& Care

Learn more about the treatments and procedures that may be discussed and how we partner with your dentist.

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What to expect after a root canal and the recommended steps for post-treatment care.

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Asked Questions

Let us dispel some of the myths about root canals and answer some of the frequently asked questions.

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Locations &

How to find us. Addresses, phone numbers and maps for our 4 Greater Toronto Area offices.

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We’ll Get to the Root of Your Problem.

You have likely come to our website because your family dentist has referred you to us for specialized endodontic treatment. Chances are, you require a root canal…

Relax, Root Canals Aren’t What They Used to Be.

We realize that you are likely in a fair bit of pain and discomfort and are dreading the thoughts of what comes next. You can relax. Modern root canal treatment is a quick and comfortable procedure these days thanks to advanced endodontic techniques designed to efficiently treat your tooth. Plus a number of sedation options are available to keep you relaxed and comfortable during a procedure.

You are in good hands. Endodontic Associates is one of the Greater Toronto Area’s oldest and largest endodontic practices. Our doctors and staff are committed to providing you the highest standard of care. We use state-of-the-art technology for diagnosis and treatment, while we also ensure a personalized and positive experience for you while under our care. Our ultimate goal is to save your natural teeth.

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Need a root canal? Don't be anxious. This informative video will walk you step by step through the procedure and explain how endodontists, the root canal specialists, can save your teeth!

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When your patient needs a root canal, we know they need to be seen right away. Download our patient referral form so that you can send them right over. ... See MoreSee Less

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If your patient has persistent symptoms that cannot be detected through nonsurgical treatment or x-rays, they may be a good candidate for endodontic surgery. Endodontists examine the root of the tooth to find the underlying issue causing your patient’s discomfort and pain.

Help your patients get their smiles back by heading to our website and downloading our patient referral guide!
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