We are Endodontic Experts
Providing Specialized Endodontic Care in the Larchmont Village area of Los Angeles, CA
What is Endodontics?
Endodontic specialists pride themselves as “specialists in saving teeth.”
Endodontists work with the dental pulp, root, nerves, and other essential structures that keep teeth healthy and strong. Damage to these areas can result in serious pain and discomfort, and it can also endanger a patient’s long-term, overall health. Dental pulp and similar structures supply teeth with blood and nutrients and help to keep teeth anchored in place. There are several conditions that can damage the dental pulp. When this happens, an experienced endodontist can help.
Our endodontists at Larchmont Village in Los Angeles, CA, use a variety of advanced techniques and technology to restore tooth roots, nerves, and similar structures. Endodontists are specialists that continue their education and training after dental school for three years to diagnose and treat conditions of the dental pulp and underlying tissues. This training and ongoing experience with the latest procedures allow endodontists to stop deeply embedded infections, diagnose complex oral health problems, restore oral health after injuries, and much more.
Our Endodontic Services
Endodontic treatments are designed to safely restore the innermost structures of teeth using the least invasive methods possible.
We provide a range of endodontic services at our Larchmont Village clinic to help diagnose and treat illnesses, injuries, or complex conditions affecting your oral health. With dental cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) technology, we can see symptoms of dental and oral health problems more clearly than ever, and develop a treatment plan using a 3-dimensional model of the affected area. We also use state-of-the-art GentleWave® technology to remove infection and provide the most effective, minimally-invasive root canal treatment possible. Our endodontist’s experience, coupled with the latest technology, helps to give our patients faster healing times and better health outcomes.
Most Common Treatments
- Root Canal
- Root Canal Retreatment
- Apicoectomy/Apical Surgery
- Hot/cold sensitivity
- Diagnosing and treating tooth pain
- Emergency root canal therapy
- Treatment of dental infection
- Gum abscess
- Facial swelling
- Gum swelling and bleeding
- Incision and drainage
- Endodontic surgery
- Traumatic injuries