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Root Canal

We recommend this procedure used to save a damaged or infected tooth by removing the infected pulp and nerves from the tooth’s root. The tooth is then cleaned, filled, and sealed to prevent further infection. Root canals can relieve pain and restore the function of the affected tooth, saving it from extraction.

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Who needs Root Canal

Root canal treatment is required for individuals who have a damaged or infected tooth pulp. This can be caused by deep decay, trauma, or a cracked tooth. The procedure involves removing the damaged pulp, cleaning the root canals, and filling them to prevent further infection. People with severe tooth pain, swelling, or sensitivity may require root canal treatment.

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Helping patients achieve good dental health & beautiful smile is a privilege & responsibility. Our comfort-first approach is designed to meet the needs of you & your entire family.

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Here at EgoDent we champion quality and an exceptional level of treatment. We are continuously investing in state-of-the-art equipment suited to the needs of our patients.

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EgoDent is UK’s first clinic to own the new model of Hyperion X9 Pro equipment. The Hyperion X9 Pro provides superior dental imaging quality.

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22A Lowther Road
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Egodent Walton-on-Thames

Dental Clinic
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6 Church Street | KT12 2QS
Walton-on-Thames | Surrey

Reviews

What our pacients say about us

Mary Harding

Amazing team from reception to nurses and doctors.

As a very nervous patient, I have received very kind and professional care from the lovely Doctor Georgeta Miron who takes the time to explain treatment and put my mind at ease.

I must also thank Dr. Ancuta Tiplic who I was referred to for some specialist treatment and was also very kind and considerate.

Many Thanks to all the team.

Treatment

All-on-six implant

Doctor

Anca Tiplic

Nurse

Lavinia Hutuleac

Scantei Dragos

Had a RCT done… Dr. Elena did a great job doing the actual RCT which was excellently completed by Dr. Ancuta. Very professional and elegant doctors/ladies.

Clinic works long hours as well, hard working and friendly team. Highly recommended!

Treatment

All-on-six implant

Doctor

Anca Tiplic

Nurse

Lavinia Hutuleac

Radu

I would highly recommend this clinic. The advice and treatment I received were excellent. Booking appointments was straightforward, and the staff were kind.

Treatment

All-on-six implant

Doctor

Anca Tiplic

Nurse

Lavinia Hutuleac

Patricia Murphy

My experience with Dr. Tiplic have been so professional and always ever so help especially with a nervous patient, she has made my experience with her and the full Egodents practice amazing and i would highly recommend this practice to anyone.

Treatment

All-on-six implant

Doctor

Anca Tiplic

Nurse

Lavinia Hutuleac

FAQ

It is generally recommended to visit the dentist every six months for regular check-ups and professional teeth cleaning. However, the frequency may vary depending on your oral health needs. Your dentist will provide personalized recommendations based on your specific dental condition.

To maintain good oral hygiene, it is essential to brush your teeth at least twice a day using fluoride toothpaste, floss daily to remove plaque and food particles between your teeth, and rinse with an antimicrobial mouthwash. Additionally, adopting a healthy diet low in sugary and acidic foods and drinks can contribute to maintaining optimal oral health.

In the event of a dental emergency such as a toothache, knocked-out tooth, or injury to the mouth, it is important to contact your dentist immediately. They can provide guidance over the phone and schedule an emergency appointment to address the issue promptly. It is crucial not to delay seeking dental care in emergency situations to prevent further complications.

Dental X-rays, when performed with proper safety precautions, are considered safe. The amount of radiation exposure from dental X-rays is minimal, and dentists use lead aprons and collars to protect patients from unnecessary radiation. X-rays play a crucial role in diagnosing dental conditions that are not visible to the naked eye, helping dentists develop appropriate treatment plans.

There are several options for replacing missing teeth, including dental implants, bridges, and dentures. Dental implants are a popular choice as they provide a permanent solution that looks, feels, and functions like natural teeth. Bridges are used to fill the gap between one or more missing teeth, while dentures are removable appliances that replace multiple missing teeth. Your dentist can assess your specific case and recommend the most suitable option for you.

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