As specialists in root canals, were interested in two things: relieving pain and saving your teeth. An endodontist is a dental specialist with advanced education in root canal therapy. Were trained to diagnose and manage conditions that, if not treated, would most likely cause infection and tooth loss. Many people dont realize that, while root canal treatment eliminates pain and allows you to retain your natural tooth, it is generally no more uncomfortable than having a.. filling placed.
"We are committed to providing
the best endodontic and dental implant
care possible in a timely, caring manner."
Our goal is to treat you with the greatest level of care in the gentlest manner. We strive to earn your confidence in us from the very first phone call.
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Patient information -
With great excitement and honor, we are proud of our award-winning customer service practices as we have earned the prestigious Excellence in Customer Service (EICS) Award not once, not twice, but FIVE times! EICS, a comprehensive customer service awards program sponsored by the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado, is dedicated to recognizing business practices which create customer satisfaction by building long term customer relationships and retention.
Your first visit -
Our offices have been designed to put you at ease. Our highly trained business and dental-assisting staff are here to serve all of your endodontic needs and are devoted to your comfort.
A typical visit to our office begins with completing paperwork, which includes your medical history and consent forms. It is advisable to bring a list of all the medications (over-the-counter and prescription) that you regularly have taken within the past month. Once all forms are complete, an assistant will take you back to the operatory and will review your chief complaint, collect some data regarding the history of your tooth concerns, and take an x-ray.
This information is then shared with your endodontist who will do a thorough diagnostic examination and fully discuss your options with you before beginning treatment. Your endodontist will make you aware of the benefits and risks involved in treatment, as well as the prognosis for your tooth, so you can make a wise decision about your options. The treatment itself can often be completed that day; however, at times a second appointment is needed. Before treatment begins, you will receive local anesthesia to numb any sensations you may feel during the procedure. If you feel apprehensive, we do offer nitrous oxide.
Once your procedure is complete, more x-rays are taken to track the success of the treatment. While most patients are quite comfortable following treatment, you will be provided with medications and after treatment instructions to ensure you are comfortable over the next few days.
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