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Finding an Endodontist near You
Often, the 1st step pre-surgically or alternatively, to avoid an apicectomy
altogether, is to have '
re-treatment'.

Endodontic re-treatment entails root-canal treating the tooth again.  This is carried
out best by specialist dentists trained in such matters, known as
Endodontists.  
Apart from specialist training, they will have the specialist equipment that often
means a resolution of the
endodontic problems and possibly no need for any
surgical endodontics at all.

Evidence shows that
endodontic re-treatment is more successful that surgical
treatment (i.e.
apicectomy) of these teeth.

Occasionally, even
re-treatment fails and an apicectomy has to be carried out;
studies show that these
apicectomies are more successful if they have had
endodontic re-treatment beforehand.

Your local
Endodontist can be found by going to the website,
www.bda-findadentist.org.uk.
Alternatively, you can contact NHS Direct on 0845 4647 or your local PCT who will
be able to help you find an
Endodontist.

You can also search for an
Endodontist at the website,
www.nhs.uk/England/Dentists.

You can visit the British Endodontic Society website,
www.britishendodonticsociety.org.uk.

There is a search engine on the website that helps you find an
Endodontist closest
to you.

This site website also provides information about
Endodontics in general.
Last Updated 11th September 2011