The most advanced equipment and practices

Miami Root Canal Specialists is a dedicated team of dental professionals with advanced specialty training in root canal therapy, root canal retreatment, endodontic surgery, and all other types of endodontic procedures.

To provide you with the highest level of care possible, we rely not only on our many years of collective clinical experience but also make use of the most up-to-date technological advancements. The cutting-edge tools used at Miami Root Canal Specialists allow for improved accuracy in diagnosis, faster and more precise treatment, and—ultimately—better outcomes for patients.

Take a moment to browse a few of the state-of-the-art technologies used by the team at Miami Root Canal Specialists.

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Specialized Dental Operating Microscopes

The dental operating microscope is an essential part of the modern endodontic practice. It aids the doctor in visualizing tiny details within the tooth that, if missed, could negatively impact the outcome of your treatment. All endodontic procedures at Miami Root Canal Specialists are performed with this valuable tool. The level of illumination and magnification obtained with the dental operating microscope help us to provide you with the highest quality of care possible.

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Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is another important tool in endodontics. A CBCT scan produces a three-dimensional image of your tooth and allows us to visualize tiny details that could never be seen on traditional 2D radiographs (X-rays). This type of scan can aid us both with diagnosing your discomfort and with developing an appropriate treatment plan for your specific tooth. The CBCT scan can also assist us with visualizing the anatomy inside your tooth before starting a procedure. This additional information helps us to be more conservative in our approach and can often help us to complete your procedure more quickly.

Watch this brief video to learn more about the use of CBCT in Endodontics

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Digital Radiographs and Photography

During your evaluation and treatment, we will capture two-dimensional radiographs (X-rays). These images will be taken using advanced digital sensors that require only a small fraction of the radiation dose that was needed in the past. The images—available instantly for evaluation—can be magnified and digitally enhanced to visualize small details in your tooth.

For select cases, we may also choose to capture digital photos of your tooth. By using a digital camera that is connected directly to the microscope, we are able to take these images at very high magnifications. These digital images can be very useful in documenting the condition of your tooth at the time of evaluation and during treatment.

Helpful Root Canal Technology Video from the American Association of Endodontists

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Endodontic treatment has advanced considerably over the past few decades. Watch this video to learn how endodontists, the specialists in saving teeth, use advanced technology and expert training to provide their patients with the highest level of care.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Technology

Can root canal treatment be done without a microscope?

Yes. Up until the 1990s, nearly all root canal therapy was performed without the aid of a microscope. Since that time, it has become an important part of the procedure for the majority of endodontic specialists. No endodontic procedures are performed at our office without the aid of the microscope. The magnification and illumination it provides helps us to see tiny details in the tooth that, if missed, could negatively affect the outcome of treatment.

Do you take a CBCT scan on every patient?

No. We do not perform a CBCT scan on every patient comes in for an evaluation. The scan is generally reserved for cases where additional information is needed that cannot be provided by traditional, two-dimensional radiographs (X-rays). Many patients are treated without the use of 3D CBCT imaging.

Can a CBCT scan help to find out why my tooth hurts?

In cases where tooth pain cannot be diagnosed with the use of traditional two-dimensional radiographs (X-rays), A CBCT scan may help in determining the cause of your tooth pain. Often, evidence of pathology/disease can be hidden on 2D imaging. Where 2D imaging fails, a 3D CBCT scan may aid in identifying an infected tooth, finding hidden anatomy, or in finding evidence of cracks in teeth.

What can you see on a CBCT that you can’t see on regular X-rays?

The information on traditional two-dimensional radiographs (X-rays) can be affected by the overlap of the tooth with other anatomy in the area (sinuses, cheekbone, nasal cavity, etc). As a result, pathology can be hidden on 2D imaging. Where 2D imaging fails, a 3D CBCT scan may aid in identifying an infected tooth, finding hidden canals, or in finding evidence of cracks in teeth. A 3D CBCT scan allows the scanned tooth to be viewed in cross-section from all angles, making the evaluation of the tooth much easier.

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