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Specialist root canal treatment at Rapport Dentistry

Endodontic or Root Canal Treatment is carried out when the inside of the tooth (the root or pulp) becomes infected or damaged.

At Rapport Dentistry we are delighted to receive referrals from our colleagues to treat patients who may need both straight forward or complex Root Canal Treatment.

Why choose Rapport Dentistry for Endodontic Treatment?

Dr Diptia Moorjani qualified as a Dentist from Birmingham University in 2013. In 2014 Diptia Completed her MFDS Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery.
Diptia is happy to discuss all aspects of treatment with both dentists and patients, and believes good communication is important for successful outcomes.
Dipita is delighted to receive referrals from his colleagues and is happy to use his expertise to treat patients who may need both straight forward or complex Root Canal Treatment.
If you require any advice on a patient, please complete our referral form and one of our team will come back to you.

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Your Endodontic Journey


The first step in your endodontic journey at Rapport Dentistry is a consultation with Dipita who has a Masters in Endodontics.

She will discuss any concerns you may have or, if you were referred to us by your usual dentist, why you were referred.

She will also begin an Endodontic assessment.

Endodontic assessment

During your consultation, Dipita will assess the tooth/teeth which may require endodontic treatment. She will then be able to give you her diagnosis and prognosis on saving your tooth/teeth.

Quotation and Treatment Planning

We will provide you with a bespoke treatment plan.

This will outline our findings and the treatment options available to you. It will also provide you with a price estimate and an idea of length of treatment.


As treatment is bespoke to each patient there is no ‘fixed’ number of appointments.

A typical course of treatment will be over two visits per tooth. The treatment is entirely dependent upon how complex your clinical situation is.

Once the endodontic treatment is complete, the tooth will be filled. At this point the patient will then be discharged back to the referring dentist.


Dipita normally likes to see her patients for a review in a years time to ensure the treated tooth remains in a healthy state.

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