Endodontist Huntington Park

Endodontics is a category of dentistry with a focus on the soft tissues inside of a tooth, which is also referred to as the dental pulp. At the Dental Community Clinic, we specialize in a wide range of endodontics services, including root canals, root canal retreatments, CT scans, minimally invasive procedures, and much more. Endodontists specialize in the pulp of the tooth, as they are able to diagnose and treat diseases, abnormalities, and injuries that pertain to the root of the tooth. We pride ourselves in our approach in treatments, as we use the most advanced equipment, so our patients get the best results. 

At the Dental Community Clinic, we are committed to saving our patients’ teeth so they are able to maintain their natural smile. We are trained experts that are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for our patients with our perfected techniques and advanced technologies. If you are in need of dental work from an expert endodontist Huntington Park, feel free to contact us to schedule an appointment. 

Types of Endodontic Treatments

Endodontics involves a wide range of treatments, including root canals, pulpotomies, retreatments, surgery, and more. To get a better understanding, here is an overview of the type of treatments we specialize in:

Root Canal: When receiving a root canal, the endodontist removes the pulp within the tooth, as well as cleans and shapes the root canal. Lastly, the tooth will be sealed with a dental material and finalizes the treatment with a crown.

Pulpotomy: Pulpotomy is a similar procedure to a root canal; however, it is mostly done on primary teeth. Pulpotomy procedures are less extensive, as it does not involve the root area.

Retreatment: A retretreament is needed if a patient experiences trauma, resulting in a cracked or loose tooth. This can cause decay to reach the pulp. It may also be needed if smaller or curved canals are overlooked in a prior tooth treatment. Retreatment can also be done if the issue was not fixed properly the first time. 

Apicoectomy: Apicoectomy is a microsurgical procedure that opens up the gum tissue around the tooth to treat an infection.

When Should I See an Endodontist?

When it comes to your teeth, it is imperative that you always take care of them to maintain your oral health, as well as your overall health. If you are experiencing tooth pain, you should seek help as soon as possible. For example, if you are experiencing pain or sensitivity to hot or cold, then it is best that you have an endodontist examine your tooth. Additionally, endodontists treat patients who have been involved in accidents that have caused trauma to their teeth, resulting in swelling around the teeth, gums, or face. 

Many people dread having work done to their teeth; however, we pride ourselves in our effective and lasting methods, all while providing the comfort that you need when seeing us. If you are experiencing tooth pain, our endodontist can give you the treatment that you need, so that you are healthy, happy, and pain-free. If you delay treatment, it may only complicate the issue and minimize the chances of saving your tooth.

What Makes an Endodontist a Specialist?

Endodontists are indeed dentists; however, they must complete an additional two or more years of specialized training beyond dental school. Because they are required to complete additional schooling on top of general dental school, they are trained and focused on diagnosing tooth pain with the ability of performing treatments to the interior of the tooth. Our endodontist is highly skilled and trained in diagnosing and treating tooth pain. If you are in need of an experienced endodontist Huntington Park, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Contact an Endodontist Huntington Park

At the Dental Community Clinic, our experts have many years of experience in endodontics. We will get you the treatment that you need for lasting and effective results. You should never put off seeing an endodontist when you are experiencing tooth pain, and it can make matters worse over time, which are more costly. In addition, by getting help as soon as possible, you may be able to save your tooth. Contact our team today for the best treatment from our skilled endodontist Huntington Park.

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Our office is equipped with the latest and most advanced technology and we are prepared to offer the best level of care and treatment by our experienced dentists and staff.

Los Angeles

2505 E Cesar E Chavez Ave, Los Angeles, CA, 90033

Huntington Park

2771 E Florence Ave, Huntington Park, CA, 90255
(323) 835-6123
(323) 835-6502

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