Endodontic FAQs

Why see an Endodontist vs. a General Dentist for a root canal?

A general dentist does receive some training in treating the pulp of a tooth. The Endodontist, however, goes through another two or three years of training to specialize in this area. The additional years of advanced training gives them an in-depth education concerning problems of this type. As a result of their specialty, Endodontists tend to see every type of problem and have years of experience in endodontic treatments and therapies.

What can I expect with a root canal?

The Endodontist’s primary objective is to save the original tooth rather than resorting to tooth extraction. One primary way to do this is to perform root canal therapy on the tooth. This means that the tooth is hollowed out and all the pulp and the nerves will be removed. Teeth that are fully developed do not need their pulp so, the hole is then filled with a rubber-like substance. After the root canal is completed, a crown will be placed on the tooth for long-term protection.

What other endodontic treatments are available at Dental Health Endodontics?

Our endodontic services include root canal treatment, endodontic surgery, severe or traumatic dental injury treatment, and endodontic retreatment.

Where is our Endodontic clinic located?

Dental Health Associates Endodontist

Fitchburg Endodontics Clinic
2971 Chapel Valley Rd.
Fitchburg, WI 53711
Phone: 608.442.4433
Fax: 608.442.4388

To schedule your first consultation appointment, please contact our office at 608-442-4433 or fill out our online appointment request form.

Referring Dentists

If you are a referring Dentist, you may use this referral form for your convenience: Online Endodontic Referral Form or click here for a printable version of the form.