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- WHEN DO YOU NEED A ROOT CANAL?
- WHEN DO ROOT CANALS FAIL?
- WHEN CAN ROOT CANAL PROBLEMS DEVELOP UNDER CROWNS?
- WHEN LARGE FILLINGS CRACK OVER TIME...
- THE IMPORTANCE OF FLOSSING AND 6 MONTH CHECK UPS
- WHY YOU SHOULD SEE YOUR DENTIST IF YOU'RE IN PAIN.
- WHEN YOU SHOULD BE REFERRED TO AN ENDODONTIST
- THE IMPORTANCE OF REGULAR CHECKUPS
Great Neck Endodontist Serving Manhasset, Roslyn, Bayside, Little Neck, Douglaston, & New Hyde Park!
Thank you for your interest in Great Neck Endodontics. Dr. Peter Rybak and the entire staff at our Great Neck, NY office want to make your office visit as comfortable as possible.
Saving your natural tooth should always be your first choice when dental care is needed. A common dental procedure called a root canal, may enable you to save your natural tooth and avoid the need for more costly alternatives, such as implants or bridges. Endodontists (root canal specialists) are dentists who have advanced specialty training in root canal therapy and associated procedures, such as retreatment of root canals and apical surgery. They can help you diagnose and fully understand a root canal related problem. Because they limit their practice to endodontics, they treat patients with root related problems every day. Endodontists use their advanced training, experience and special equipment in treating patients with both simple and difficult root canal issues.
By referring you to our office, your dentist has shown their concern that you receive the best endodontic care possible.
You may print and fill out patient registration and consent forms off of our website prior to your appointment. Patient registration and consent forms are located under the heading 'Patient Information.'
We hope that the information on this website provides you with answers to your questions about endodontic treatment. Great Neck Endodontics proudly serves Manhasset, Roslyn, Port Washington, Lake Success, New Hyde Park, Bayside, Little Neck, Douglaston and the surrounding communities. If you would like additional information, please contact our office at 516-441-5060.
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