If you're looking for a trusted and highly experienced root canal dentist in Stockport, Cheshire then our 5* state-of-the-art clinic can help.
Our expert root canal treatment team includes our highly experienced principal dentist, Dr. Talal Khalil (GDC No: 205679), who has helped hundreds of patients from all parts of Manchester, Stockport and Cheshire.
Hi, let me take this opportunity to introduce myself and provide you with some information about my professional background. My name is Talal and I graduated in General dentistry from Safarik University in Slovakia in 2002.
I started my career as a dentist working at the Louis Pasteur Faculty Hospital where I gained extensive experience in restorative and aesthetic dentistry.
My interest in oral surgery and associated academic work grew whilst working with eminent dentists and oral surgeons at the faculty teaching hospital.
I continue to keep my knowledge and skills up to date by working alongside highly experienced and skilful professionals and attending courses and workshops to familiarise myself with latest procedures and techniques in dentistry and aesthetic procedures.
It is my goal and vision to provide you with a confident smile.
All our dentists are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) and our clinic is regulated and monitored by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) so you can rest assured you're in safe hands with our experienced team.
Root canal treatment is carried out when the pulp inside the tooth becomes inflamed or damaged due to bacteria. In most cases it causes severe pain but sometimes there is no sign of pain or swelling.
If the tooth is left untreated then the infection can form an abscess on the tissue around the supporting bone.
The endodontic procedure involves removing bacteria from inside the tooth and the root canals. Once they have been cleaned the root canals are sealed and the tooth is then repaired with a filling or a crown.
Before treatment commences, the patient will be anaesthetised so that the procedure is painless.
After treatment the tooth may be sensitive but this is a highly successful dental treatment and only a small percentage of patients may in the UK experience a mild flare up around the tooth.