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An endodontist is a dentist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries to the dental pulp and other tissues surrounding the root of a tooth. Our Advanced Dental Group of West Long Branch endodontists are experts in performing endodontic procedures, with the most common procedure being root canal therapy. Endodontists are able to provide both conservative and surgical treatments to preserve the viability of teeth, even when the pulp is non-vital.
Endodontic treatment is often necessary when a tooth has been badly damaged by decay or infection, or when it has suffered a traumatic injury. When endodontic treatment is not possible, endodontists can provide other dental treatments to maintain the health of the tooth.
What is Endodontics?
Advanced Dental Group of West Long Branch provides comprehensive and affordable endodontic care for patients of all ages.
I experience dental phobia and anxiety. How can you help?
No matter your level of anxiety over an upcoming endodontic procedure, we have a wide variety of Sedation Dentistry options to help relieve your stress and make it easier on yourself and your dentist.
What if I have more questions about endodontics?
We encourage you to send our team a secure message. It is easy and quick!
What are the benefits of endodontics?
The benefits of endodontics are extensive but the most important ones include:
Preserving the natural tooth
Ending tooth pain associated with infected pulp
Preventing abscesses or spreading infection to other parts of the body
Improving the mouth’s appearance by removing discoloration and reshaping teeth
Will my dental insurance cover endodontic treatments?
Endodontic treatment is generally covered by most dental insurances. For more information, see our Accepted Insurances page or call our office at (732) 389-1110.
Questions about endodontics?
Here are answers to common questions.