Expert Endodontic Care | Bohemia Dental Arts

Endodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry focused on treating the inside of the tooth, specifically the dental pulp and root canals. At Bohemia Dental Arts, we offer expert endodontic care to preserve your natural teeth and relieve dental pain. Our experienced team uses advanced techniques and technology to provide effective and comfortable treatment.

What is Endodontics?
Endodontics involves diagnosing and treating issues related to the dental pulp—the soft tissue inside the tooth that contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. When the dental pulp becomes inflamed or infected due to decay, trauma, or other factors, it can cause severe pain and lead to abscesses or tooth loss if not treated promptly.

Common Endodontic Procedures:

  • Root Canal Therapy: The most common endodontic procedure, root canal therapy involves removing the infected or inflamed dental pulp, cleaning and disinfecting the root canals, and sealing them with a filling material. This treatment can save a tooth that would otherwise need to be extracted.
  • Endodontic Retreatment: In some cases, a tooth that has undergone root canal therapy may not heal properly or become reinfected. Endodontic retreatment involves reopening the tooth, removing the previous filling material, and treating the infection before resealing the tooth.
  • Apicoectomy: Also known as root-end surgery, an apicoectomy is performed when inflammation or infection persists at the tip of the root after a root canal. The procedure involves removing the tip of the root and sealing the root canal to prevent further infection.
  • Pulpotomy and Pulpectomy: These procedures are typically performed on primary (baby) teeth. A pulpotomy involves removing the infected portion of the pulp, while a pulpectomy involves removing all of the pulp tissue. Both procedures aim to preserve the natural tooth and prevent infection.

Signs You May Need Endodontic Treatment:

  • Severe tooth pain, especially when chewing or applying pressure
  • Prolonged sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures
  • Swelling and tenderness in the gums
  • Discoloration or darkening of the tooth
  • Persistent or recurring pimple-like bump on the gums

Our Endodontic Care Process:
At Bohemia Dental Arts, we prioritize your comfort and well-being throughout your endodontic treatment:

Consultation and Diagnosis:
Your journey begins with a comprehensive consultation and examination. We use advanced diagnostic tools, such as digital X-rays, to assess the condition of your tooth and determine the appropriate treatment.

Treatment Planning:
Based on the diagnosis, our dentist will develop a personalized treatment plan to address your specific needs. We will explain the procedure, answer any questions, and ensure you feel comfortable with the treatment plan.

Endodontic procedures are typically performed under local anesthesia to ensure your comfort. Our skilled team will carefully clean and disinfect the affected area, remove any infected tissue, and seal the tooth to prevent further infection.

Follow-Up Care:
After your endodontic procedure, we will provide detailed aftercare instructions and schedule follow-up appointments to monitor your healing and ensure the success of the treatment.

Why Choose Bohemia Dental Arts for Endodontic Care:
Our experienced team at Bohemia Dental Arts is dedicated to providing high-quality endodontic care. We use the most current techniques and technology to ensure effective and comfortable treatment. Our patient-centered approach ensures that you receive personalized care in a supportive and compassionate environment.

Schedule Your Consultation:
Preserve your natural teeth with expert endodontic care at Bohemia Dental Arts. Schedule your consultation today and relieve your dental pain. Contact us at 631-589-8585 to book your appointment.


Q: Is root canal therapy painful?
A: Root canal therapy is generally not painful, as the procedure is performed under local anesthesia. Most patients report feeling relief from the pain caused by the infection after the procedure.

Q: How long does a root canal procedure take?
A: The duration of a root canal procedure depends on the complexity of the case. Most procedures can be completed in one to two visits, with each visit lasting about 60 to 90 minutes.

Q: What can I expect after a root canal procedure?
A: After a root canal procedure, you may experience mild discomfort or sensitivity for a few days. This can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers. Follow-up care and maintaining good oral hygiene are essential for successful healing.

Q: Can a tooth that has had a root canal still get cavities?
A: Yes, a tooth that has had a root canal can still develop cavities. It is important to maintain good oral hygiene and attend regular dental check-ups to prevent decay and other issues.

Q: How do I know if I need endodontic retreatment?
A: If you experience persistent or recurring pain, swelling, or other symptoms in a tooth that has undergone root canal therapy, you may need endodontic retreatment. Schedule a consultation with our dentist for an evaluation.

Preserve your natural teeth and relieve dental pain with expert endodontic care at Bohemia Dental Arts. Schedule your consultation today by calling 631-589-8585. Let our skilled team help you achieve optimal oral health.

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