Kate De Groot BDS (Lond) PG Dip Endo (UCL Eastman)
Dentist (GDC 78112)
Dentist (GDC 78112)
Kate qualified in 2000 from the Royal London Hospital and has been working in General Practice for the last 15 years. She has a special interest in Endodontics (root canal treatment). This led her to pursue a 2 year post graduate Diploma in Endodontics at the Eastman Dental Hospital, which she successfully completed in September 2015 being awarded a Merit. Kate is a member of the British Endodontic Society (BES) and also the British Dental Bleaching Society (BDBS). She is married with three young children and enjoys CrossFit and spending time with her family.
Services and Price Guide
Not all cases will require an initial consultation.
Some teeth are already heavily restored or cracked and a restorability assessment will be necessary to check the long term prognosis for the tooth before starting non-surgical root canal treatment. If a tooth cannot be restored then a restorability fee of £150 will be applied and you will need to see your own dentist to have the tooth extracted. If however the tooth can be restored, a temporary restoration will be placed and root canal treatment will be started. The fee for the restorability assessment will be incorporated into the fee for the non-surgical root canal treatment.
Any cancellation require at least 24 hours’ notice or a fee will be charged.
A follow up consultation will be arranged 6-12 months after the root canal treatment has been completed and there will be no charge for this appointment.
"The treatment received for root canal treatment by Kate was carried out to a very high standard. All the steps in the procedure were explained clearly, and I was made as comfortable as possible throughout each appointment. The outcome of the treatment has been very successful – I have had no further pain or problems and can eat as normal on the crown that was placed following the root canal treatment." - Alison
“Never having had a lot of major work done on my teeth in over 40 years I was extremely nervous about the prospect of root canal. The whole process was thoroughly explained to me and the work was carried out exactly how explained, the actual work itself whilst a little uncomfortable was pain free. The irritating tooth ache that had been building up over 6-9 months has gone, what a relief and thank you.” - Richard