Frequently Asked Questions
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What’s the difference between an endodontist and a dentist?
If you have symptoms of pulp damage, a dentist might refer you to an endodontist to treat it.
What are signs that I need to see an endodontist?
What types of issues can an endodontist treat?
What procedures can an endodontist perform?
Do endodontic procedures hurt?
Procedures and Treatments
What happens in a root canal procedure?
Will the root canal hurt?
Will I be able to drive after the root canal?
Can I eat after my root canal?
I have a crown, will a root canal ruin it?
However, there are times when a new crown is recommended. Usually, this is because the crown has some sort of defect to it. It is very important to have an adequate crown to ensure your root canal is perfectly sealed away from saliva and bacteria in the mouth.
What you need to know
How to get started
What are the available payment options?
What to expect during my first visit?
Comfortable Care, Successful Outcomes
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