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Gentle and Effective Root Canal Treatment in Scottsdale.

Hope Endodontics sets the standard for root canal treatment by combining cutting-edge technology with Dr. Hope Feldman's personalized care, ensuring a virtually pain-free experience focused on saving your natural teeth and enhancing your smile.

Addressing Common Concerns about Root Canal Therapy

Understanding the concerns and questions you might have about root canal therapy is essential to us. Here, we address some of the most common inquiries to help ease any apprehensions and clarify what to expect from the procedure.

Is root canal therapy painful?

One of the biggest misconceptions about root canal therapy is that it’s extremely painful. However, with advances in dental techniques and anesthesia, most patients find that root canal therapy is no more uncomfortable than having a filling placed. Our priority at Hope Endodontics is your comfort; we employ the latest pain management techniques to ensure a smooth and virtually pain-free experience.

How successful is root canal therapy?

Root canal therapy has a high success rate, with many treated teeth lasting a lifetime. Our use of state-of-the-art technology and Dr. Feldman’s expertise significantly enhances treatment accuracy and outcomes. Following your root canal, proper care and regular dental check-ups will help ensure the longevity of your treatment.

Will I need further treatment after a root canal?

In most cases, a tooth that has undergone root canal therapy will need to be crowned or receive other restorative treatment to protect it and restore full function. Dr. Feldman will discuss the best post-treatment plan for your specific situation, ensuring your treated tooth remains healthy and functional for years to come.

Are there alternatives to root canal therapy?

The primary alternative to root canal therapy is tooth extraction. However, preserving your natural teeth is always preferable. Root canal therapy is a highly effective way to save a tooth that might otherwise need to be removed. We encourage discussions about your treatment options, and Dr. Feldman is here to answer any questions to help you make the most informed decision.

How long does the treatment take?

The length of root canal therapy can vary depending on the complexity of the tooth’s structure and the extent of the infection. Generally, the procedure can be completed in one or two visits, each lasting between 60 to 90 minutes. We strive to make each session as efficient and comfortable as possible, ensuring the best possible care and outcome.
Our Mission

At Hope Endodontics, we're committed to providing you with clear, comprehensive care. If you have any more questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact us or book a consultation. Your comfort, health, and smile are our top priorities.