- Consultation and diagnosis of intraoral and facial pain
- Non-surgical root canal therapy
- Non-surgical retreatment therapy
- Surgical root canal therapy
- Trauma consultation and associated treatment
- Dental Post and core placement
- Nitrous oxide analgesia for anxious patients
- CBCT Scans from Facial Mobile Imaging
We will assist you with your dental plan
Dental plan benefits will be accepted toward your treatment. You will be advised of your fee before treatment is started and we will apply your plan benefits toward that fee. We are happy to answer any questions you may have in regards to your dental insurance and benefits.
Endodonitics and Root Canals
Endodontics is the diagnosis and treatment of problems with the inside of a tooth, including the soft tissue known as the dental pulp. The most common endodontic procedure is the root canal, although endodontists also perform procedures to correct cracked and fractured teeth, re-treat previous procedures that have not healed properly and diagnose oral and facial pain.
Root canals are performed to save a tooth when the pulp or nerve becomes inflamed or infected due to decay, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, cracks, chips or other injuries. Endodontic surgery is helpful in a number of situations, including the diagnosis of fractures that are too small to appear on x-rays, the cleaning and sealing of calcified teeth, the extraction and replacement of damaged teeth and the removal or repair of bone or root structure.