Treatments - Introduction
As an endodontic patient, what should I expect?
A comprehensive examination to diagnose oral pain and pulpal injury and determine if the tooth in question is a good candidate for endodontic therapy.
Non-surgical root canal therapy is used to remove the diseased pulp and then root canal system is thoroghly cleaned and sealed.
Occasionaly, microsurgery may be indicated. We are experts in performing this procedure, and utilize sophisticated equipment to ensure the best result.
Why should I see an endodontist?
Endodontists are dental specialists who diagnose and treat oral and facial pain. They specialize in root canal (endodontic) treatment, including any treatment for the inner soft tissues of the tooth. During dental school, all dentists recieve some training in root canal treatment. In addition to dental school, endodontists receive two or more years of advanced education in this kind of treatment. They study root canal techniques and procedures in greater depth. For this reason, many dentists choose to refer their patients to specialists in endodontics.
Dear Dr. Tismensky,
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Dr. Tismensky, the level of your professionalism and expertise is impeccable, I have never felt so relaxed in a dental chair.
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Palos Primary Care Center
15300 West Ave, Suite 112
Orland Park, IL 60462
Essington Proffesional Center
1124 Essington Rd
Joliet, IL 60435
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6715 W. Archer Ave
Chicago IL, 60638