At EndoCare we pride ourselves on always putting our patients first. Whether you’re visiting us for a consultation, or for treatment, we will always treat you with the greatest warmth and compassion, and our dedicated team will always be on hand to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Inevitably, after any invasive treatment, there will be some bruising. This will typically only be very mild, but can become more severe depending on how infected or inflamed your tooth was prior to treatment. Typically we will recommend alternating different types of painkillers to get the maximum benefit of both. We will only prescribe antibiotics if there are real signs of infection such as swelling and fever.
We normally take follow-up X-Rays after around six months in order to check everything is as it should be. If healing has been in any way delayed, we will arrange to review your situation annually until we are happy and there are good signs of bone regeneration.
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Endocare Root Canal London and Richmond surgeries are now open on Weekends. If you need to see a Root Canal Dentist on Saturday or Sunday then we are now open. For details of our new weekend opening hours please contact us now.