Endodontic or Root Canal Therapy
Our practice specializes in endodontics, commonly referred to as root canal therapy. Always, our primary goal is to save your natural teeth, and a root canal can achieve this by restoring the health of your tooth. Our endodontists perform root canals using the most advanced technology including 3D radiology, operating microscopes and the state-of-the-art techniques to ensure an optimal result.
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Occasionally, a tooth that was previously treated may develop new problems. In other cases, a tooth that has received endodontic treatment fails to heal or continues to have pain. When this occurs, our endodontic team will optimize your chance to save your tooth with a second endodontic procedure known as Retreatment.
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Apical Surgery (Apicoectomy)
In the event a root canal procedure cannot save your tooth, our endodontists will recommend a surgical procedure called an apicoectomy to remove the infection around the roots of the tooth. During this procedure, our experienced doctors use high-powered surgical microscopes for greater precision and a specialized course of anesthesia to ensure you are very comfortable and pain free throughout your entire visit.
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Symptoms of a cracked tooth are varied and may include severe pain when chewing, extreme sensitivity to hot and cold, pressure sensitivity or a combination of these. While most general dentists are skilled at identifying cracked teeth, our endodontists utilize a combination of 3D Cone Beam imaging and high-powered surgical microscopes to accurately diagnose and treat even the tiniest of cracks that would have gone unnoticed.
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Botox® for TMJ Disorder
BOTOX® is used as an alternative treatment for TMJ (temporo-mandibular joint) disorders and associated jaw tension and pain. When injected into facial muscles afflicted with soreness and discomfort, BOTOX® relieves TMJ and jaw tension for many patients.
*Taken from the American Academy of Facial Esthetics website: https://www.facialesthetics.org/tmj-treatments/
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It is no secret that dental anxiety is very real and affects many of our patients. Rest assured that we understand these concerns and are committed to ensuring a relaxing and comfortable visit for every patient, every procedure. Sedation dentistry can help to achieve this.
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Facial trauma involves injuries to the bone, teeth, skin, gums, or other soft tissues. The primary goals of treatment are to stop any bleeding, create a clear airway, repair any broken or fractured bone, and suture any damaged soft tissue.
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Root Resorption, though relatively uncommon, is the breakdown of the root structure of the tooth and can either begin on the inside of a tooth or the outside of a tooth. If left untreated, resorption can lead to future complications such as the loss of a tooth. Therefore, seeking endodontic treatment in its early stages is optimal, and we are here to help.
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