Endodontic Treatment


Endodontic Dentistry

You might be experiencing pain to hot or cold temperatures, biting, swelling, gum sensitivity, abscess, discoloration of the tooth, or you may have no symptoms at all. 

You might be experiencing these symptoms because of deep decay, trauma, chipping, cracking, or repeated dental procedures. In some cases, the inside of a tooth (called the pulp) dies, or becomes necrotic, for no apparent reason. Dr. Kost is trained and qualified to resolve the issue.

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Specialized Care

Your General Dentist likely referred you to see an Endodontist for treatment on one or more of your teeth. With Dr. Kost, you'll receive the specialized endodontic care you need.

Highly Qualified

All Endodontists complete two years of post doctorate education to become a specialist. That’s approximately 10 years of college. You're in good hands.

Root Canal Treatment

Endodontists save teeth that have infections or necrosis. The most common procedure they use is a root canal treatment. More than 14 million teeth receive some form of root canal treatment each year.

Quality Care

We'll make sure you're well taken care of and all your needs are met. With Dr. Kost, you'll receive superior endodontic care.

Appointment Booking


(301) 530-6195

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