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Common Questions


The fee for your endodontic treatment will be based on the extent of treatment. During your consultation we will discuss the treatment options, probable number of visits, their length, and the fees involved.

Cone Beam CT imaging will also likely be required at the time of your consultation and the fee for this scan is $175.00.The charges for a consultation are as follows:

Single tooth consultation $210.00 + $175.00 = $395.00

Double tooth consultation $220.00 + $175.00 = $410.00

Triple tooth consultation $235.00 + $175.00 = $425.00

Multiple tooth consultation (4+ teeth) $285.00 + $175.00 = $475.00

Endodontic treatment fees usually range from $900.00 to $3,500.

We ask that you pay for your treatment at the end of each appointment

We do not deal directly with insurance companies at this time.



ACC Policy

If you require treatment as the result of an accident it is our policy that your care is paid for at the time of treatment.

If the accident is registered with ACC we will submit an invoice to ACC once your treatment is completed and this will be reimbursed directly to our practice which will then be direct credited into your bank account. Please ensure that you have provided our practice with your correct bank account details so that this money can be reimbursed to you.

A full discussion about ACC policy will be had at the time of your consultation or you can request a copy of our detailed policy. 


Will the treatment be painful?

We will take every measure to ensure that your procedure is in no way uncomfortable or painful. If treatment is needed, we will inject a small amount of anesthesia to gently numb a concentrated area of your mouth. For most patients, the feeling of numbness usually subsides after 2-3 hours.


What should I expect following endodontic treatment?

The root canal system inside your tooth has been thoroughly cleaned, and irritated tissue and bacteria that have caused you to need root canal treatment are gone.

It is normal to feel some tenderness over the next few days as your body undergoes the natural healing process. You may feel some tenderness in your jaw from keeping it open for an extended period of time.

Your tooth may continue to feel slightly difference from your other teeth for some time after your root canal treatment has been completed. However, if you have severe pain or pressure that lasts more than a few days, please contact our rooms

Will I need to return to your office for follow-ups after the procedure is finished?

Mike may recommend that you return to the office for a check-up 6-12 months after the procedure is finished. Our office will send a reminder notice to you when you are due for a recall appointment. Otherwise you can follow-up with your General Dentist at your regular check-ups.