Likely, you're reading this information because your dentist has indicated that you need endodontic treatment or a root canal. By choosing endodontic treatment, you are choosing to keep your natural teeth as a healthy foundation for chewing and biting for years to come. More info..
Occasionally, a tooth that has received endodontic treatment, or a root canal, fails to heal or continues to experience pain. An endodontic specialist is best equipped to evaluate your individual circumstances for possible retreatment options and a second chance to save the tooth. More info..
In a few cases, non-surgical endodontic treatment alone cannot save the tooth due to a variety of situations. In addition to treating routine cases, endodontists are experts in performing complicated procedures including surgery. Please talk with your endodontist to evaluate all options before considering tooth extraction. More info..
Root Canal Surgery (Apicoectomy)
An apicoectomy involves removing a small portion of the apex (tip) of a tooth root that has become infected by bacteria. Learn more about Root Canal Surgery.
Diagnosis of Tooth Pain & Sensitivity
If you are suffering from tooth pain or your teeth seem extra sensitive to temperature, touch, or sweet foods, we can help. The first step is to make an accurate diagnosis. Learn more about Tooth Sensitivity.
Whitening Traumatized Teeth
Achieving a pleasing, even shade of whiteness can be challenging when a tooth has been injured in the past. However, we can often achieve excellent results with internal bleaching. Learn more about Whitening Traumatized Teeth.
Emergency Dental Treatment
If you have a life-threatening or severe injury, call 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room. We can treat severe tooth pain and a variety of traumatic dental injuries, including teeth that have been moved, or knocked out entirely. Please call our office for assistance.