Root Canal Anxiety

Sometimes patients feel anxious when their dentist or endodontist recommends root canal treatment. Sadly, over the years, root canal treatment has been maligned. The truth is that this treatment relieves pain while preserving natural teeth. We hope this article about root canal anxiety relieves some of your concerns about having a root canal. Nothing here…

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Root Canal vs Extraction and Implant

When comparing root canal vs extraction and implant, you will have to ask yourself several questions about what you want the experience and recovery to be like. At Apex Endodontics, we want to help you preserve your natural teeth, so we have some questions that may help you to determine if root canal therapy is…

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gentlewave root canal procedure

The Gentlewave root canal procedure offers a high-tech solution to the traditional root canal procedure. With this method, you may experience little to no discomfort and have longer-lasting success than conventional methods. At Apex Endodontics, we have invested in this technology and we are authorized to providers for patients who need root canal treatments.  Find…

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different types of root canals

Root canal therapy saves natural teeth by treating infected or inflamed pulp inside teeth. Endodontists have different ways to approach this problem, including non-surgical and surgical options. In this blog post, we describe the different types of root canals that we offer at Apex Endodontics to give you more information on the care you can…

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root canal treatment questions

If you have been told you need root canal treatment or have pain that you suspect may benefit from root canal treatment, you should feel free to ask questions of your endodontist about what to expect. The more you know about the procedure, the better prepared you can feel. With modern approaches to treatment, root…

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How to Tell if You Need a Root Canal

Root canal procedures are a wonderful treatment option to resolve pain in infection in a troubled tooth. While you would certainly always have a dental evaluation before any treatment is performed, you should still watch out for signs that you may have a dental problem, and when you may benefit from seeking this care.  Our…

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