Welcome to Los Angeles Center For Endodontics, the endodontic specialists of Los Angeles. Here is all of the information you will need as a patient. We hope that this saves you time. Keep in mind, if you have any questions that are not covered on this patient information page of our website, please contact us. We are more than happy to help you get all of your questions answered.
If you have never been to our office before, here is a complete list of our patient information pages along with a summary of what is on each page:
Your initial visit will consist of a consultation to explain your treatment options. Please assist us by providing the following information at the time of your visit… Read more about your first visit >>
We will schedule your appointment as soon as possible. We will make every attempt to see a patient the same day if they are in pain. Read more about scheduling>>
Please remember you are fully responsible for all fees charged by our office. We offer several payment options for your convenience. Read more about our policy>>
Our office is committed to helping you maximize your insurance benefits. As insurance policies vary, we can only estimate your coverage in good faith. We cannot guarantee coverage due to the complex nature of insurance contracts. Read more about insurance >>
One of the ways endodontists differ from standard dentists is in their utilization of hyper-advanced technology. You can be sure that we use the latest tech and instruments. Read more about technology >>
A notice of Health Information Practices are available in our office.
Parking can be difficult to find and expensive. So we are happy to inform our patients that we offer free parking inside the LA Medical Center Building.
For more information please visit our Parking Information Page.
We offer many specialized services to ensure that you will receive the care you need. We also strive to provide that care exactly when you need it.
Services we offer include:
Root Canal Therapy
Root canal therapy is when we enter the root canal through the crown of the tooth to remove the infected pulp. Some signs indicating you may need root canal therapy include:
- Tooth pain when chewing
- Prolonged sensitivity
- Discoloration of the tooth
- Sensitive or swollen gums
This is a surgical procedure we use when we need to get to the site of the infection and are unable to through standard root canal therapy procedures.
Retreatment may be needed if your root canal does not heal properly. This can happen for several reasons in which we cover on our root canal retreatment page.
Many people are unaware that there are actually multiple different types of cracks and chips. This is why we have created a page dedicated to explaining the different types of cracks and chips.
This may be needed for children that have a tooth infection. We cover what immature apices are and what your options are for treating them on our page linked at the beginning of this paragraph.
Emergency services may be needed for some patients. These services include things such as an emergency root canal or dealing with various types of dental trauma. If you feel as though you’re dealing with a dental emergency, please call our office or seek medical help immediately.