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By: David S.
Birmingham Endodontics
They had the police deliver a small court summons for a bill less than $200 that we had never heard went unpaid by insurance. I would never go here again. The summons arrived by police at 6:30am, woke up my 15 month old, and have both of my daughters terrified and my wife crying. Their billing practices are so over the top that I would never ever use them again.
By: Jamie W.
Birmingham Endodontics
I saw Dr. Caprara for my root canal, and it was the best dental experience I've ever had. Not only is he and his staff professional, they are courteous and thoughtful. Always asking me throughout the visit, how I was doing. I was shown a lot of concern and compassion. He's also great with the injections. I didn't feel a thing the entire visit. Thanks, Dr. Caprara!
By: Richard B.
Birmingham Endodontics
"Doctor" Darren Cissell assaulted me. He screamed at me, poked me in the chest, and pushed me backwards into a wall. Don't see him unless you want to be treated the same wayl
By: melissa.jabaay.9
Morgan Dentistry
The dentists are very gentle and thorough
By: melissa.jabaay.9
Morgan Dentistry
Friendly Knowledgable staff, gentle and great dentists
By: melissa21711
Birmingham Endodontics
Very clean officeExcellent staff (cares about patients, called the day after root canal to check on me)Dr. Caprara was extremely informative and took his time explaining what he was doing. He was interested not only in my comfort but also about myself in general (made small talk). I would absolutely recommend anyone and everyone to this practice! I had read a few negative reviews prior to my arrival and they were far from the truth!!!
Tips & Advices
During a root canal therapy session, an endodontist removes inflamed or infected dental pulp, cleans the inside of the tooth, then fills the area with a rubber-like substance.
Patients who have not been sedated are usually fine to drive after a root canal procedure. Still, they should check with their endodontist just to be safe. Patients that have been sedated should have a friend or family member pick them up.
Endodontic therapy is the treatment of inflamed or infected soft tissue inside the tooth known as the pulp.
No, patients do not need a referral to see an endodontist.
Root canal costs vary depending on the number of roots the tooth has. A procedure on the front row, where teeth usually have only one root, costs around $700 per tooth. A procedure on the molars, which can have up to three roots, costs around $900.

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