Welcome to Edmonton Microendodontics. We are an endodontic specialty practice. We look forward to being of service to you. By referring you to our office, your dentist has shown their confidence in our ability to provide endodontic treatment in a compassionate environment of professionalism and clinical excellence.
Dr. Manjinder S. Lalh, is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists. For 23 years has been providing endodontic specialty services for patients from Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and the NWT.
Our Commitment To You
- Determine the source of tooth, oral or facial pain.
- Recommend and perform appropriate treatment in a caring and comfortable manner.
- Evaluate the course of healing. We will schedule, at no additional cost to you, recall appointments towards a successful outcome.
- Provide treatment in an environment that adheres to the standards of Infection Prevention Protocols as directed by the Alberta Dental Association and College.
We hope that the information provided here answers many of your questions about endodontic treatment. If you would like additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at Edmonton Office Phone Number 780-425-8930.
Root Canal Treatment
A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures with well over 14 million performed in North America every year. This treatment option can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for extraction. For more information on root canal treatment, please visit our root canal page.
Root Canal Retreatment
With the appropriate care, your teeth that have had endodontic treatment will last as long as other natural teeth. Yet a tooth that has received endodontic treatment may be associated with persistent disease or re-emergence of disease. In these instances endodontic retreatment may be necessary. For more information on endodontic retreatment, please visit our endodontic retreatment page.
Root Canal Surgery
If endodontic disease persists after conventional endodontic treatment, the endodontist may advise endodontic surgery. This procedure can be used to locate fractures or hidden canals that do not appear on x-rays. The most common surgery is an apicoectomy or root-end resection. For more information on root canal surgery please visit our root canal surgery page.
To provide you with a better understanding of endodontic therapy, we have provided the following multimedia presentation. Many common questions pertaining to root canals are discussed.
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