Important COVID-19 UpdateMore Info

Dear Valued Aardent Dental Centre Patient, It seems that all we hear and talk about these days is COVID-19(Coronavirus). Nevertheless, we want to reassure you that we are taking extra measures in addition to our usual stringent hygiene practices. The health of our patients, staff and anyone who enters the building is of paramount importance to us. We are taking a multitude of precautions as recommended by the appropriate health authorities (and some of our own). These include,

  • Spacing of waiting room chairs by a minimum of 1.5meters.
  • Removal of magazines, newspapers and children’s toys from the waiting room.
  • Offering patients to wait in their cars if they prefer.
  • Insisting that all people who enter the building use hand sanitiser (provided).
  • Asking all people to practice high levels of cough/sneezing hygiene.
  • Requesting that anyone with a temperature/flu like symptoms contact us and postpone their dental appointment.
  • Regularly sanitising building surfaces like doorknobs etc.
  • Requiring patients for some procedures to rinse with 1% hydrogen peroxide solution (known to kill coronavirus in the mouth).
  • Availability of non-contact body temperature devices for patient screening if the situation escalates.

Please rest assured that we are open for business and able to continue our excellent level of treatment for you.

As you will be aware the situation is ever changing as will be our response. We will endeavour to keep you informed along the way.

Kindest regards,

Richard Williams

and the

Aardent Dental Centre Team

You may have heard horror stories from your parents and grandparents about root canal treatments, but be reassured, dentistry has come a long way since then. Root canal therapy, also called endodontic therapy, is a relatively standard dental procedure performed by dentists to treat decayed, broken, or infected teeth.

A root canal treatment involves removing infected or damaged pulp tissue from the root cavity. The dentist then cleans, disinfects, and fills the cavity with gutta-perch which is a compound made of waxes and resins. After you have had root canal therapy you may need the tooth restored strongly with a crown.

Benefits of root canal therapy:

Prevents Tooth Loss

While some people prefer to have problematic teeth extracted, they are left with gaps between their remaining teeth.

A root canal treatment helps to preserve the natural arrangement of your teeth, leaving your smile and chewing function intact. 

Prevents the Infection Spreading

 If an infected pulp isn’t treated, its bacteria can quickly spread. By treating the infection in the tooth through root canal treatment, your dentist will prevent the infection from spreading to the jawbone or even to the bloodstream.

Several major health issues originate from dental problems, so you mustn’t delay getting root canal treatment for infected teeth. 

It keeps your smile sparkling

A root canal treatment maintains your natural tooth, leaving you with a perfect smile rather than an unattractive gap. Crowns can also be useful in restoring the visual appeal of teeth.

Increases Oral Health

Tooth decay and toothaches cause pain, and in extreme cases, tooth loss. A root canal treatment alleviates this pain and allows the individual to get back to enjoying life.

Once the infected tooth is treated, your overall oral health is boosted. 

An almost Painless Procedure

Like most modern dental procedures, root canals are often virtually painless, making them the preferred choice for major tooth decay and cavities. Most patients walk away with their natural teeth still intact.

You can retain your natural smile through root canal treatment and continue eating the foods you enjoy most. With good dental hygiene and regular check-ups, a root canal treatment can last a lifetime without issues. 

If you have an infection in the pulp of your tooth, the quickest, most pain-free and most affordable option for you is to get a root canal with the help of Aardent Dental Centre. 

Why choose Aardent Dental Centre for your Root Canal Treatment?

We have a team of talented dentists who offer advanced dentistry at our Victoria Park Dental Surgery. From emergency dental services to cosmetic dentistry and more, our experienced, knowledgeable dentists can answer all your questions.

If you have a sore or infected tooth and need to undergo root canal treatment, contact us today.