no-deposit, flexible payment options.
We want you to feel completely at ease in the chair and afterwards. This is why we offer stress-free, interest-free payment plans. Plus, we happily accept all major health funds for on-the-spot rebates.
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Say “See ya, dental pain”

in 3 simple steps

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Step 1. Easy online booking
Select a day and time that suits you best. Our friendly and caring staff will ensure you feel relaxed and have you out of pain in no time.
Step 2. Careful cleaning
The damaged pulp is removed, and the tooth canal is cleaned and filled with advanced technology to ensure little discomfort.
Step 3. Stop pain, save your smile
In most cases you can get out of pain and on with life (with a winning smile!) in just the one appointment.

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Got a question about root canal treatment?

What is root canal treatment?

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure to remove infected or damaged tissue (AKA pulp) from inside the tooth. A small hole is drilled in the tooth for the pulp to be removed and the canal chamber to be cleaned. The tooth is then filled and sealed to prevent reinfection and further damage.

Depending on the location of the tooth, your dentist may recommend a crown. After root canal treatment the tooth may weaken. Placing a dental crown (a hard covering that looks like a natural tooth) over the tooth offers added protection and allows you to eat hard foods. Crowns are commonly used following root canal treatment on the back teeth, as these take more pressure than front teeth.

The major benefit of root canal treatment is that it can repair and save a damaged or decayed tooth, rather than removing it—which can lead to costly dental work later on.

What dental problems does a root canal treat?

Root canal treatment can be effective in the following instances:

  • Persistent toothache—as this signals a more serious issue, such as infected or damage tissue
  • Dental trauma—a chipped, cracked, or fractured tooth can lead to infection in the root canal
  • Abscess—to stop the spread of infection
  • Tooth decay—cleaning and sealing the tooth can reduce further decay
What are the signs and symptoms you may need a root canal?

Persistent tooth pain is one of the biggest signs that you may need root canal treatment. Other symptoms include:

  • Toothache when biting or chewing
  • Lasting sensitivity to hot or cold foods and/or drinks
  • Darkening of the tooth, which may signal trauma or disease
  • Swollen and tender gums
  • Pus around an infected tooth
  • A loose tooth
  • A knocked-out tooth
Is root canal treatment painful?

Despite the rumours, discomfort is minimal. You’ll actually feel less pain after root canal treatment than before. Plus, you’ve got the peace of mind that you’ve fixed your dental problem. 

During the root canal procedure, anaesthesia is used to numb the area around the tooth, so you won’t feel anything during the treatment. Afterwards, there may be some mild post-procedural discomfort. This can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.

What can I expect after root canal treatment?

Following your root canal procedure there may be some mild swelling and discomfort. You may also experience tenderness around the tooth. It’s best to avoid eating hard or sticky foods, as well as hot or cold foods and drinks for a day or two—just until the swelling and tenderness subsides. 

Follow your dentist’s postoperative instructions. This may include swishing salt water around the mouth a couple of times a day to prevent infection. And don’t forget to practice good oral care by brushing and flossing regularly.

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