At Advanced EndoCare, we place your needs first in everything we do.
Experience a comfortable and modern alternative to traditional endodontics with our specialist team.
If you would like to refer your patient for a consultation, then simply fill out the form below.
How Can Advanced EndoCare Help?
From beginning to end, we want to provide you with the most convenient dental experience. Therefore, we are proud to offer you the freedom to fill out your paperwork in the comfort of your own home. You can access your forms here.
Our aim is to help you achieve better oral health. For this reason, we make it simple and easy to pay your fee through a variety of options.
We accept the following:
At Advanced EndoCare…Go to our homepage for more…, we’ll help submit your claim to maximize your insurance benefits. Feel free to call our office with any questions or concerns; our team is here to help!
Also, we are in-network with the following providers:
This place is amazing! I love the people and the experience. They are all so nice and friendly, and they even give out gift cards if you’re good. Going to this dentist, I had no reason to be nervous because there was no pain at all.
Hali E. (Actual Patient)
Your First Endodontic Experience
- What Can You Expect?
- Root canal therapy is an invasive procedure that often generates inflammation in the tissue surrounding the treated tooth. For this reason, you should expect to have some discomfort after your visit. This is especially true for those patients who were in discomfort before the procedure.
- Your tooth may feel “bruised” or tender when biting or applying pressure with your tongue; this is normal. If this does not improve with time and/or painkillers (Motrin, Advil, Tylenol, or Aspirin), contact the office.
- The injection site(s), jaw muscles, and jaw joints will feel sore from the procedure. You may also experience jaw stiffness. This should improve with the prescribed analgesics.
- Postoperative discomfort can last up to a week or two, but should steadily improve with time.
- Teeth that have been endodontically treated may always feel “different” compared with your other teeth. However, if your tooth is functional, without signs of active infection, and x-rays show a correct healing process, you will experience a normal endodontic outcome.
- What Should You Do After?
- When your endodontic treatment is complete, you’re now ready for the final restoration.
- Arrange your next appointment within the next two weeks.
- Take your first dose of analgesic (Motrin, Advil, Tylenol, or Aspirin) before the anesthetic wears off and continue to take it as directed.
- It is recommended that you use one of these medications for 2-3 days following the procedure.
- Avoid chewing on the tooth until you see your dentist for the final restoration.
- Contact Our Office If You Experience Any of The Following:
- Visible swelling inside or outside of the mouth.
- Allergic reaction to the medication (skin rash, hives, itching, or breathing difficulty). Nausea is not an allergic reaction.
- A return of symptoms or development of a sensation of pressure or throbbing that appears after the initial postoperative discomfort passes.