Endodontics Newcastle, NSW

Honeysuckle Dental and endodontic care

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Symptoms which may indicate endodontic treatment:

7 signs that can indicate that you may require root canal therapy:

  • You experience spontaneous pain in your mouth
  • Your teeth feel sensitive when consuming hot and cold drinks or foods
  • You experience pain while biting or chewing
  • You notice that one or more of your teeth feels loose
  • The gum near the affected tooth appears to be swelling
  • There is pus surrounding the affected tooth
  • You have facial swelling

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, we recommend that you organise for a consultation with the expert team at Honeysuckle Dental. By addressing your dental issues quickly, you can strive to ensure that issues do not turn into major dental complications.

Virtually Pain free dental treatments

We offer a range of pain management options to help you achieve a healthy and beautiful smile comfortably and virtually painlessly where possible.

Once our dental professionals have identified the necessity for root canal therapy, we will walk you through the process of your treatment to help ensure you feel comfortable and at ease.

Endodontics at Honeysuckle Dental Newcastle

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What is endodontic surgery?

Endodontic surgery is a procedure aimed at the pulp of a tooth. In most cases, endodontic surgery refers to root canal therapy. Root canal therapy is treatment for the infected or damaged pulp of a toot, which aims at eliminating infection and offering protection for the decontaminated tooth from future microbial invasion.

An endodontist is a dentist who specialises in the study and treatment of dental pulp. The word endodontic comes from the Greek word’s “endo” (meaning inside) and “odont” (meaning tooth).  All dentists are trained in diagnosis and endodontic therapy; however, some teeth can be especially difficult to diagnose and may require a specialist.