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Patients: How to find us?
Cedars Endo is located on Church Road opposite Rectory Lane in the heart of Windlesham. Surrey.
Access to on-site parking is available via a gated entrance adjacent to a small bus stop directly opposite the Rectory Lane.
Bus: Route 500. The bus stop being right besides the entrance to our practice.
Rail: Bagshot Station (1.5 miles) and Sunningdale Station (3 miles).
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Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT is Endodontic Treatment?
Endodontic treatment often referred to as Root Canal treatment involves carefully cleaning and disinfecting, then filling the root canal space, enabling a tooth to be retained which might otherwise require extraction.
WHY might I need Endodontic Treatment?
If the pulp tissue (the soft tissue within the root canal space) becomes infected it can cause pain and may lead to infection in the surrounding bone (a dental abscess). The causes of this pulp infection can include dental decay, repeated dental procedures, cracks or trauma (knocks or blows) to a tooth.
IS Endodontic Treatment Painful?
By employing contemporary techniques and local anaesthetic solutions, most patients are comfortable during treatment. There may be some localised tenderness of the tooth for a few days after treatment which is usually relieved with simple analgesics.
HOW does Endodontic Treatment save the Tooth?
The aim of root canal treatment is to eliminate the infection and inflammation in the root canal space and in the tissues beyond the end of the root. Having carefully cleaned the root canal space, it is filled and sealed to help prevent any further infection. The tooth is then temporarily sealed prior to your dentist restoring the tooth to protect it and restore it to function.
HOW Long will Treatment Take?
Because of the complexity of the root canal system, especially in back teeth, treatment may take two or more visits. A review appointment is usually made within the first year following treatment to assess the healing process. IS Endodontic Treatment Painful? By employing contemporary techniques and local anaesthetic solutions, most patients are comfortable during treatment. There may be some localised tenderness of the tooth for a few days after treatment which is usually relieved with simple analgesics.
WILL I need Additional Treatment?
When the root canal space has been filled, a report is sent to your regular dentist who will be asked to continue routine care. In some cases this may include the provision of a crown to reduce the risk of tooth-fracture.
WHY do I need to be referred for this Treatment?
Endodontic treatment of some teeth may involve considerable technical challenges. All the facilities required for such cases, including the operating microscope, ultrasonics and an electronic apex locator are routinely used at our practice.
WILL the Treatment have to be Repeated?
Whilst the great majority of teeth are successfully treated, occasionally pain persists or healing of the infected areas is not complete and further treatment may need to be considered.
WHY you were referred to our practice
We are a leading specialist endodontic practice. Our expertise, clinical success rate of 96%, dentist & patient experiences are testament to our clinical excellence. We continuously invest in the latest technology, update new clinical practices and comply with all professional guidelines to deliver the best possible dental care. We always listen to patients, discuss all available treatment options and cost prior to treatment. For more information about the practice please check the patients and dentists experience sections of this website.