This dental discipline involves the study and treatment of dental pulp, which is found inside your teeth.
The most common endodontic procedure is a root canal. The aim of this treatment is to save your tooth by removing infected pulp.
Only 3% of all dentists hold the role of an endodontist because it requires additional years of study and dedication.
- Delanie M. (5-Star Patient)
Modern endodontics provides a quicker, less painful, and more comfortable treatment for cracked or infected teeth. It also produces reliable and satisfying results for our patients, so they can resume their lives and not suffer in pain.
As part of our commitment to personalized and convenient care, we provide an in-house endodontist to care for your needs and give you back your smile.
Here is why you can trust him with your teeth: