Endodontists are specialists in saving teeth, committed to helping you maintain your natural smile for a lifetime. Typically, root canal specialists have two or three years of additional education to become experts in performing root canal treatment and diagnosing and treating tooth pain.
Endodontists only focus their practice on endodontic treatments while general dentists perform a broader spectrum of dental procedures. We also see the most difficult cases on a consistent basis, such as curved canals, calcified canals, or retreatment cases. Constant exposure to these complicated cases is very valuable in being able to offer the best treatment possible to our patients.
Our equipment is more sophisticated than what a general dentist usually has. Our specialized equipment helps us to have a precise and predictable result. A good example of this is our high-powered surgical microscope that gives us a one-of-a-kind view of your tooth.
The speed at which we will be able to complete your procedure will be much faster than a general dentist’s simply because we do so many root canals a day. Most procedures are done in an hour or less and only take one appointment.