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Benefit from the expertise of our highly rated and experienced root canal dentists in Stretford who offer highly effective, pain free and affordable treatment.
With over 23 years combined extensive dentistry experience, they have helped transform the smiles and oral health for hundreds of patients across Stretford and Manchester.
✓ Excellent prices from £170 – Benefit from some of the most competitive root canal treatment prices around Stretford
✓ Free consultation – Many dentists charge hundreds of pounds but it is free at Riyo Dental
✓ Nervous patient experts – Our highly experienced team pride themselves in ensuring your treatment is as comfortable and painless as possible
✓ 5* Google Rated – We go above and beyond to ensure we exceed patient expectations. As a result of this commitment, we are proud to be the highest rated dentist in Stretford with 50+ 5* patient reviews
✓ Fantastic new clinic – In our unique and modern dental practice, we strive to provide a relaxed and courteous atmosphere as can be seen from the images below
From your family and friends, you may have heard root canal treatment is a painful and terrible experience! We hope to put this urban legend to rest.
Through dental decay, deep fillings or trauma – bacteria can travel into the internal chamber of the tooth known as the pulp. This will effectively damage or ‘kill’ the nerves/blood vessels.
It can cause symptoms such as pain, tenderness and if left untreated can result in abscess/swelling.
The only effective way of getting rid of these bacteria is to carry out root canal treatment. This treatment uses two different mechanisms – using a file and antibacterial solution to dissolve and kill the bacteria.
Once this has been achieved, we aim to fully close the canal space by using a special filling material to stop bacteria from thriving inside the canal once again.
Why will antibiotics not do the job?
You may be thinking that if there is a bacterial infection, why would antibiotics alone not cure the problem? The basic explanation for this is that the bacteria inside the canal are protected and the antibiotics simply CANNOT reach them.
If the infection has spread to around your tooth, into the supporting structures or further afield, then antibiotics may be appropriate as part of a broader treatment plan. This will always depend on the judgement of the dentist following detailed history and examination.
Treatment with antibiotics alone will almost always ensure a return of the infection as the causative tooth has not been managed.
“Had to have a root canal after a week of hospital visits and very poor care, spoke to the lovely jabir and he said he could do it that evening. Have never been treated so respectfully and with such kindness and compassion, was quite nervous when I first arrived!
Cannot recommend this practice enough, lovely premises and superb care . Thank you all so much!”
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