Root Canal Specialist in Tulsa

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The Tulsa root canal specialist Dr. Amy E. Stone at Tulsa Endodontic Associates is ready to make you pain-free. Dr. Amy E. Stone took over Tulsa Endodontic Associates shortly after she graduated endodontic training in 2006.  She is an Oklahoman and wants to do everything she can to help the people of Tulsa rid themselves of tooth pain. Her partner Dr. Zack S. Ritter is also an Oklahoman. Together Dr. Amy E Stone and Dr. Zach S Ritter will provide the absolute best possible service for their clients. If you’re having tooth or mouth pain give them a call at 918-481-6622.

If you don’t know what an Endodontist does or what endodontics are then let me educate you really quick. Endodontics is a specialized type of dental care that deals with the tooth, the pulp, and any surrounding tissue. Put simply endodontics was developed to remove infected and damaged nerve tissue from the tooth’s root canal. An endodontist is a person who is highly trained in performing these procedures. The Tulsa root canal specialist Dr. Amy Stone completed her endodontics training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She is highly trained at performing root canal procedures on mild to extremely difficult cases of infection.

Dr. Zach S. Ritter another Tulsa root canal specialist at Tulsa Endodontic Associates completed his endodontic training at Louisiana State University. Amy Stone and Zach S. Ritter joined forces at Tulsa Endodontic Associates to bring the absolute best endodontic care to the residents of Tulsa. They, as a team will ensure that your infected or damaged teeth receive the best possible care and get back to as close to new as possible. So, if you have tooth pain, and your dentist is going to refer you to an endodontist, there are no places better in Tulsa than Tulsa Endodontic Associates.

If you only heard the term root canal and don’t actually know what it is let me tell you in as shorter way as possible. A root canal procedure is designed to rid your tooth of its current infection. This is done in the following steps. Step number one,  numb the tissues around the infected tooth with anesthesia. Step number two, make a small opening through the top of the tooth down into the root canal. Step number three, remove any infected pulp or infection from the tooth. Step number four fill the tooth with a permanent filling to prevent further contamination or infection. Step number five, place a crown on top of the tooth to seal it.

The steps of a root canal procedure sound fairly straightforward. However, they take a highly trained professional to perform them correctly. Just like many things that sound simple in theory are extremely difficult and require a tremendous amount of skill to actually accomplish. The Tulsa root canal specialist Amy E. Stone and Zach S. Ritter at Tulsa Endodontic Associates have perfected their skill of performing root canal procedures. They have done this with their training and through their experience. To learn more about them go to www.root canals toll’

Dentist or Endodontist

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Are you in need of a Tulsa root canal specialist? You’re in luck because the Tulsa Endodontic Associates has two of the best in the whole state of Oklahoma. Dr. Amy E Stone and Dr. Zach S Ritter were born and raised in Oklahoma. Dr. Amy in Pawnee Oklahoma and Dr. Ritter in Stillwater Oklahoma.  They are young, ambitious, and extremely skilled endodontists. They are highly trained in performing root canal procedures. So, if you have tooth pain and are headed into the dentist make sure that you get a referral for the Endodontists at Tulsa Endodontic Associates, or you can give them a call directly at 918-481-6622.

They believe in providing exemplary service and ensuring that every patient that they see comes out with a positive solution. They want to ensure that their patients leave their office feeling better than when they walked in. When it comes to customer service and client satisfaction, they go over the top to ensure their customer’s experience is amazing. One of the ways they do this is with the hiring of their staff. They make sure that the hire only the best possible people to work with their clients at their clinic.

On top of hiring the best people, they also make sure that they have sufficient amounts of people on hand to assist with anything that possibly could come up. They have an office manager to ensure that all the appointment setting, paperwork, and instructions are reliably delivered to all necessary parties to ensure a smooth procedure. They have an insurance and scheduling coordinator to make sure that everything goes smoothly when it comes to billing the insurance companies. And they have four dental assistants on staff to ensure that when they are doing a procedure they always have enough help on hand to focus on the exact things that they are good at.

So when you’re looking for a Tulsa root canal specialist to fix your infected tooth, there is no place better in Tulsa to go to then Tulsa Endodontic Associates. They will get you fixed up good as new as knew in no time. Well, as close to good as new that’s possible with an infected tooth.  To minimize the pain during the root canal procedure Dr. Stone and Dr. Ritter will use general anesthesia. However, if you have anxiety over dental work they also are able to do sedation dentistry.

The next time you go to your dentist for tooth pain have him refer you to one of the Tulsa root canal specialist at Tulsa Endodontic Associates if he believes the tooth pain or the infection is too advance of a case for him to handle. Endodontists are specially trained to handle advanced cases of infection of the root of the tooth and surrounding tissues. They go to an extra 2 to 3 years of school or residency to learn exactly how to treat these more difficult cases of tooth infection.  Dr. Amy Stone and Dr. Zach Ritter also completed this advanced training in endodontics to ensure that they could bring absolute best solutions to their patients.