Why choose an Endodontist?

Because we provide cutting-edge specialty care.

An endodontist is a dental specialist who diagnoses and treats oral and facial pain and caused by an infection or abscess associated with the inside of the tooth, including the pulp and the area near the root of the tooth origin known as the periradicular. This dental professional is skilled in the use of such technology as digital imaging, operating microscopes and ultrasound. The specialty dental team works together to relieve pain, save teeth and provide patients with optimal, quality care

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Smarter, more personalized care

Better care with education and training

After four years at an accredited dental school, an endodontist must complete two more years of specialized education at an American Dental Association (ADA)-accredited postdoctoral program in endodontics. Candidates must demonstrate superior knowledge and expertise in endodontics, including diagnosis, evaluation, problem-solving, decision-making, analysis and treatment. Less than three percent of dentists are endodontists, and they pride themselves in saving teeth.

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A simpler, seamless experience

Better care with advanced technology

Combining advanced technology with personalized care, endodontists save teeth while minimizing patients’ pain. In conjunction with the doctor’s skill and judgment, state-of-the-art technology increases accuracy for endodontic diagnosis and treatment and delivers the most predictable, conservative and comfortable endodontic treatment possible.

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Better care from a specialist

As specialists who limit their practice solely to endodontic treatment, endodontists are efficient and precise, resulting in positive experiences and faster healing. They offer tremendous flexibility in accommodating emergency cases, minimizing delays in treatment and relieving dental pain quickly. Advanced technology makes treatment fast and relatively pain-free. Today, root canal treatment is no more uncomfortable than routine procedures, such as fillings. The average endodontist completes 25 root canal treatments a week.

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Referring Dentists

We welcome referrals from colleagues looking to provide their patients an exceptional endodontic treatment.

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Doctors and locations

Our endodontists are available to work in general practice offices or as an associate in an endodontic practice.

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