The inside of a tooth can become infected due to a small fracture in its surface. Bacteria will then destroy the nerve fibres, causing extreme pain and often swelling of the gums. During root canal treatment the tissue in the centre of the tooth, known as the pulp, is removed and the tooth is then cleaned and filled, often covered by a crown to strengthen the weakened tooth. Magnification is used to enhance the working field to ensure our intricate dental procedures, like root canal therapy and crown and bridge preparations, are completed to the highest standard. We are one of the few practices in the region which makes use of rotary instruments which have a built-in apex locator enabling us to be more accurate in our approach, complete the procedure faster and be less dependent on X-Rays. Reciproc material is used.