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Welcome to Creekside Endodontics!

Are you looking for a Lone Tree Endodontist? Dr. Andrew Stubbs, Lone Tree endodontics specialist, has the specialized training and education to provide top quality endodontic services. Dental damage is common and can lead to tooth infections, but at our practice, you can receive treatment from an experienced endodontist. Dr. Stubbs uses environmentally friendly methods to help you achieve a healthy and functional smile. Dr. Stubbs was nominated as a Top Lone Tree Endodontist in 5280 Magazine!

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Endodontists solve problems related to the dental pulp. The pulp is the innermost layer of the tooth that holds the living connective tissues and cells. If the pulp becomes injured, it can result in serious pain and sensitivity.

We can keep you comfortable during your endodontic treatment with sedation dentistry and patient amenities. Not only do we care about giving you a healthier smile, but we also want you to have a spectacular experience with us.

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Root Canals

Root canal treatment saves millions of teeth each year. Dr. Stubbs can restore your natural smile and soothe your toothache by removing the damaged pulp, cleaning the space, and sealing it off from bacteria. Safeguard your smile and your overall wellness with this highly successful treatment.

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Sedation

Sedation dentistry can transform your perception of root canal treatment. Many patients are nervous about root canals and other endodontic procedures. Dr. Andrew Stubbs provides nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and IV sedation to guarantee a great procedure for anxious patients.

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Root Canal Sedation

We can help you find the perfect root canal sedation method for you.

Nitrous oxide is a sedative gas mixed with oxygen that is inhaled during your visit. It is a mild form of sedation that wears off within seconds after we halt the flow of gas.

Oral sedation involves taking an oral prescription shortly before your appointment. The medication will keep you awake but in a state of utter calm throughout your visit.

IV sedation is a deeper form of sedation that is administered through the veins. You will not fall unconscious, but you will feel so relaxed that you might doze off during treatment.

Let’s assess your endodontic needs at Creekside Endodontics. If you are nervous about a root canal treatment, or you have had poor experiences in the past, we can help you have a better treatment here. For more information about our practice, feel free to explore our website or give our office a call today.

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