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Endodontic Treatment in Scottsdale, AZ

If you are experiencing some of the signs and symptoms of someone who needs endodontic treatment, we can help.

Endodontic Treatment
Are you in need of endodontic (root canal) treatment in Scottsdale? There are signs and symptoms to look for to determine if endodontics is in your future, and the best thing to do is to go to a dentist to have those symptoms analyzed. By doing so, you’ll know whether or not you are in need of a root canal procedure, or another procedure to address your toothache or oral pain. Dr. Glen E. Doyon is an endodontist, a dental specialist whose practice performs root canal procedures. By now you may be asking “what is endodontics?” anyway, and that’s OK. Should you be referred to us, we will go over any endodontic procedure you may need in great detail with you. Are you experiencing sensitive teeth, discoloration, swelling of gums or other symptoms? If so, consult your dentist in order to determine your next move. The Center for MicroSurgical Endodontics collaborates with dentistsValley wide in providing patients like you with the care they need.

Dr. Glen Doyon is one of the most respected names in the field of endodontics in Scottsdale and throughout Arizona. His work, which includes root canals, dental implants, CBCT scans and more, is a valued resource for general dentists and their patients. How do you know if you are in need of endodontics to deal with your pain? Start by consulting with your dentist when you begin experiencing signs and symptoms such as:

  • Sensitivity to heat or cold
  • Discoloration of teeth
  • Tenderness of tooth or gums
  • Swelling of gums
  • Biting pain

It is important to note that sometimes, like high blood pressure or heart disease, there are no symptoms. Your dentist will be able to tell you if a visit to the Scottsdale endodontist is in order. If one is, our experienced team is here to provide the caring environment and professional care you need.

The Center for MicroSurgical Endodontics is a respected name in our field because of the work of Dr. Glen E. Doyon and his team. No matter the cause, the oral pain you are feeling, is not likely to get better on its own. In fact, it will likely only get worse until you seek the dental treatment you need. You may reach our practice by calling (480) 767-8888. Another great way to learn about our services is by visiting our website at Don’t wait until your tooth pain escalates. If you are experiencing any or all of the symptoms listed above, the time to act is now. 

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