Why see an endontist?
Endodontist? endodontists are highly skilled dental specialists in treating and diagnosing tooth pain and performing root canal treatment.
ENDODONTIST WITH BOARD CERTIFICATION
Only a Board Certified Endodontist delivers comprehensive endodontic services, including root canal therapy, root canal re-treatment, and root canal surgery, as part of a comprehensive dentistry center (apicoectomy).
Endodontists are dentists who have completed at least two additional years of advanced training, making them the foremost experts on root canal difficulties.
SPECIALISTS IN ROOT CANALS
Endodontists diagnose and treat root canal operations with unrivaled accuracy and safety, because to their specific training, treatment technologies, and expertise.
You may be sent to our clinic for specialized care if you have been advised you need root canal therapy (endodontic treatment) or re-treatment.
DENTISTRY FOR SEDATION
As a full-service dental practice, we provide a wide range of sedation dentistry options, including nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation, and IV sedation, as well as general anesthesia provided by a board-certified anesthesiologist when needed.
GET IN TOUCH WITH US
To receive a thorough diagnostic work-up worth $500, request a FREE consultation.
Hi-Resolution Photos, Digital X-Rays, a 3D CAT Scan, and a Complete Clinical Evaluation are all included.
Root End surgery
a modest surgical operation to save a damaged tooth if inflammation or infection continues following root canal therapy, particularly in the bony area around the tooth’s end.
Endodontists are experts at saving damaged teeth and will customize therapy based on the type, location, and severity of the crack. The sooner you get your tooth fixed, the better.
The surgical excision of dental roots is a dental operation that is performed after a basic tooth extraction in which the root of the tooth remains trapped in the underlying bone.
Endodontists are experts at saving damaged teeth and will customize therapy based on the type, location, and severity of the crack.Most cracked teeth, once fixed, continue to operate normally for many years of pain-free biting and chewing.
root canal treatment
An apicoectomy may be needed if the inflammation or infection continues following the root canal therapy. An apicoectomy involves the removal of the apex (or root tip) of the tooth, followed by a filling treatment to protect the root against infection.
Please call or email contact form and we will be happy to assist you.
Los Angeles, CA 90001
Monday – Friday
7:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday
7:00am – 3:00pm