What is Endodontics?
Endodontics is a very specific type of dentistry. It revolves around the pulp and tissues that surround the teeth. An endodontist is able to perform everything from a routine procedure to more complex endodontic procedures, including root canals, surgery, and treatments that save teeth after traumatic injuries.
There are specialized technologies and advanced techniques that allow an endodontist to have a very clear and accurate view of the mouth. Procedures today can be done comfortably and quickly to restore teeth. An endodontic procedure can save a tooth from being pulled out or from causing more complex medical and dental issues.
What Endodontics Services do we Offer?
While it’s always possible to receive restorative and cosmetic dentistry to have a new tooth put in, it’s ideal to save your current one if possible. Some examples of endodontic treatments we offer include:
- Root canal therapy
- Endodontic surgery, also known as apicoectomy (tooth removal)
- Pulp tissue infections from cracked teeth
- Dental trauma
Endodontists are specifically trained in saving teeth and restoring their functionality and looks. However, depending on your situation, the tooth may not be salvageable. The dentist will complete a thorough assessment of your tooth and consider all options and discuss all the choices you have.
Why Choose Us?
When it comes to your teeth, you want to make sure you work with the most experienced and dedicated team. The tissue in your mouth and teeth is extremely sensitive, so you need a team that has a gentle touch. At DentArt Chicago, all of our doctors have years of experience helping patients just like you.
Our goal is to provide comfortable, high-quality dental services to restore your oral health with complete satisfaction. Our state-of-the-art techniques, extensive training, and patient-centered approach allow your visit to be as comfortable and effective as possible.
Endodontics Near Me
If you believe you have an endodontic issue that needs to be addressed, or are simply looking for a new general dentist who can complete other oral procedures, we encourage you to reach out to us. Our friendly staff can get you set up with an appointment, whether it’s your first visit or you’ve been coming to us for years! We look forward to seeing your smile in-office.