Frequently Asked Questions

Here is some basic questions you may have. Please feel free to contact us for more information.

We take time to get to know you personally, and after we have completed an endodontic diagnosis we will advise you of all the treatment options available to you. As your endodontist our job is to educate you and explain to you what to expect.
Our job is to provide you all the treatment options available to you so that you may make an informed decision that is in the best interest of your oral care. Our goal is to allow you to ask questions, inquire about your options, and discuss your concerns. We encourage you to be actively involved as we aim to provide you with the best endodontics care

Your first visit would generally take around 1 hour which includes the time that is set aside for the endodontic diagnosis; however, at times the visits could take twice as long.


A. Your referral slip
B. Dental Insurance Information
C. List of medications currently taking

Please note that if you are under 18, we require that your parent or guardian accompany you during your first visit.
Please ensure that you notify our staff if you have any medical conditions that should be of concern prior to treatment including but not limited to diabetes, high blood pressure or heart conditions. Please also remember to advise our staff whether you are on any medication and or need to take any medication prior to having any dental work done.

After explaining to you how endodontic treatment works, you will undergo an endodontic diagnosis we will advise you the type(s) of the treatment you require to save your tooth. Depending on our office’s schedule and the required treatment, you may commence treatment during your first visit, or schedule the treatment for another time.

Treatment costs vary depending on the type of treatment required. You will be advised of the cost prior to proceeding with any treatment, so that you may evaluate your options.


Root canal therapy will be performed under local anaesthesia.
Please eat a full breakfast or lunch as applicable.