and Microsurgery, the team at Manhattan Endodontics is here
to serve your endodontic needs.
If so, you’re not alone. Millions of teeth are treated and saved each year with a root canal, or endodontic treatment...
YOUR ROOT CANAL SPECIALISTS
Thank you for your interest in Manhattan Endodontics. We are specialist members of the American Association of Endodontists. Our expert team, led by respected endodontists Dr. Andrew S. Melinger and Dr. Geoffrey L. Sas, possesses decades of endodontic experience that provides for the highest standard of professional care in a warm, comfortable, and friendly environment.
The doctors of Manhattan Endodontic Group are committed to the principles of accurate diagnosis, gentle care, and concern for our patients’ well-being. We prescribe treatment only when it is absolutely necessary and are conservative in our recommendations. Whether you require a root canal treatment, or any other endodontic procedure, our goal is to provide our therapy with unsurpassed quality, in a compassionate environment of professionalism and clinical excellence. We hope to exceed your expectations.
A root canal is one of the most common, and safe, dental procedures performed today. There are over 14 million of these endodontic procedures performed every year. This simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for dental implants or bridges. For more information on root canal treatment at our Manhattan endodontic office, please click here.
Endodontic (root canal) surgery may be prescribed to treat residual infections and painful symptoms that persist following conventional endodontic procedures. Damaged root surfaces or the surrounding bone may also be treated with a surgical procedure. The most common endodontic surgery used to save damaged teeth is an apicoectomy or root-end resection. For more information on root canal surgery at our Manhattan endodontic office, please click here.
Cracked teeth demonstrate many types of symptoms, including pain when chewing, temperature sensitivities, or even the release of biting pressure. It is also common for pain to come and go, making it difficult to diagnose the cause of discomfort.
Traumatic dental injuries often occur in accidents or sports-related injuries. Chipped teeth account for the majority of all dental injuries. Dislodged or knocked-out teeth are examples of less frequent, but more severe injuries.