Endodontist – White Plains


Endodontists at White Plains Family Dental Arts!

If you’re experiencing toothache, prolonged sensitivity, or discoloration, or you had a root canal years ago that needs to be retreated, you may need root canal treatment.

Don’t ignore the warning signs, as they can lead to further complications.

Our highly skilled endodontist can perform root canals to save your teeth and improve your oral health.
Marleni Julca
May 8, 2024

Muchas gracias por los calidos y agradable trato.asi mi persona todo el personal muy Profesional gracias a Darina con una personalidad muy dulce y siempre muy servicial ,Claudia y keyleen gracias Recomiendo esta oficina dental 100×100. Thank you very much for the warm and pleasant treatment. So my person, all the staff are very Professional thanks to8J Darina with a very sweet personality and always very helpful, Claudia and Keyleen thank you I recommend this dental office 100×100

Easy access to facilities. Staff is very friendly and it was a great experience. Office is very clean and Darina was very helpful. I recommend this Dental office.

Lauren Occhipinti
April 10, 2024

White Plains Family Dental Arts made my experience with wisdom tooth removal smooth and much less scary than I was expecting. Everyone is very friendly and comforting. I was super anxious, but they took the time to comfort me and answer all of my questions. I was able to get through the removal without laughing gas (something I didn’t think I could do)! Thank you for your help!

raquel Aguilar
April 4, 2024

Came for a scan, easy fast painless, very friendly staff!

Amada Ponce
March 18, 2024

Fui por emergencia, me atendieron de inmediato con un trato maravilloso.Muy agradecida con Dari y Tina, muy profesionales

Anthony Perez
March 13, 2024

I came with an emergency thinking I needed a root canal, but upon an through exam it was determined that a proper filling would fix me up. The doctor took his time to answer all my questions and has gained me a continuing client.

Get to Know the Endodontist: Your Root Canal Expert in White Plains

Are you experiencing severe toothache or pain when you chew? Do you have prolonged sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, or notice a dark discoloration of your tooth? These could be signs that you need a root canal treatment! Don’t worry, we’re here to help you understand everything about root canals and why they’re important for your dental health.

What is an Endodontist?

An endodontist is a dental specialist who is highly skilled in performing root canals. While general dentists perform less than two root canals a week, an endodontist performs nearly 25 on average. That means they have extensive experience and expertise in handling root canal procedures.

How Root Canal Treatment Can Save Your Smile

In the past, if you had a tooth with a diseased nerve, it would probably have to be extracted. However, with the special dental procedure called root canal treatment, your tooth can be saved. This procedure involves removing the affected tissue, cleaning and sealing the interior of the tooth, and filling it with dental composite.

Signs You May Need a Root Canal: Don’t Ignore These Warning Signs

A tooth’s nerve is not vital to its health and function after it has emerged through the gums. However, when a tooth is cracked or has a deep cavity, bacteria can enter the pulp tissue and cause an infection. This can lead to an abscess and pain, swelling, and tenderness in the nearby gums. If left untreated, this can even affect your overall health.

What You Need to Know About the Root Canal Treatment Process

Root canal treatment and root canal retreatment involves one to three visits to the dentist. During treatment, your endodontist will remove the affected tissue, clean and seal the interior of the tooth, and fill it with dental composite. If needed, they may also suggest placing a crown to protect the tooth from breakage.

What Should You Do if You Need a Root Canal Treatment?

If you experience any of the signs that a root canal is needed, contact your doctor immediately. If you need a second opinion or have questions about root canal treatment, call our office today. We’ll be happy to help you with any concerns you may have.

Remember, with regular brushing, flossing, and checkups, your restored tooth can last a lifetime. 

Don’t wait until it’s too late – save your smile with root canal treatment at White Plains Family Dental Arts!

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