A CBCT scan gives us a 3D view of the internal anatomy of the tooth and surrounding structures.
High-powered magnification aids in the visualization and treatment of intricate root canal anatomy.
An exciting new technology that offers superior cleaning and disinfection of the root canal system.
We have the equipment and expertise to properly diagnose your dental pain and determine if treatment is necessary.
An inflamed or infected tooth may require root canal treatment to alleviate symptoms and save the natural tooth.
A root canal treated tooth which has become re-infected due to decay, cracks or complex anatomy may require a 2nd root canal.
A minor surgical procedure at the end of the root can eliminate infection and alleviate symptoms while allowing you to save your natural tooth
Endodontists are dental specialists who have completed two additional years of advanced endodontic training and education beyond dental school. Endodontic training emphasizes root canal treatments and the diagnosis of diseases and conditions that warrant them. An endodontist does not practice general dentistry but instead devotes the majority of his or her time to performing root canals – specifically those pertaining to narrowed canals or anatomically atypical cases. Most endodontists have offices equipped with highly advanced technology, including 3D imaging devices and high powered microscopes.