Salt Lake City Endodontics - Rocky Mountain Endodontics
At Rocky Mountain Endodontics, our specialty is the dental pulp—it’s not glamorous, but we have a “soft spot” for dental dirty work. As specialists, our endodontists and team of support staff provide a number of services and procedures to our neighbors in Salt Lake City. From endodontic therapy (also known as root canal therapy) to the treatment of dental trauma, like cracked teeth, we’re the dental team you want chair-side during your most intense dental emergencies. Endodontic retreatment, root canals and dental surgeries are sometimes necessary. If you’re facing a serious dental treatment, you deserve to have the most experienced dental care team on your side.
The dental pulp contains nerves and other important (and sensitive) necessities. When it’s damaged or diseased, you need the best endodontic treatment in order to save the tooth—and yourself from needless pain and suffering. In addition to four years of dental school, endodontic residency takes an additional two to three years of post-graduate training.
Something to Smile About
In the US, there are only 50 endodontic training programs. For SLC residents, they’re lucky to be in close proximity to one of the finest endodontic practices in the country. At Rocky Mountain Endodontics, we only have one goal: To provide you with premium specialty dentistry and make a tough situation easier, smoother and as comfortable as possible.
Every member on our team is committed to endodontic treatment, and to giving you back that winning smile. While regular dental care is crucial for overall health and well-being, sometimes you have to dig a little deeper to get the best results. We understand that facing any type of surgery or trauma can be overwhelming. That’s why we match the best dental practices with premium patient care.
The Rocky Mountain Difference
From the moment you arrive to your follow-up appointment, the Rocky Mountain Endodontics staff members make you—our patients, neighbors and friends—our top priority. Things can get a little too rocky in the Rockies sometimes. When that happens, we’re at your service and will get you on the road to recovery as soon as possible.
We get it. Seeing a “specialist” can sound like a big deal, but when the root system of your teeth isn’t 100 percent, it certainly can be. That’s why we work with our patients to design a plan of action that works with you, your preferences and your insurance. What’s so special about our specialists? Come find out, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.