[vc_row][vc_column][cz_gap height=”30px” id=”cz_19430″ height_tablet=”0px”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1497126171788{background-position: center !important;background-repeat: no-repeat !important;background-size: cover !important;}”][vc_column offset=”vc_col-lg-8″][cz_title icon_before_type=”image” shape=”text” smart_fs=”true” image_as_icon=”445″ shape_text=”QUESTIONS” mobile_shape_font-size=”3em” tablet_shape_font-size=”4em” id=”cz_66393″ sk_shape=”font-size:7em;color:#365ff3;top:-35px;left:-10px;opacity:0.1;” sk_icon_before=”background-color:#365ff3;padding:14px;margin:0px 20px -10px -10px;border-radius:50px;RTLmargin-right: -10px;margin-left: 20px;RTL” sk_shape_mobile=”font-size:3em;top:32px;left:70px;” sk_icon_before_mobile=”margin-top:10px;margin-bottom:10px;”]Frequently asked questions

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[/cz_title][cz_gap height=”30px” id=”cz_42440″][vc_column_text]Please read questions bellow and if you can not find your answer, please send us your question, we will answer you as soon as possible.[/vc_column_text][cz_gap height=”10px” id=”cz_65984″][cz_title icon_before_type=”icon” icon=”fa fa-question” id=”cz_38795″ sk_overall=”margin-bottom:24px;” sk_icon_before=”font-size:24px;color:#ffffff;background-color:#365ff3;padding:0px;margin-right:12px;margin-left:0px;border-radius:50px;RTLmargin-right: 0;margin-left: 12px;RTL”]


[/cz_title][cz_accordion open_icon=”fa fa-caret-right” close_icon=”fa fa-caret-down” toggle=”true” first_open=”true” id=”cz_49810″ sk_title=”border-radius:10px;padding-left:30px;font-size:18px;” sk_active=”border-radius:10px 10px 0 0;border-bottom-style:solid;border-color:#365ff3;background-color:rgba(54,95,243,0.05);border-bottom-width:1px;color:#365ff3;” sk_content=”background-color:rgba(54,95,243,0.05);border-radius:0 0 10px 10px;”][cz_acc_child title=”What should I know about endodontics?” id=”cz_95399″][vc_column_text]Endodontics is a specialty in dentistry that deals with the treatment of the soft tissue of the teeth, specifically the pulp and tissues that surround the teeth. The pulp is the vital tissue within a tooth that exists in the root, which is the section of the tooth that’s under your gum line. While the outer portions of the tooth, mainly the top visible portion called a crown, are hard and durable, the pulp contains soft tissue that is vulnerable to bacterial infection and damage. It also contains nerves and blood vessels. Once there’s decay or damage to the hard outer shell of the tooth, the pulp may become infected, which can lead to a patient requiring a “root canal” procedure.[/vc_column_text][/cz_acc_child][cz_acc_child title=”Are root canals painful?” id=”cz_64029″][vc_column_text]One of the biggest misconceptions about a root canal procedure is that they are very painful or uncomfortable, but modern endodontic treatment takes a strong focus on ensuring that patients are as comfortable as possible, and that procedures are performed quickly and efficiently. With the use of proper pain management options, and solutions such as sedation therapy, there are a wide host of ways in which root canal discomfort or pain can be completely negated. If you have any anxiety or concern about pain or discomfort during a root canal, we urge you to speak with the dentist about options to make sure that your procedure is pleasant and pain free.[/vc_column_text][/cz_acc_child][cz_acc_child title=”Are your x-rays safe?” id=”cz_20069″][vc_column_text]

X-rays are considered safe for use for a wide range of patients of differing ages, health histories, and current conditions. Our x-ray process utilizes a system that goes a step further, and reduces the typical amount of radiation used in dental x-ray services by up to 90%. We also utilize digital imaging.

[/vc_column_text][/cz_acc_child][cz_acc_child title=”Are there serious risks of infection during endodontic treatment?” id=”cz_76004″][vc_column_text]We take every precaution required of medical professionals to ensure proper infection control, including adherence to guidelines set forth by the CDC, the American Dental Association, and OSHA. We follow proper sterilization guidelines and procedures.[/vc_column_text][/cz_acc_child][cz_acc_child title=”
What can I expect after treatment?” id=”cz_87526″][vc_column_text]After a root canal, you will likely require restorative dentistry, such as a crown. We’ll provide your dentist with a record of the treatment. We also provide you the information on any follow-up care that may be needed. We can also forward that treatment information to other dentists in the event that you choose a separate office for your restoration services.

Although the chances of any post treatment complications are low, we also provide emergency care and consultation if there are any issues with your condition.[/vc_column_text][/cz_acc_child][/cz_accordion][/vc_column][vc_column offset=”vc_col-lg-4″][cz_image image=”479″ id=”cz_24683″][cz_gap height=”30px” id=”cz_42987″][cz_title icon_before_type=”icon” icon=”fa fa-comment” id=”cz_16905″ sk_overall=”margin-bottom:24px;” sk_icon_before=”font-size:24px;color:#ffffff;background-color:#365ff3;padding:0px;margin-right:12px;margin-left:0px;border-radius:50px;RTLmargin-right: 0;margin-left: 12px;RTL”]

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