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Endodontics 101: What They do and When You Should See Them

October 26, 2020

While all endodontists are dentists, less than three percent of dentists are endodontists. Just like a doctor in any other field, endodontists are specialists because they’ve completed an additional two or more years of training beyond dental school. Their additional training focuses on diagnosing tooth pain, performing root canal treatments other procedures relating to the interior of the tooth in order to restore it to health.

At the office of Michael I. Feinberg, DDS, we provide comprehensive endodontic treatment to help patients preserve their natural smiles. Our office is equipped with the state-of-the-art technology and we have established a reputation for providing the highest quality of care. Our endodontists have incredible precision and hand-eye coordination, making them highly skilled in performing complex treatments in order to save your natural teeth.

In addition, we use specialized techniques to ensure you are thoroughly comfortable during your treatment. We are experts in pain management — administering numbing medications. In addition to treating you comfortably, you will be relieved of tooth pain after your endodontic procedure, when the infection or inflammation heals.

A trusted partner in care

If you’re experiencing tooth pain, you have injured your tooth, your tooth is sensitive to hot or cold, count on the processionals at the office of Michael I. Feinberg, DDS to provide  the highest quality of skilled and compassionate care. For more information on our office and the many services that we provide, give us a call today.