Put Tooth Pain in the Past With Advanced Endodontics in Bala Cynwyd, PA
We Can Coordinate Your Care With Your General Dentist
Endodontics is a specialized area of dentistry that focuses on tooth roots and pulp. If you're experiencing dental pain due to an infection, we can work with your dentist to provide you with a complete continuum of care. You can receive root canal therapy or another endodontic treatment with us, then return to your dentist to complete treatment.
Let Associated Endodontists, P.C. Meet Your Dental Needs
Since its inception in 1996, Associated Endodontists, P.C. has been serving Philadelphia patients who require endodontic treatment to save their teeth and achieve a healthy smile. While root canals have a reputation for being uncomfortable, our Bala Cynwyd office uses state-of-the-art techniques and technology to provide patients with virtually painless root canal treatment, endodontic retreatment, and endodontic surgery.
We invite you to find out why patients throughout Philadelphia choose our Bala Cynwyd, PA, office for their care.
Where Patients Can Find Us in Bala Cynwyd, PA
Our office in Bala Cynwyd is proud to serve patients throughout the Philadelphia area. If you have an appointment with us, you can find us in suite 316 of the GSB Building. There is plenty of parking outside. We can't wait to meet you.
End Your Tooth Pain in a Comfortable Environment Request Your Appointment With Us in Bala Cynwyd
If you have tooth pain, a root canal may be what you need to address the problem. We know that this treatment often makes patients nervous, but there's no need to be. Our team strives to provide patients with precise and virtually painless treatment in a clean and modern office. Many of our patients are thankful for the time they spend with us because we are able to provide fast and effective results that bring their pain to an end.
For advanced endodontic care that can protect your smile, request an appointment with our endodontists in Bala Cynwyd, PA, today:
We Consistently Provide Patients With a Positive Experience
"I had a great experience when I had an appointment for a root canal with Dr. Hodges. I was warmly greeted at the front desk of a bright, cheery office. Things only got better as time went on... If you need a root canal make an appointment with Dr. Eric Hodges for your positive, painless experience... He has cared for patients of al race creeds and colors. ALL ARE WELCOME!" Valerie Holloman
Root Canal Therapy
When the pulp of a tooth becomes infected, a dentist or endodontist must eliminate the bacteria in the infected root canal to save the tooth and prevent the infection from spreading to the surrounding teeth and other structures. Your dentist can then reinforce the treated tooth with a crown.
If you've undergone root canal therapy that wasn't successful, your tooth hasn't healed properly after your procedure, or you're still experiencing pain, we can perform endodontic retreatment.
When nonsurgical methods do not effectively treat your tooth or alleviate your pain, surgery may be necessary to prevent further trauma or infections.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why choose an endodontist instead of a dentist?
While general dentists attend dental school and offer a range of care, endodontists are dentists who have completed dental school and undergone 2-3 years of additional education for specialized training. Endodontists specialize in root canal therapy, and while a general dentist may perform 1-2 root canal procedures each week, an endodontist may do upwards of 25. Your dentist may refer you to us to treat your tooth pain, especially if your condition is complex.
Is root canal therapy painful?
Not with us. With the use of local anesthetic, gentle techniques, and technology like the GentleWave System, root canal therapy is more comfortable than ever. Many of our patients report that their root canal therapy is painless and the time they spend with us is actually relaxing.
Why should I choose root canal therapy?
Without root canal therapy, tooth extraction may be necessary, and dentists always try to preserve teeth if possible. Root canal therapy can save an infected tooth, prevent the infection from spreading to other teeth, and prevent the need for extraction. Root canal therapy really is the best way to save your natural teeth and reduce the risk of jawbone damage.
Receive Timely Treatment in an Immaculate Office
"Called 2 days ago for root canal and received an expedited appointment due to pain. Went today and met the office staff in person and Dr. Eric Hodges. The office is immaculate and gives off very safe, competent, calming vibes. It was an enormous pleasure speaking with Dr. Hodges -- restored my faith that there are still some very awesome people in this world. Overall, a fantastic experience. Would highly recommend to anyone." Marianne D.