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At Beech House we work with a number of local referring practices to offer a range of endodontic services, which include:

  • management of curved and/or calcified canals
  • retreatments
  • difficult access cases
  • cases involving endodontic treatment on teeth carrying crowns and bridges
  • management of perforation cases

Our philosophy

We provide high-quality treatment, using the best equipment and materials, in as stress-free environment as possible. We take care of your patients, explaining our procedures and aftercare thoroughly. We always advise that your patients return to your care and often that they obtain a crown from you for completion of their treatment.

You as referrers expect the best care for your patients and we aim to provide that level of service each time.

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We use specialized equipment, including:

Operating microscope (Global G3) to aid in visualisation and illumination of the canal structures

Digital X-ray systems (Digora) to limit radiation exposure

Morita ZX Dentaport apex locator, XSmart rotary handpieces, system B and Sybron endo back fill thermoplastic and Bioceramic (hydraulic) obturation systems.

We welcome visits by our fellow colleagues to see our facilities and meet our team.

All endodontic treatment carried out is on a private basis.

  • Initial consultation * (will be required in most cases) £60
  • Endodontic treatment per tooth £310 – 660
  • Endodontic retreatment per tooth, from  £550 – £770
  • Post removal, from £150

We will always advise your patients about treatment costs and treatment options at their first visit.

* Why is an initial consultation required?

An initial consultation is an excellent opportunity to discuss issues about the case and the treatment with your patient. It is also a good way of your patient getting to know us and the environment and universally we have found that your patients find this initial visit invaluable. We also recognise that root canal treatments with their long appointments and rubber dam are not for everyone and it is often useful to discuss this at a consultation visit first rather than at a planned treatment appointment.

Please note that it is our policy that accounts are settled at every visit.

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