We offer a variety of Endodontic and Root Canal Therapy for our patients.

South Bay Endodontic Doctor
3D Imaging / Cone Beam CT

With a 3D Cone Beam CT Scan, an X-ray is used around the patient to produce detailed images of the bone around the teeth.

With a single scan we can take anywhere between 150 to 700 panoramic, high-quality 3D images. This scan allows us to provide all our patients with a a comprehensive endodontic evaluation and help plan our root canal treatments.

A 3D Cone Beam CT Scan helps provide much more information than a conventional X-ray and is one of the most advanced dental technologies available.

Root Canal Treatment
Root Canal Retreatment

In a few cases where nonsurgical endodontic therapy cannot save the tooth, endodontic surgery becomes necessary. The basic idea is to clean out the infection at the end of the root and to seal the root end with a filling. This procedure is called an “apicoectomy.”

Endodontic Emergency Treatment

Dental emergencies happen all the time where you’ll need to see one of our endodontic specialists. See us for emergencies related to cracked or badly infected teeth and inflamed or infected bone tissues beneath the gums. If you have sudden or severe pain due to disease or trauma to the tooth, we can help! Our endodontic specialists can help with instant pain relief through a pain-free, relaxed setting. You’ll be surprised that most of our patients experienced zero pain during their visit.

Cracked Teeth

Cracked teeth usually occur due to many years of grinding, clenching, and chewing on hard objects. Symptoms associated with cracked teeth include erratic pain upon chewing especially during the release of biting and extreme sensitivity to hot or cold. There are many different types of cracks and these are as follows:

  • Craze lines.
  • Fractured cusps.
  • Cracked tooth
  • Split tooth.
  • Vertical root fracture.
Traumatic Dental Injuries

We offer three forms of Anesthesia in our office; Nitrous Oxide, Oral Conscious Sedation, and IV Sedation.

Nitrous Oxide, also known as “laughing gas,” is available for patients who exhibit mild anxiety. It is a very safe and effective way to provide a relaxing experience without needing a driver or pre-planning.

Oral Sedation is available for our patients (Adults only) who would prefer more than a local anesthetic. For those patients, it provides a more comfortable and serene experience. If this is something you would like information on, please contact the office for further details. There is an additional fee for this service.

IV Sedation is available for those patients that need more than oral sedation. This procedure is performed with a highly qualified Dental Anesthesiologist. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office, and we will be more than happy to assist you.

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