Thank you for your interest in Endodontics Limited. We are specialist members of the American Association of Endodontists. We value our relationship and appreciate your confidence in our service and staff. We look forward to bringing the best service to you. Our expert team, led by respected endodontic specialists, Dr. Fayad and Dr. Aga, included an experienced endodontic staff.
By referring you to our office, your dentist has shown their concern that you receive the finest endodontic care possible. Our goal is to provide unsurpassed quality in a compassionate environment of professionalism and clinical excellence. We hope to exceed your expectations.
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25 E Washington St, Suite 1833 Chicago, IL 60602 | T: 312-236-9581 | F: 312-236-9593
4905 Old Orchard Centre, Suite 716 Skokie, IL 60077 | T: 847-676-9581 | F: 847-676-3882
We hope that the information provided here answers many of your questions about endodontic treatment. If you would like additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Here you will find a library of important articles on various aspects of CBCT and other matters relating to the field of endodontics.
A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures performed, well over 14 million every year. This simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need of dental implants or bridges. At the center of your tooth is pulp. Pulp is a collection of blood vessels that helps to build the surrounding tooth. Infection of the pulp can be caused by trauma to the tooth, deep decay, cracks and chips, or repeated dental procedures.
Generally, a root canal is all that is needed to save teeth with injured pulp from extraction. Occasionally, this non-surgical procedure will not be sufficient to heal the tooth and your endodontist will recommend surgery. Endodontic surgery can be used to locate fractures or hidden canals that do not appear on x-rays but still manifest pain in the tooth. Damaged root surfaces or the surrounding bone may also be treated with this procedure. The most common surgery used to save damaged teeth is an apicoectomy or root-end resection. The video on the right illustrates this simple procedure.