What Endodontists Do for Patients?

What Endodontists Do for Patients?

Endodontists are tooth-saving specialists who are dedicated to helping you keep your natural smile for a lifetime. With advanced training, specialized techniques, and superior technologies, All Smiles Dental ensures that you receive the highest quality care with the best outcome saving your natural teeth.

When Should You See an Endodontist?

No one enjoys having their teeth worked on, and some people even put off their biannual cleanings out of fear or reluctance to visit the dentist. When it comes to true tooth pain, however, it is critical to seek treatment as soon as possible. You will feel better and, more than likely, save your tooth.

If you have tooth pain, have injured your tooth, it is sensitive to hot/cold, or there is swelling around the teeth, gums, or your face, see an endodontist.

What Procedures Are Performed by an Endodontist?

Endodontists perform root canal treatments, as well as many other endodontic treatments and surgeries, address traumatic dental injuries, and place dental implants. Although the goal is to save your natural teeth whenever possible, an endodontist will consider all treatment options to determine the best course of action for your case.

They help patients with:

Root Canals

Endodontists have more root canal experience. They perform root canals inside teeth using advanced technology and aids. They also use dental dams to increase access to teeth and prevent microbial contamination. 

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Endodontists use NASA technology to access root canal spaces and remove debris. Canals are irrigated with ultrasonic instruments.


Endodontists use 3D imaging to diagnose and treat complex root anatomy. They can also enhance and filter images.

Pain Control

In dental pain management, endodontists are experts. They can prescribe numbing medications to make your visit more comfortable and relaxing.


Endodontists deal with dental trauma and can perform dentoalveolar surgery. These procedures are done if the non-surgical ones fail.

What Can I Expect Post-Endodontics?

The side effects of endodontic treatment vary depending on the problem and its severity. Endodontic treatments are mostly outpatient. After the procedure, your mouth or tooth may be sore for a few days. More extensive surgery may cause more severe or prolonged discomfort. Your doctor may prescribe medication to treat pain, infection, or promote healing.

All Smile Dental is here for your dental issues and gives your smile back to you. You are welcome to our office located at 1100 Carver Rd. #5, Modesto, CA 95350. Or you can book a meeting with us at (209) 409-8839. You’ll be safe in our hands.


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