Endodontic Treatments and Procedures
You wouldn’t take a car in for repairs or have work done on your home without understanding the problem and how it would be fixed. It’s even more important to know and understand your treatment options when it comes to your teeth, something you use every day to cut and chew your food. Today there are many treatment options for repairing damaged teeth so it’s vital to weigh your options and how they will impact your future dental health and lifestyle.
Make sure your dentist advises you of any proposed treatment and alternatives to it. It may be necessary for a referral to a dental specialist, such as an endodontist, to explore all of your options for the best possible care. A good dental professional will answer any questions you may have and guide you to sources for more information, such as this website, where you can learn more about dental problems and solutions.
It’s critical to receive the proper care so that you can maintain a healthy mouth, eat the foods you love, and limit the need for ongoing dental work. With the right treatment, your teeth can often last a lifetime, something we can all smile about.
In the majority of cases, your tooth can be saved with endodontic treatment. Choose a link below to learn about the treatment options available to you so you can discuss them with your dentist or endodontist.
- Root canal treatment
- Endodontic retreatment
- Endodontic surgery
- Traumatic dental injuries
- Dental implants
While endodontists are specialists in saving teeth—meaning they are trained in performing root canals and other procedures to save the tooth— they will look at all treatment options to determine the best for each individual patient and case.