Root Canal Treatment

Root canal therapy is an advanced procedure to save a tooth, which a number of years ago would have been extracted. Root Canal Therapy is normally required when a tooth has died, usually as a result of a large amount of previous decay or trauma.

The typical symptoms are pain and swelling which unless treated will get worse and is known as an abscess. However, sometimes a dead tooth can be completely symptom free and may only be identified on an x-ray. By using very fine and flexible instruments and magnification, the narrow canal inside the teeth can be cleaned of all infected material and shaped to accept a plastic based filling material. This may take a number of visits.

Once the canal system has sealed, a permanent restoration can be placed on top.

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Incisors, canine and premolar teeth from – £395.00

Molar teeth from – £495.00

Should your tooth require re-root treatment, a further £100 will be charged due to the additional work and time required.

All prices are inclusive of x-rays and independent of the amount of appointments and appointment time required.


If your dentist has referred you to Dr Crighton or Dr Geraldes then it is because treating your tooth and saving it is complex. The team will endeavor to save your tooth so that you can keep it for the forseeable future. Once you have visited our offices we will send a letter back to your dentist so that they can see how your treatment has gone and this will allow them to restore the tooth appropriately. Your dentist will follow up in the years to come. However, If you have any problems with the tooth within 5 years please do not hesitate to contact us.