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Glendale, CA 91202

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The Advantage of Choosing A Root Canal Specialist

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Let’s face it, nobody wants to be in a position where they need root canal surgery — but it’s just a common fact of life, and the process is now more pain-free and streamlined than at any other time in history. If you find yourself needing a root canal, the best that you can do is to have yours performed by a skilled specialist in the field.

Can A Regular Dentist Can Do My Root Canal Surgery?

Yes, they can, and they would probably do a competent job of it. We’re not here to say otherwise: we’re just saying that they’re not a specialist.

A pediatrician could probably deliver a baby, too, and not make any mistakes or cause any harm. But nobody schedules a delivery with a pediatrician, and there’s a reason for that.

In medicine, the General Practitioner who only rarely referred their patients to a specialist is a thing of the past. Now, Family Doctors refer their patients to specialists whenever possible, to assure that those patients get the finest care available. Medicine has changed to this model because it works better for the patients, getting them the best possible outcome and compartmentalizing health care in an efficient way.

Dentistry is no different. Your regular dentist is the person most qualified to give you regular exams and spot potential problems. It’s likely that they don’t clean anyone’s teeth, but have a specialist who does that for all of their patients. There is no reason for a root canal surgery to be treated any differently from this. If a specialist exists for what you need, it’s an option worth exploring.

What Is a Root Canal Specialist?

It seems obvious, but it’s worth looking at closely. A root canal specialist has spent their training and career specializing in root canal surgeries, and they have carefully honed that skill.

Root canal surgery is the central focus of their career, and they have more experience with root canals than anyone who is not a specialist. This is what makes them a specialist, and you can reasonably expect a specialist to do their job better than a non-specialist could.

If you must have root canal surgery done, don’t you want it done by a specialist?