06/24/2015
By: Ian T.
Advanced Endodontic Therapy
My favorite part of Advanced Endodontic Therapy is the staff overall, and all that they do to make sure your comfort level is great. If you ever are about to feel some type of discomfort, they let you know, and do their best to make sure it is minimum.
11/05/2015
By: Jacob T.
Advanced Endodontic Therapy
What was really amazing about Advanced Endodontic Therapy was I was able to see the before and after picture of my tooth after my root canal. So awesome! Clean office as well.
04/04/2016
By: Jannie S.
Advanced Endodontic Therapy
My experience with Advanced Endodontic Therapy was excellent. Dr. Fimple and his assistant continuously checked in with me to make sure I was comfortable.
04/26/2016
By: Shawn M.
Advanced Endodontic Therapy
I wish Advanced Endodontic Therapy the absolute best. I would not hesitate to recommend anyone with a bad tooth to this practice.
12/09/2015
By: Dennis J.
Advanced Endodontic Therapy
The entire staff at Advanced Endodontic Therapy was extremely professional and very sensitive to the patients needs.
02/02/2016
By: Matt T.
Advanced Endodontic Therapy
Dr. Fimple was accommodating to my claustrophobia. They worked well with me. Strongly recommend to all in Omaha.
03/30/2014
By: alicia.gravett
Vinton Street Dental
Everyone is very friendly, I get very anxious about going to the dentist and they are very kind and patient.
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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