Endodontic Consultation Specialist

Endodontists located in Glen Burnie, Baltimore and Timonium, MD

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Endodontic Consultation services offered in Glen Burnie, Baltimore and Timonium, MD

If you’re experiencing signs of an infected or damaged tooth, an endodontic consultation can provide guidance on how to address the matter. Juheon Seung DDS, MS, of Sterling Endodontics in Glen Burnie, Baltimore and Timonium, MD, offers comprehensive consultations that give you all the information you need to determine your best treatment plan. That process begins by booking a visit online or by phone, so don’t delay.

Endodontic Consultation Q & A

What is an endodontic consultation?

An endodontic consultation is a visit at Sterling Endodontics focused on determining which endodontic diagnostic and treatment services are the best fit for your current set of needs. These visits offer the chance to get to know Dr. Seung and his staff and learn more about what the practice has to offer.

During your visit, you’ll receive an assessment to determine the extent of damage or infection present within your tooth. This begins with a physical examination and might also include advanced imaging like cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) or other types of scans. 

You’ll learn whether your tooth can be saved. If so, Dr. Seung will discuss the pros and cons of various treatment options, including what will likely occur if you choose to forgo any form of treatment.

What questions should I ask during my endodontic consultation?

At Sterling Endodontics, patient involvement is a central part of the diagnostic and treatment process. You’re encouraged to ask any questions that arise as you contemplate your options. 

Feel free to ask about what to expect with various treatment options. You might want to know more about the recovery time, advance preparation, or statistics on how effective various treatments are. Many people want to know more about the timing of their treatment and whether they need to have other dental work done before or afterward. 

Finally, budgeting is always a common topic when planning for endodontic treatment. Be sure to ask about how your insurance coverage will apply or options for self-pay. 

How can I prepare for my endodontic consultation?

The best thing you can do to prepare for your endodontic consultation is to compile a written record of your health and dental history. Be sure to include a list of all prescription medication and supplements you’re taking, and discuss any conditions for which you’re being treated. 

If you’re a smoker, consider finding a smoking cessation program that works for you. Smoking robs your body of proper circulation and impedes the healing process, in addition to damaging your teeth and gum tissue. Quitting will help your body recover after endodontic treatment and boost your overall health and wellness. 

If you’re anxious about your consultation or worry you’ll miss important information, consider bringing a friend or loved one with you for your visit. Having a second set of ears can ensure you get all the details you need to make an informed decision about your care. 

When you’re ready to begin, call the office to set up a visit, or schedule online in just moments. 


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