Great quesiton. The following video will likely answer many of your questions.
"Hi, I am Dr. Brian Kleinman and I am a root canal specialists (endodontists). I do root canals exclusively. Two years of education at an accredited university after graduating from dental school are required to be a root canal specialist.
I have taken the additional steps to become a board certified endodontis. Board certification requires multiple years of study and passing multiple examinations while in practice. This process ensures that I am up to date on the newest and best technology to save teeth. The process to become board certified is a long and hard one. This is why the vast majority of endodontist are not board certified. I strive to be the best at all I do and board certification is one way you can be assured we offer the best care possible to our patients.
We will minimize your time in the chair. Typically from the moment you sit in the chair we will have you in and out in about 90 minutes or less. Your comfort and providing the highest quality of care is our primary concern. Below are testimonials of patients we have recently treated regarding the quality of care they were given at our office."
Patient Testimonial: "Due to the skill of Dr. Brimhall one of my teeth was saved. I had a root canal done in PA that failed and abscessed and needed an apicotomy which was done by an oral surgeon in PA. The abcess never fully cleared. I moved to AZ and my general dentist here referred me to Dr. Brimhall and he found a 4th canal that was missed. He redid my root canal and I am in the process of a full recovery thanks to the expertise of Dr. Brimhall. Thank you so much!"--Sandra Alger--local
Patient Testimonial: "I was very very anxious and the girls calmed me down. Your office staff and procedure are excellent. The young lady that describes each step is wonderful I can not be thankful enough. "--Sandra Bradley
Patient Testimonial: "I was very pleased and satisfied with the service being so professional. I'm also very happy I went to you for my root canals. I would & will recommend your office to anyone I talk to about root canals," states Phil Robinson of Prescott, AZ.
Payment plans available through CareCredit. Call Danielle for more information.
Northern Arizona Endodontics does see "same day" emergencies for you. If you do not have a general dentist or are unable to reach your general dentist, he will help you. He will assist you to get out of pain. If you do not have a general dentist, he will refer you to a dentist so you can continue to receive excellent dentistry for your overall oral health.
Call 928-778-7181 to make an appointment.
Dr. Kleinman and our staff will make every effort to make your appointment as stress free as possible. We hope you will notice the atmosphere of the office is calming. We use soothing music throughout the office and offer a variety of beverages in our reception area. We take a personal interest in our patients. We want to find out about their lives and how they feel about things and get a better sense about where they are emotionally and mentally as we prepare to take care of the treatment of their teeth.
Dr. Kleinman is a natural talker. He was born and raised in Prescott and plans on being here for the rest of his life. Don't be surprised if he talks to you about how you came to Prescott. He says "I really want to get to know my patients, because it is more than likely I will see them around town or our children will go to school or play sports together. This is my home, I love Prescott and the wonderful people that live here." This feeling of community is one reason why Dr. Kleinman feels comfortable giving his patient's his cell phone number for after hours emergencies.
Nothing is as good as your natural teeth!
Saving your natural tooth should always be your first choice when dental care is needed. Nothing, not even the most advanced bridges and implants, can truly replace your natural tooth.
If your dentist recommends extracting your tooth, ask if it can be saved with an endodontic procedure, also known as root canal treatment. Endodontic treatment removes the injured pulp (soft inner tissue) of your tooth and fills and seals the space.
Your tooth is then restored and can function just like any other tooth usually for the rest of your life, ensuring comfortable chewing and a natural appearance.
Endodontists can often save the most severely injured teeth.
If your tooth cannot be saved — and some cannot — you may consider replacements such as a bridge or dental implant. Your options may depend upon the condition of surrounding teeth and bone structure.
Do everything possible to save your teeth before considering extraction. Nothing is as good as your natural teeth!
Experience You Can Trust-serving the endodontic needs of Northern Arizona for over 15 years.