What Can I Expect When I See an Endodontist? Part 3 – First Office Visit.

Welcome.  Whether this is your first visit to our office or you are returning, rest assured we are very pleased you have chosen Langley Endodontics for your endodontic care.  Our goal is to make this the best dental experience you have ever had.
As most people who come into our office have an appointment, we …

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On October 29, 2014, posted in: News for Patients by

What Can I Expect When I See An Endodontist? Part 2 – First Contact

The first contact for you, the patient, with our office, comes in different looks depending on your general dentist.  Some dentists prefer to call our office directly and speak with one of our Patient Coordinators (PC).  Some prefer to email or fax over your information and have our PC call you directly, and some dentists …

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On August 25, 2014, posted in: News for Patients by

What Can I Expect When I See An Endodontist? Part 1 – The Vision

Most people are a little unsure of what to expect when they make an appointment to see a Root Canal Specialist (Endodontist).  The majority of people who see an Endodontist are referred by their general dentist.  General dental office varies in the type and quantity of information they provide for their patient prior to the …

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On August 25, 2014, posted in: News for Patients by

How Do I Get To See An Endodontist When I Need A Root Canal?

Many times over the years I have been asked the question: “Do I need to see my general dentist first when I need a root canal or can I call you directly?”  Dentistry does not follow the same model as medicine.  With medical issues, MSP – Medical Services Plan of British Columbia – dictates that …

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On August 25, 2014, posted in: News for Patients by

What Is An Endodontist?

Endodontist is a fancy name for a Root Canal Specialist.  An Endodontist’s training begins the same as all general dentists with a preparatory Bachelors degree, usually in the Sciences, followed by a four year degree in the Faculty of Dentistry.  A degree in Dental Medicine allows you to put Doctor in front of your name …

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On August 25, 2014, posted in: News for Patients by

Saving a Knocked-Out Tooth

Approximately one to three million permanent teeth are accidentally knocked out each year. Both adults and children are at risk.
With proper emergency action, a tooth that has been entirely knocked out of its socket often can be successfully replanted to last for years. Because of this, it is important to be prepared and …

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On November 2, 2012, posted in: News for Patients by

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Cracked Teeth

Today, people are extending the optimal health of their teeth thanks to advances in dental procedures. At the same time, people are also exposing their teeth to many more years of crack-inducing habits and stress. Cracked teeth are becoming increasingly more common, yet these teeth can often be saved if treated promptly.
 


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On November 2, 2012, posted in: News for Patients by

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