CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19 ADELAIDE LOCKDOWN
We regretfully announce the temporary closure of North Terrace Endodontics from Wednesday 21st July, 2021. This decision has come after the announcement from SA Health on 20th July 2021.
The health and wellbeing of our staff, doctors and patients are our priority and we believe we have an important role to play in the prevention of the COVID-19 spread.
If you have an emergency, please contact the Australian Dental Association SA Branch on 8272 8111 or visit the website https://www.adasa.asn.au/
Endodontics ADELAIDE SA
About North Terrace Endodontics
Thank you for your interest in North Terrace Endodontics. We are specialist members of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontists, the Australian Society of Endodontology and the Australian Dental Association. We look forward to being of service to you. Our expert team, led by respected endodontic specialists Drs Jack Linn, Ian Trantor and Barbara Plutzer, includes our friendly experienced support staff. We aim to provide the highest standard of professional care in a friendly, comfortable environment.
By referring you to our practice, your dentist has shown their concern that you receive the finest endodontic care possible. Our goal is to provide unsurpassed quality in a compassionate environment of professionalism and clinical excellence.
We hope that the information provided here answers many of your questions about endodontic treatment. If you would like additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us on ADELAIDE Office Phone Number (08) 8223 1093.
Root Canal Treatment ADELAIDE SA
A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures with well over 14 million performed every year. Endodontic treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for dental implants or bridges.
For more information on root canal treatment at our practice, please visit our root canal page.
Root Canal Surgery ADELAIDE SA
Endodontic (root canal) surgery can be used to locate fractures or hidden canals that do not appear on x-rays 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 apicectomy or root-end resection. For more information on root canal surgery at our practice, please visit our root canal surgery page.