A Complete Guide to Pediatric Endodontic Treatments

During your child’s root canal, the infected pulp is removed, which often doesn’t require the use of dental instruments, but a local anesthesia might be necessary. 

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Top Ways Technology Can Improve Endodontic Treatments

To provide you with the best possible treatment outcome and to minimize treatment discomfort, the doctors at Advanced Endodontics of Westchester commit to utilizing cutting-edge technology, including cone beam imaging during endodontic treatments. 

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Exploring Options Outside of Tooth Extraction for a Loose Tooth

For any medical procedure it is good to have a second opinion. If your dentist recommends an extraction and implant, you may want to seek the opinion of an endodontist.

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It’s the Weekend and You Have a Toothache!

By performing an emergency root canal, your natural teeth can be saved from any further damage. In facts, statistics show that teeth treated with a root canal have a 95 percent retention rate.

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What You Need to Know About Pediatric Endodontics and Root Canals

Dr. Justin Kolnick is an expert in pediatric dentistry in Westchester, NY and performs the most advanced procedures to treat young patients.

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Retreating a Root Canal With Advanced Technology

Today Advanced technology can be utilized by dentists to retreat a failed root canal. At Advanced Endodontics of Westchester we offer the latest state-of-the-art dental procedures to ensure a high treatment success rate for our patients.

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Quick Guide: Laser Technology and Root Canals

Laser dentistry is leading edge technology that's not only a more precise procedure but patients experience less pain with reduced healing time.

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How to Tell If an Endodontic Retreatment Is Necessary

Sometimes root canals fail for various reasons.  Dr. Kolnick is here to inform you on some of the reasons why an endodontic re-treatment might be necessary.  Click the link above to learn more!

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Signs You Might Need a Root Canal

There are numerous signs and symptoms that a root canal might be necessary such as tooth pain and gum tenderness. Dr. Kolnick is here to educate you on some of the symptoms to look out for.  Click the link above to learn more!

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Why an Endodontist Should Perform Your Root Canal

It is very common for people to need a root canal at some point in their life.  But many people don't realize that you can go to a specialist to have this procedure done.  Dr. Kolnick is here to inform you why going to an endodontist for root canal treatment is beneficial.  Click the link above to learn more!

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