Cracked or broken tooth?

Associated Dental Specialists is a specialty dental practice dedicated exclusively to non-surgical and surgical micro-endodontic (root canal) care.

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Associated Dental Specialists

5 out of 5 stars based on 1655 reviews.

Our Latest Patient Testimonial

I went into ADS Endodontist’s office with a lots of pain and don’t know what to expect. This turned out to be one of the best dental experience I could recollect from my past experiences. Dr. Madoori was so amazing, caring and professional to take the time to make sure I am comfortable and my needs are met. She took her time to explain the reason for my pain and what action would relieve my pain. The whole experience of my visit from entering the office to leaving has been very pleasant and pain free. Thank you Dr. Madoori and her amazing staff. You are the BEST.

- Madhavi M

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Our Latest Patient Testimonial

Dr. Hand is excellent! I was pretty nervous about my root canal after weeks of excruciating pain and he completely put me at ease. I didn’t feel a single thing during the procedure and he walked me through every step explaining it while making small jokes to help keep the mood light. I would recommend his services to anyone! Quick and efficient. Thank you.

- Jordan C

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Our Latest Patient Testimonial

Thank you, to the entire Associated Dental Specialists at the Cranberry location. They were amazing to work with. I am very grateful for all they did to help correct my dental issues. I would highly recommend this group and specifically, this office.

- Margo K

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What is a Root Canal?

A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures performed, well over 14 million every year. This simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need of dental implants or bridges.

Cracked teeth

Cracked teeth demonstrate many types of symptoms, including pain when chewing, temperature sensitivities, or even the release of biting pressure. It is also common for tooth pain to come and go, making it difficult to diagnose the cause of discomfort.

Chewing can cause movement of the cracked pieces of your tooth, and the pulp within the tooth becomes irritated. At the same time, when biting pressure is released, the crack can close quickly, resulting in sharp pain. Eventually, the pulp will become damaged and your tooth will consistently hurt, even when you are not chewing.


Are you experiencing a cracked or broken tooth?

Call Associated Dental Specialists to schedule an appointment at: McKnight Road / North Hills Phone Number (412) 367-4800

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