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If you need a complex oral surgical procedure, your dentist may refer you to our endodontist in Westminster.
Dental One Associates of Westminster is an endodontic office in the Westminster area and we’re happy to answer all your questions, and schedule an appointment for you with one of our experienced endodontists in the area. Call us today at (410) 970-0292 for more information on the services our root canal specialist in Westminster can provide. We can diagnose and treat issues dealing with the inside of your teeth, so that you can save your natural teeth and forego artificial teeth and other dental appliances. Call us today for more information and to schedule a consultation with an endodontic dentist in our office.
Why Would I Need an Endodontist Rather Than a General Dentist?
All endodontists are dentists but not all dentists are endodontic dentists. An endodontic dentist has completed at least two additional years of specialized training in the field of endodontic dentistry in addition to the many years of study required in order to become a general dentist. The endodontist at our Westminster office specializes in saving teeth that might otherwise need to be extracted. Although artificial appliances are available that will satisfactorily substitute for your natural teeth, we always prefer to save your natural teeth if at all possible. You’ll be able to continue eating your favorite foods, you’ll keep your natural smile, and you won’t incur the added expense involved in getting artificial teeth. Our endodontist combines years of advanced training, up-to-date techniques, and years of experience in order to provide a superior dental experience and ensure that you’re as comfortable as possible. Call us today at (410) 970-0292 for more information and to schedule a consultation if you need endodontics in Westminster.
Do Endodontists Perform All Dental Procedures?
An endodontist can perform all the same procedures that a general dentist can perform, but a general dentist can’t perform the complex procedures that an endodontic dentist can perform. If you need a root canal, then you might want to schedule a consultation in our Westminster endodontic office. A root canal is the most common procedure that we perform and we’ve saved many thousands of teeth with a root canal. Although many patients are apprehensive about getting a root canal, we do our utmost to ensure that the procedure is as painless as possible and that you’re as comfortable as possible. Root canals are intended to alleviate pain, not be the cause of it, and we will make you as relaxed and as comfortable as we can. Our goal is to be the best endodontist in Westminster, so you know you’ll receive the best service we can provide. Call us at (410) 970-0292 if you have more questions and we’ll be happy to schedule an appointment for you. READ MORE
What Will Happen When I Come to the Endodontist in Westminster?
When you call us for your initial consultation, we may order a copy of any current x-rays that your dentist has on file. When you come to our office for your appointment, we’ll ask you to complete a medical history form and list all the medications you are currently taking, both prescription and over the counter. We’ll take x-rays if we need to and then we’ll examine the teeth that are problematic. Our root canal expert in Westminster will then discuss your treatment options with you and schedule your root canal, which may be the same day or it may be a few days later, depending on several factors. If it’s later, then we’ll provide you with a prescription in order to alleviate your pain and make you comfortable until your appointment. If you have more questions or want to schedule your initial consultation, call us at (410) 970-0292 and we’ll be happy to help you.
How Soon Can I Get an Appointment for an Endodontic Consultation?
We do our best to schedule our patients in a timely manner and as soon as possible. If you have an emergency, be sure to let us know and we can expedite your appointment. The longer you delay seeking treatment, the greater the probability that you’ll lose your tooth, so don’t procrastinate in seeking help with your dental issue. Although artificial teeth are available, it’s always better to keep your natural teeth if at all possible. If you have any discomfort with your teeth, such as swelling or pain, be sure to call us at (410) 970-0292 and schedule an appointment with our dedicated endodontist. We look forward to hearing from you and working with you.