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Has your dentist recently told you that you need Endodontic treatment in Delray Beach, better known as a “root canal”? If so, you are one of more than 14 million individuals who will have Endodontic treatment this year. Endodontists are recognized by the American Dental Association as the “root canal specialists”. They are dentists with additional years of specialty training in the most complex Endodontic procedures, allowing them to use the latest technology to help their patients maintain their natural teeth for years to come. Additionally, they have training in the diagnosis of painful tooth and jaw conditions.

In essence, seeing an Endodontist is critical so that the root canal can be completed by the most qualified professional at your disposal, with the aim being to avoid the need for any later retreatment. Endodontists routinely perform routine as well as difficult and complex procedures and surgeries. As a matter of fact, using an Endodontist for your root canal treatment can ensure that even the most severely compromised tooth can be saved – a point not to be dismissed since nothing feels, looks, or even functions like your natural tooth.

If you are in need of Endodontic treatment, we can provide answers to all of your questions and concerns. Our friendly staff is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve in making your experience a pleasant one.

Bone Grafting

The maxillary sinuses your cheeks and on top of the upper teeth. Sinuses are like empty rooms that have nothing in them. Some of the roots of the natural upper teeth extend up into the maxillary sinuses.


Apicoectomy is an Endodontic surgical procedure whereby a tooth’s root tip is removed and a root end cavity is prepared and filled with a biocompatible material. Surgery is performed using a microscope and hence is also called endodontic microsurgery.

Regenerative Endodontics

In the past, when the nerves of younger patients’ teeth became infected, most Endodontists were forced to resort to apexification, a procedure that prevents root tips from continuing to develop and thereby leaves teeth more vulnerable to fractures.

Root Canal Therapy

A root canal is one of the most common procedures performed in the dental office. It is a simple Endodontic procedure that can ultimately save your natural teeth and avoid the need for dental implants or bridges.

Endodontic Retreatment

In most situations, proper care of your teeth that have had Endodontic treatment will allow them to last as long as your natural teeth. However, in certain situations, a tooth that has been treated may not heal or the individual may continue to feel pain, or the pain may even re-appear months or years after treatment. In such instances, Endodontic retreatment may be necessary.


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