Welcome to Redmond Endodontics
Endodontist in Redmond WA
Thank you for your interest in Redmond Endodontics, a dental practice specializing exclusively in all phases of non -surgical and surgical endodontic care. We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you as a patient and look forward to providing you with the exceptional endodontic care you deserve.
Endodontic treatment, or “root canal therapy” is one of the specialties in dentistry recognized by the American Dental Association. Our well-trained and experienced staff, led by Dr. Eichenberger and Dr. Kramp, are committed to practicing the specialty of Endodontics at the highest level. As members of the American Association of Endodontics (AAE) the focus of treatment is to balance state of the art technology with scientific and clinically proven treatment in order to provide a comfortable and predictable result for you.
Advancements in dentistry continue to reinforce the importance of communication within a team approach to dental care. We at Redmond Endodontics support this philosophy and make it our priority to provide both patients and referring dentists with information regarding treatment options and the follow-up every patient deserves.
The GentleWave Procedure is a state-of-the-art alternative to standard root canal treatment. The ultracleaning technology of the GentleWave Procedure is an advanced combination of fluid dynamics and a broad range of soundwaves that work together to reach into the microscopic spaces and remove bacteria, debris and tissue.
Read more & watch a video about the GentleWave Procedure
We hope that the information provided here answers many of your questions about endodontic treatment.
Root Canal Redmond
A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures with well over 14 million performed every year. This endodontic therapy treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for dental implants or bridges. For more information on root canal treatment at our Redmond endodontic office, please contact us.
Root Canal Retreatment
Endodontic (root canal) surgery can be used to locate fractures or hidden canals that do not appear on radiographs but still manifest pain in the tooth. Damaged root surfaces or the surrounding bone may also be treated with this procedure. The most common surgery used to save damaged teeth is an apicoectomy or root-end resection.
To provide you with a better understanding of endodontic therapy, we have provided the following multimedia presentation. Many common questions pertaining to root canals are discussed.