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Root Canal

Our professional team of dentists are highly skilled and experienced in performing Root Canal Treatments, and have helped many patients restore their dental health and relieve their pain.

At Belmont Dental Surgery, we understand that a root canal procedure can cause anxiety for some patients, and we strive to make the process as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

What Is Root Canal Treatment Perth?

Root canal treatment Perth is a necessary dental procedure that restores the function of a tooth’s canal, preventing decay and other problems from happening.

What Happens During a Root Canal Treatment?

The thought of a root canal treatment can be intimidating for some people, but it is a relatively common and straightforward procedure that is performed by dental professionals. Here’s an overview of the steps involved.

Initial Exam

We will examine the tooth and take X-rays to determine the extent of the damage and whether a root canal is necessary.

Numbing the area and creating an opening

We will administer local anaesthesia to numb the tooth and surrounding area before creating a small opening in the top of the tooth to access the pulp chamber and root canals.

Removing the damaged tissue

Using special instruments, we will carefully remove the damaged pulp tissue from the pulp chamber and root canals. We will also clean out any debris and bacteria to prevent further infection.

Shaping and filling the canals

We will shape the root canals with small files to prepare them for filling and fill the root canals with a rubber-like material called gutta-percha and a sealer to prevent bacteria from entering.

Sealing the opening

The opening created at the beginning of the procedure will be sealed with a temporary filling or permanent restoration.


We may schedule a follow-up appointment to check the healing progress and determine if additional treatment is necessary.

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Trust Your Root Canal Treatment to Us

The dental team at Belmont Dental Surgery are specially trained to diagnose and treat problems with tooth pulp. They have the expertise and experience necessary to provide the best care for your teeth.

If you’re experiencing any symptoms of a problem with the tooth pulp, it’s important to see a dentist soon. Root Canal Treatment can save your tooth and relieve your pain.


Frequently asked questions

While the Root Canal Treatment has been around for many years, there are still many questions that patients have about the treatment process. In this response, we will address some of them below.

What are the signs that indicates I need an Root Canal?

  • Severe toothache that’s not relieved by the use of over-the-counter pain medication.
  • Sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures that lingers long after the stimulus is removed.
  • Swelling or tenderness in gums.
  • A pimple on gums.
  • Darkening of a tooth.

Is Root Canal a usual procedure?

Root canals are a usual procedure due to the high rates of tooth decay in Australia. This is because most people either have bad dental hygiene or expose their teeth to sugars and other tooth-decaying agents.

Is a Root Canal usually necessary?

Most dentists will typically recommend a root canal if the tooth is badly decayed or the pulp (the soft inner part) is infected. However, only a tiny percentage of people require one.

If you are unsure if you need a root canal, talk to your dentist.

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How Much Does a Root Canal Cost?

If you consider having root canal, it is essential to speak with the dental team at Belmont Dental Surgery about the cost. It will vary depending on the severity of the infection and the number of teeth that need to be treated.

Front Tooth Root Canal $1,500 – $2,500
Molar Root Canal $1,800 – $3,500
Retreatment of Root Canal $1,500 – $3,000
Apicoectomy $2,500 – $4,000

What our clients say

Google Review

First visit and I was nervous, however I felt very much at ease as Receptionists were calming, and professional. On meeting Damian felt comfortable and he was gentle and caring and Hiliary a competent nurse. Am returning and have no hesitation in recommending the dental practice.

Google Review

I have been coming to Belmont Dental Surgery since around 2 years. They helped fix some issues I had at the start and now I'm always happy to come back for me regular check up, since all of the staff are so friendly & helpful.
They helped me heaps with overcoming my fear of dentist, by being so comforting and all around amazing!

Google Review

My first time at Belmont Dental and I cannot give this practice enough stars. I am always nervous going to the dentist but all of the staff were caring and professional from the moment I made my appointment. I also had the most painless clean in years thanks to the new airflow machine they used.

Google Review

I’ve been seeing Dr Phil at Belmont Dental Surgery for a few years and he has become a great friend. I’m always treated with respect by the staff and the dental experience is always pleasant at the Clinic.

Totes recommend, 10/10!

Google Review

I visited Belmont dental last week a bit nervous about dentist in receptionist I was greeted by a very friendly lady on the way down to my dentist Kevin I had a chat with a very friendly dentist Phil,Kevin put me at ease with his professional approach and attitude I would have no problem recommending Belmont dental to anyone, quality dental service.

Where to find us

Belmont Dental Surgery

171 Belmont Avenue
Belmont WA 6104

Tel: (08) 9277 3837

Public Transport:

There are bus stops (Transperth stop ID 14265 & 14257) directly outside the practice which are serviced by bus numbers 286, 287, 380 and 935.


What is Endodontics Treatment in Perth?

Endodontics Perth is a branch of dentistry that deals with diagnosing and treating problems related to tooth pulp. The tooth pulp is the tooth’s innermost layer that contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue, making teeth vital. When the pulp becomes damaged or infected, it can cause severe pain and/or tooth loss. Endodontists are specially trained to diagnose and treat these problems.