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12/21/2015
By: Dayna R.
Huffstutter, G Robert
Dr. Huffstutter is an excellent dentist! I first began seeing Dr. Huffstutter during my pregnancy with my second child. It was an urgent health issue and I needed to have a determination whether it was dental or sinus related. He got me in the day I walked in to his office, made sure the issue was not dental and followed up with me to make sure I was ok, even though the issue was not dental. Since then, any time I have had a dental issue, he and his staff have been curteous and professional. They have gotten me in quickly, followed up after procedures or if I had an issue, even if it was the weekend and have been kind and caring. I am not a big fan of having to go to the dentist, but every visit I have had while under Dr. Huffstutter's care has been non-stressful and with as minimal pain as possible. I would highly recommend Dr. Huffstutter to anyone and will schedule my family to see him anytime there is a need! He is a great dentist and a great person! Dr. Huffstutter even goes to areas/ other countries to provide dental care to those in need but without means.
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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