We’ll treat you like our own, from the time you schedule your visit until you leave our office feeling better.

Please call one of our four locations to make an appointment. Our staff will review further instructions specific to your treatment during your call.

If you have questions regarding your dental benefits, call us prior to scheduling your appointment. We participate with most major dental benefit companies and several PPO plans. We’ll work closely with you to coordinate the payment of your dental benefits and submit the necessary forms to your insurance company. Any unpaid insurance balances will become your responsibility 45 days after the treatment date.

Endodontic fees vary depending on the complexity of the treatment needed. Before any treatment is performed you can request an estimate of the anticipated fees. Full payment of the fee or estimated co-payment is required at the time that your treatment is performed.

Bring your treatment referral slip, any x-rays, identification, insurance card, and list of medications you’re presently taking to your appointment.

Please do not take any pain medications 4-6 hours before your scheduled appointment time to avoid masking symptoms. Notify our staff at that time if you’re required to take an antibiotic prior to dental treatment for any health conditions.

A minor must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to discuss treatment options with our doctor.

Each treatment is unique depending on your condition – procedure duration and recovery times will vary. You can read more about your specific treatment here.

Our Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) will give you personal attention to review your medical history, take your blood pressure, discuss your symptoms, and answer any questions before introducing you to your doctor.

Our Business Assistants will greet you at the front desk and help you complete the registration process with our office.

If you’re having a non-surgical procedure, your doctor may request a follow-up visit. This could be any time between three to twelve months post-treatment. If you’re having endodontic surgery, you’ll return for suture removal one week after surgery.

Yes, you can go back to work (or school) after a root canal treatment. Your appointment will be similar to a normal restorative procedure like a crown or a filling. While you may be numb after your procedure, there’s no reason why you should not be able to resume your normal daily activities.

Our Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) will review post-op instructions with you immediately after your procedure. You can also expect a follow-up text from our office following your treatment. In most cases, a return visit to your general dentist will be necessary for permanent restoration of your filling or crown.

How do I make an appointment?

Please call one of our four locations to make an appointment. Our staff will review further instructions specific to your treatment during your call.

What are your accepted insurance plans?

If you have questions regarding your dental benefits, call us prior to scheduling your appointment. We participate with most major dental benefit companies and several PPO plans. We’ll work closely with you to coordinate the payment of your dental benefits and submit the necessary forms to your insurance company. Any unpaid insurance balances will become your responsibility 45 days after the treatment date.

How much will treatment cost?

Endodontic fees vary depending on the complexity of the treatment needed. Before any treatment is performed you can request an estimate of the anticipated fees. Full payment of the fee or estimated co-payment is required at the time that your treatment is performed.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

Bring your treatment referral slip, any x-rays, identification, insurance card, and list of medications you’re presently taking to your appointment.

Can I take pain meds before my appointment?

Please do not take any pain medications 4-6 hours before your scheduled appointment time to avoid masking symptoms. Notify our staff at that time if you’re required to take an antibiotic prior to dental treatment for any health conditions.

What if the patient is a minor?

A minor must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to discuss treatment options with our doctor.

How long will my treatment last?

Each treatment is unique depending on your condition – procedure duration and recovery times will vary. You can read more about your specific treatment here.

What does pre-treatment look like?

Our Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) will give you personal attention to review your medical history, take your blood pressure, discuss your symptoms, and answer any questions before introducing you to your doctor.

Where do I check-in?

Our Business Assistants will greet you at the front desk and help you complete the registration process with our office.

Do I need to return to your office?

If you’re having a non-surgical procedure, your doctor may request a follow-up visit. This could be any time between three to twelve months post-treatment. If you’re having endodontic surgery, you’ll return for suture removal one week after surgery.

Can I go back to work/school after treatment?

Yes, you can go back to work (or school) after a root canal treatment. Your appointment will be similar to a normal restorative procedure like a crown or a filling. While you may be numb after your procedure, there’s no reason why you should not be able to resume your normal daily activities.

What happens after treatment?

Our Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) will review post-op instructions with you immediately after your procedure. You can also expect a follow-up text from our office following your treatment. In most cases, a return visit to your general dentist will be necessary for permanent restoration of your filling or crown.

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