The Highest Standard of Endodontics Care

Endodontics encompasses a wide range of surgical and non-surgical procedures that keep the teeth free from diseases and injuries of the pulp and surrounding tissue.

Endodontic Microsurgery

Endodontic Microsurgery is a modern surgical technique to operate on tiny blood vessels or nerves.


Welcome To Our Practice!

Our endodontic facility uses state of the art equipment for the treatment of our patients in a relaxed, professional atmosphere. Each patient receives the Doctor’s undivided attention from the moment treatment is initiated until the end of the procedure without interruptions. Dr. Rambod Kamrava uses evidence-based techniques to provide same day, single visit root canal therapy. Immediate and definitive treatment at the time of the visit is available if upon scheduling it is requested. Treatments are strictly evidence based so that patients will have the most optimal potential for healing.

Our mission is to provide the highest level of surgical and non-surgical endodontic care; patient comfort, quality, and service are our priority. Our philosophy highlights advanced technology to achieve clinical excellence. The surgical operating microscope is used for all conventional and surgical cases, as it is the standard of endodontic care at our facility. Our goal is to provide such outstanding service that neither the patient, nor the referring dentist, would consider seeking treatment elsewhere.

Office Hours

  • Monday – Friday
    8:30 am – 5:00 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday

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Endodontic Treatment

Endodontics is a specialty of dentistry that addresses the soft inner tissues of the teeth and surrounding bone.

Conventional Endodontic Retreatment

During a retreatment the Endodontist re-opens the affected tooth, removes the filling material placed during the initial procedure, and examines the tooth for new damage.

Endodontic Treatment vs. Implants

Research has proven that endodontic treatment and dental implants are equally successful. Therefore, it makes sense to start by trying to save your natural tooth.

Conventional Endodontic Treatment

A root canal becomes necessary when the tooth’s inner tissues, ‘the pulp,’ become infected or inflamed. This can happen because of deep decay, cracks in the tooth, or other damage.

Endodontic Microsurgery

Endodontic Microsurgery may be the best treatment option if a tooth, previously treated by Root Canal, exhibits signs or symptoms of persistent or recurrent infection. 

Odontogengic Tooth Pain

Odontogenic pain refers to pain initiating from the teeth or their supporting structures, the mucosa, gingivae, maxilla, mandible, or periodontal membrane.

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Dr. Rambod Kamrava, D.D.S.

Specialist Member of American Association of Endodontics

Dr. Rambod Kamrava, received his DDS degree from the University of Southern California in 2001. He subsequently completed a one-year hospital residency at LAC/USC County Hospital where he cared for and treated medically compromised patients. He went on to complete his specialty training in Endodontics at the University of Pennsylvania in 2004. Dr. Kamrava’s Endodontic training and experience has provided him with the ability to treat all types of endodontic cases—both conventionally and surgically. All cases performed by him are done so with the use of a surgical operating microscope.


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