Endodontic office Marine Park
If you’re in need of a good endodontist, you’re in the right place. Our Endodontic Office Marine Park is an endodontic specialty practice that is limited to endodontics; which is the art of saving your teeth. Our expert endodontist, Michael I. Feinberg is a root canal specialist who will provide you with the exceptional care you need.
When you choose our Endodontic Office Marine Park, you’ll be in excellent hands. Dr. Feinberg is a highly skilled and experienced endodontist who has been in practice for over thirty-five years. He’s skilled in the latest, most advanced endodontic techniques and strives to exceed your expectations. You can rest assured that you’ll be well taken care of in our office. Our office is comprised of knowledgeable, warm and friendly staff members; dedicated to providing you with the exceptional care you deserve. We understand that many people get anxious when getting dental procedures done. Our compassionate staff members will make each visit with us as anxiety-free and as pain-free as possible in our warm, comfortable office environment. The many services offered at our practice include: the evaluation and diagnosis of oral pain, root canal therapy, endodontic retreatment, surgical endodontics-apicoectomies, treatment of fractured, dislodged and avulsed teeth and the treatment of Cracked Tooth Syndrome. No matter what treatment or procedure you need, you’ll always receive the finest of care at our practice. Your oral health and well-being are priorities for Dr. Feinberg and the rest of our team. You can count on us if you have an endodontic emergency. We’re here seven days a week and have early morning and late evening appointments available. Contact our office right away if you have an endodontic emergency and we’ll take care of you as quickly as possible. If our office is closed, please leave a message with our call service and the doctor will contact you.
Call our office to schedule an appointment with Dr. Feinberg today. One of our friendly Endodontic Office Marine Park staff members looks forward to your call and to assisting you.
Root Canal Therapy Marine Park
Our root canal therapy Marine Park may not be something you look forward to, but when you consider that it not only offers you relief for the unpleasant symptoms you’re experiencing, but also has a 90% success rate in saving your tooth, perhaps you should look forward to it. At the office of Michael I. Feinburg, it’s a comfortable procedure done with expert precision and gentle care by our dedicated endodontist, who specializes in root canal.
The most common cause of the problems that lead to our root canal therapy Marine Park is that your tooth has become infected. Ordinarily, your tooth’s protective layers shield it from the effects of bacteria, but that can change when you have a large cavity, deep filling, or a chipped or cracked tooth. Those layers become compromised. The pulp of the tooth is located inside, at the base, right next to the nerve. That’s where the infection is. Less often, the pulp can become damaged due to some kind of dental trauma. Among the symptoms that you may have, the most prominent is pain, especially when you chew or you apply pressure to the tooth. Other possible signs are sensitivity to hot and cold foods and drinks, gum tenderness, and tooth discoloration. Our root canal therapy Marine Park is one treatment option, and the favored one. Otherwise, the tooth would have to be extracted. Doing so, however, means that your smile is incomplete, your other teeth can shift and cause discomfort and misaligned jaws, and your ability to chew might be hindered. Tooth replacements are available, but require time, effort, and money.
With most patients reporting very little or no discomfort at all during root canal, this non-surgical procedure is essential to restoring your dental health. Call us right away to arrange an appointment.
Marine Park dislodged teeth
If you need any kind of dental work done, it is always best to have it done as soon as possible. Knowing that you need to see the dentist, have major work done, or need to undergo oral surgery can certainly be nerve wracking, but waiting to have any major dental work done or to have a specific injury or other concern looked at can be bad in the long run. Here at the offices of Michael I. Feinburg, we can help you no matter what, including dealing with issues like Marine Park dislodged teeth.
When it comes to things like oral injury, it is always best to see a dentist as soon as you can. Whether you have chipped a tooth or dislodged a tooth, every matter should be taken extremely seriously. You never know whether a particular issue will get worse or even if it may be more complicated than you initially think. Having a dentist take a look at the issue as soon as possible is the best course of action. Here at the offices of Michael I. Feinburg, we can make sure that you are seen as soon as possible. When he is able, Dr. Feinburg will meet with you, assess the situation, and figure out what sort of treatment method will work best for you and suit the issue. When it comes to Marine Park dislodged teeth, if a tooth is salvagable or caught early, it may be put back in place, but if too much time has passed or the tooth is far too damaged, then it may need to be removed completely. Dr. Feinburg will choose whatever option is the most beneficial and will make sure you get the best comprehensive care possible.
If you need someone to take care of Marine Park dislodged teeth or any other sort of oral injury, visit us here at the dental offices of Michael I. Feinburg right away.
Marine Park dental surgery
A root end resection, or apicoectomy, is done as a remedy for a failed root canal treatment. Here at the office of Michael I. Feinburg, we’re committed to saving your natural teeth whenever possible. It’s the entire point of root canal to begin with. But before you consider having a tooth extracted, let us tell you more about our Marine Park dental surgery.
When the tooth that had already undergone root canal has become re-infected, the best method for addressing the situation is often a root end resection. Some failed root canals are best managed with endodontic retreatment, which is a do-over of the original procedure. Our endodontist will do an examination and will take x-rays in order to make an evaluation about what path is best to take to treat your tooth. If our Marine Park dental surgery is the agreed upon solution, the procedure will seem similar to an extraction in that your gums must be open to get to the root of the tooth. Of course, you will be sufficiently numbed with local anesthesia before any work is started. Any bone that is blocking access to the root will be removed. The root tip along with the infected tissue will be gently taken out, and a special filling is then applied so that there is a good chance of preventing future infections. Your gums are then sutured closed to complete our Marine Park dental surgery. The result is a tooth that will remain strong and viable. Extracting the tooth not only means drawbacks such as a less appealing smile, shifting teeth, misaligned jaws, and inefficient chewing, but also the need to replace the tooth. That brings with it additional time and cost.
If you are having pain or other unusual symptoms related to a tooth that has undergone root canal, contact our office immediately to set up an examination.
Marine Park endodontist
Root canal therapy, or simply root canal, has come a long way. You may still think of it as something scary, but those days are over. With modern equipment and techniques, and especially as performed by a specialist like our Marine Park endodontist, you can be assure that the procedure will be a comfortable one, and that with a high success rate, you will be able to retain your natural tooth. At the office of Michael I. Feinburg, root canal is the solution for the pain you’re in, not the cause of more of it.
Root canal is required when your tooth’s pulp becomes infected. This is the part down at the base, next to the nerve. Ordinarily, your tooth’s protective layers keep out harmful bacteria. But a large cavity, deep filling, cracked or chipped tooth allow bacteria to breach those layers and get inside. Don’t berate yourself, though. Even the most diligent patient, who brushes and flosses daily, and gets a complete checkup and cleaning every six months, can end up needing the help of our Marine Park endodontist. The most obvious symptom is pain, which can range from mild to excruciating, especially when you apply pressure to the tooth or chew with it. You may also notice sensitivity to hot or cold foods and drinks, tooth discoloration, or tender gums. Time is important. The longer you go without treatment, the more likely it is that you could lose the tooth. Root canal is done under local anesthesia. You should feel very little or even no pain at all during it. Access to the pulp is had by drilling the tooth from the top. The injured pulp and nerve are removed, the canals are cleaned and disinfected, and then sealed. When root canal is completed by our Marine Park endodontist, you will have a permanent crown made and placed by your restorative dentist.
At the first sign of tooth pain, call our office and set up an appointment. We will get you in as quickly as possible.