Learn more about common dental problems and treatments performed by endodontists, specialists in saving teeth. Watch the videos below for a step-by-step explanation of root canal treatment, learn why a second procedure is sometimes necessary, and understand symptoms of a cracked tooth and the importance of treating it quickly. Other videos will teach you more about the benefits of seeing a specialist for your endodontic treatment, and how endodontists work with your general dentist to provide optimal oral health care.
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It’s not your grandfather’s root canal! Just like technology changes, so has root canal treatment.
Learn how endodontists, the specialists in saving teeth, use advanced technology and expert training to reinvent modern root canal treatment.
Concerned about the safety of root canal treatment? Watch this informative video to learn how endodontists perform millions of root canal treatments every year, safely, effectively and comfortably.
Need a root canal? Don't be anxious. This informative video will walk you step-by-step through the procedure and explain how endodontists, the root canal specialists, can save your teeth.
Sometimes, a tooth that has had root canal treatment may not heal properly and another treatment is needed. Watch this video to understand how root canal retreatment can save your tooth and learn more about the endodontists who specialize in this dental procedure.
Do you have a cracked tooth? Learn about the symptoms and how endodontists help patients avoid tooth extraction. It's important to treat a cracked tooth quickly, so the problem doesn't get worse.
Features interviews with root canal patients describing their positive, pain-free experiences, while endodontists explain what a root canal is and symptoms you may have if you need one.
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