Advanced Endodontic Care in Birmingham and the West Midlands Area
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If you require specialist endodontic services in Birmingham, West Midlands and beyond, our endodontic practice is here for you. We offer an extensive range of services to treat multiple endodontic conditions.
To get in touch with our experienced endodontists in Birmingham, use our Referrals links (options available for both dentists and patients), our Contact page or alternatively call the practice. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are happy to answer any questions you may have at a time convenient for you.
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Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment involves removing the infected or inflamed pulp from the tooth and replacing it with a filling material.
Endodontic retreatment involves removing existing filling material from a previous root canal and replacing it with new filling material to ensure that the tooth is properly sealed.
Traumatic Dental Injuries
At Shiraz Endodontics, our specialists in Birmingham and beyond are committed to tailoring treatment plans for our patients to help keep their smile.
Treatment of Root Canal
We welcome endodontic referrals from dental practices in the West Midlands area and beyond. Our team of specialists work closely with referring dentists to ensure that their patients receive premium care. We understand that referring a patient to a specialist can be a difficult decision, but we are here to support you every step of the way. Our team is committed to working collaboratively with our referring dentists to ensure the best possible patient outcome.
Frequently Asked Questions about Root Canals
Experiencing tooth sensitivity or discomfort while eating or drinking is not normal. It could be from an underlying dental issue that requires attention. Tooth decay, gum disease, worn enamel, exposed tooth roots, or dental trauma can lead to tooth sensitivity. We recommend speaking with an endodontist. Here, you find the cause of your discomfort and receive appropriate treatment. Prompt evaluation and intervention help reduce the pain and preserve the health of your teeth.
In reality, it’s no more uncomfortable than getting a filling! A local anaesthetic is administered prior to treatment to reduce any discomfort during the procedure. If you need breaks or additional support during treatment, please let the specialist know. After treatment you may experience some discomfort. In the majority of cases this discomfort is managed by taking over-the-counter painkillers. On rare occasions, if there are any signs of fever or swelling, antibiotics may be prescribed. If you have any questions, please contact one of our experienced team members. In case of an out of hours emergency, we provide patients with two of our specialists’ personal mobile phone numbers.
In some cases, a tooth may have a low chance of success with root canal therapy. In these situations, our endodontists may recommend extraction and replacement with a dental implant or bridge. Our team of experts will work with you to develop a tailored treatment plan to meet your needs to help keep your smile.
Some signs indicating that you may need root canal treatment are severe tooth pain, a lingering sensitivity to hot and cold, swelling and/or tenderness of the gums, and darkening or discolouration of the tooth. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is important you seek advice from one of our experienced endodontists in Birmingham. Contact us today to book a consultation.
Endodontists give you specialised expertise in diagnosing and treating dental issues. They use advanced techniques and technology for efficient and comfortable treatment. Their goal is the preservation of teeth through root canal treatments and effective pain relief. Endodontists give your tooth a better chance at long-term survival.
The process begins with a thorough examination and X-rays to assess the tooth’s condition. Endodontists use local anesthesia to ensure comfort during the procedure. The endodontist creates an access point to reach the infected or damaged dental pulp within the tooth. They remove the pulp and clean, shape, and disinfect the canals. The canals are then filled to help prevent reinfection. They then place a temporary filling on the tooth. Finally, your dentist will restore the tooth with a permanent filling.
They specialise in root canals. This involves removing the infected or damaged dental pulp and restoring the tooth’s health. Endodontists receive advanced training beyond a standard dental degree. This enables them to handle complex cases.
The timeline for experiencing the benefits of endodontic treatment varies depending on the case. Patients may start to notice improvements shortly after the completion of the treatment. This can include relief from tooth pain or sensitivity. But, it’ is important to note that some cases may need more time for complete healing and restoration. Your endodontist will guide you on what to expect and any necessary follow-up appointments to track your progress.
What Our Patients Say
I just want to say thank you for making me feel at ease last Friday during my Re-Root Canal. I can’t actually believe how pain-free it was so thank you for getting me through it.
“I would like to apologise for getting a little emotional when I recently attended your practice. I was so grateful and appreciative for all your efforts and the hard work you carried out. You cannot imagine what it means to me. I would like to wish you and your team a very happy, peaceful and prosperous new year. Once again, many thanks and best wishes.”
Overall great experience with Dr. Nida at Shiraz Endodontics. She was very knowledgeable, professional, and explained everything clearly. She did a thorough oral examination on my molar, and I felt at ease during the consultation. The practice itself is conveniently located within Solihull, with onsite car park. I highly recommend Dr. Nida to anyone who needs an endodontist in the Midlands.