Root Canal Treatment Birmingham

If you’re experiencing tooth pain or have concerns about a tooth infection, schedule an appointment with us to discuss if root canal treatment is the right option for you.

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    Root Canal Treatment Birmingham

    If you’re experiencing tooth pain or have concerns about a tooth infection, schedule an appointment with us to discuss if root canal treatment is the right option for you.

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      What Is Root Canal Treatment?

      Root canal treatment, also known as endodontics, is a procedure designed to save a tooth that has become infected. The inner part of your tooth, called the pulp, contains nerves and blood vessels. If this pulp becomes infected due to decay, trauma, or other causes, it can cause pain and swelling.

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      How is the procedure performed?

      • Anaesthesia: Your dentist will numb the area around the tooth to ensure your comfort during the procedure.
      • Accessing the pulp: A small opening is made in the crown of the tooth to access the pulp chamber.
      • Removing the infected material: The infected pulp, nerves, and bacteria are carefully removed from the root canals.
      • Cleaning and shaping the canals: The root canals are thoroughly cleaned and shaped for proper filling.
      • Filling the canals: A special material is used to fill and seal the cleaned and shaped root canals.
      • Restoring the tooth: In most cases, a crown is placed on the treated tooth to restore its strength and function.

      When is root canal treatment needed?

      Persistent tooth pain

      This is one of the most common signs of a root canal infection. The pain may be constant or come and go. It can be sharp or dull and may worsen when you chew or bite down.


      An abscess is a pus-filled pocket that forms at the tip of the tooth’s root. This can be quite painful and requires a dentist’s attention as soon as possible.

      Tooth loss

      An infected tooth may become loose due to damage to the bone supporting it and the tooth may eventually need to be extracted.

      Benefits of Root Canal Treatment

      Saves your natural tooth

      By removing the infection and preserving the tooth structure, a root canal allows you to keep your natural tooth, which is important for chewing, speaking, and your overall facial appearance.

      Natural Beauty Booster

      Stained teeth can be a confidence drain, but good oral hygiene can keep your smile sparkling naturally. By removing plaque and food particles that cause discolouration, you maintain the pearly white beauty of your teeth. Smile with confidence knowing your oral hygiene routine is working wonders!

      Investing in Your Overall Health

      Good oral hygiene is a long-term investment in your smile. By preventing cavities and gum disease, you reduce the need for expensive dental procedures like fillings, crowns, or even extractions.

      Why Choose Manor House Dental?

      For over 40 years, our friendly team has been creating a warm and welcoming environment where you can relax and trust you’re in good hands. We’re dedicated to providing exceptional dental care, using the latest technology to ensure accurate diagnosis and comfortable procedures. Whether you need a routine checkup or specialised treatment, your smile is our top priority.

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      Sunflower Queen
      Sunflower Queen
      I have been visiting this dentist for many years and can honestly say the dentist Dr Farideh and her team are wonderful. They really look after you while you are there and they explain everything clearly Thank you Manor House Dental
      Tom Abel
      Tom Abel
      I decided to move from nhs to private treatment as I had a very bad experience where the dentist could not remove my tooth. Dr Feridah has been excellent and really helped calm my nerves. Dr Fereeba did an amazing job and seemed to remove the tooth with ease. All the staff go above and beyond and I would highly recommend this practice.
      Asif hussain
      Asif hussain
      Started my journey with Manor House dental interested in invisalign. I was swiftly booked by Jaz to have a consultation with Dr Farideh and the rest became history. Fast forward a few months and many regular check ups I have finally been able to CONFIDENTLY smile again. The whole process is guided with expert care and regular milestones are established to ensure treatment is on track. Could not be more impressed or recommending of their services. I was so happy with their care I opted to also have bonding done with them too! Honestly could not fault the team one bit, a big thank you to you all for allowing me to reclaim a smile I can show off to the world!!
      Tanya Akhtar
      Tanya Akhtar
      I’ve had Farideh as my dentist ever since I have been a child and I have noticed her amazing work ethic as she works so hard to be the best & she certainly is! She does more than what she needs to do to ensure I have the best dental care possible. The receptionists are also extremely helpful and will cater to your needs & wishes. Forever appreciative, thank you so much for everything!
      Katie L
      Katie L
      10/10 dental surgery. I’ve been having treatment for around 8-9 months, braces, dental bonding which basically involved dentist totally rebuilding my teeth by hand - a smile makeover for my very damaged misaligned teeth. From my first appointment I was very happy - Dr Arshad is a total professional and incredibly good at what she does, I’m also very anxious and she is so friendly she puts me at ease every time. Her assistant (apologies I can’t remember his name, possibly Amar? Or Amir? Is also fab, they really do work very hard. All the other staff are lovely, Jas & Roobee are so welcoming and accommodating, after all this time I feel at home when I visit. I come from the other side of the city, and I’ll always be a patient. Thanks so much Manor House dental 🙏
      Kath Swann
      Kath Swann
      Can't fault the surgery In anyway. The front desk, dentist and hygienist are all so lovely and professional, this is coming from someone who has a bit of a fear of dentists and I wouldn't go anywhere else! Highly recommend.
      Reece Copestick
      Reece Copestick
      Great dentist phoned up this morning the receptionist managed to get me in within hours. Polite friendly and would definitely recommend.
      Root Canal FAQS
      After your root canal treatment, you should practise excellent oral hygiene to protect your tooth for the rest of your life. Brush your teeth twice a day, floss, reduce your sugar intake, and drink plenty of water. In addition, make a habit of visiting our dentist regularly to ensure the health of your restored teeth.
      During the procedure, the dentist numbs the area surrounding the tooth and causes no pain at all. Even after a root canal, some discomfort may persist for a few days afterwards. Our dentists do their best to minimise any pain and discomfort during the procedure. We are here for you when you need urgent care no matter what time of day or day of the week it is.
      Although it’s possible to save most teeth with a root canal, sometimes a tooth can’t be saved even if it receives root canal treatment. For example, if the root canals can’t be accessed, the root is severely damaged beyond repair, or there isn’t enough bone to support the tooth. Because of recent advances in the field of endodontics, some teeth that would have otherwise been lost can now be saved. If the endodontic treatment is unsuccessful, surgery may be used to save the tooth.
      In some cases, a root canal may be inadequate due to new trauma, decay, or a loose, cracked, or broken filling that causes a new infection or inflammation. During surgery, the dentist may discover additional narrow or curved canals that weren’t initially detected.

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