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Root Canal Treatment (Including filling)

Cash Price Only - Medical Aid Patients charged at 100% of scheme rate.

  • 45 min
  • Starting from R2500
  • Ubuntu Dental

Service Description

Root canal treatment, often surrounded by myths and misconceptions, is a dental procedure that plays a crucial role in preserving natural teeth and maintaining oral health. As a dentist committed to patient care, I find it imperative to shed light on the numerous benefits of root canal treatment. First and foremost, this procedure is a tooth-saving grace. When the pulp of a tooth becomes infected or inflamed due to deep decay or trauma, a root canal treatment removes the damaged tissue, effectively preventing the need for extraction. Preserving the natural tooth not only maintains the integrity of the smile but also prevents the potential shifting of adjacent teeth, preserving overall oral function. Beyond preventing tooth loss, root canal treatment alleviates pain and discomfort associated with infected dental pulp. Patients often experience significant relief once the infected tissue is removed, allowing them to return to their daily activities with ease. This pain relief is not only immediate but also contributes to long-term oral well-being. Moreover, a successfully treated tooth with a crown or filling can function just like any other healthy tooth. This means that patients can continue to bite, chew, and speak without hindrance, ensuring that their oral functions remain intact. In essence, root canal treatment is a cornerstone in modern dentistry, offering a pathway to preserve natural teeth, eliminate pain, and maintain the overall health of the smile. As a dental professional, I encourage individuals to consider the benefits of this often-misunderstood procedure, recognizing it as a key player in the pursuit of lasting oral health and a confident smile.


Cancellation Policy

To cancel or re-schedule, please contact us the day before the appointment is due.


Contact Details

  • Middestad, Charl Malan Street, Bellville, Cape Town, South Africa


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