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Patient Testimonials

I found myself in quite a painful predicament the day after Christmas. To my utter surprise I needed an emergency root canal on my front tooth. Dr. Lambert fit me in later in the day and while I was very nervous was so relieved to have the tooth taken care of. The office was beautiful and had a spa feeling. Dr. Lambert and all the staff were extremely accommodating, professional, comforting, and assuring. The procedure was utterly painless, and Dr. Lambert was very meticulous. They even let me pick the radio station. Being someone whose anxiety is soothed through music, this little touch meant so much. Dr. Lambert also called me the next evening to check in and make sure all was well. I can't say enough good things about Dr. Lambert and his staff. Thank you again for saving the day!

Angela D

Not sure where to start. I have horrible anxiety when it comes to my teeth. They are sensitive and numbing has not always worked properly. The entire staff - from Blair and Shawn at the desk - were amazing from the initial calls and explaining everything. Dr Lambert and his assistants were great. Dr Lambert knew exactly how to treat my issue and anxiety about my numbing issue. The actual procedure was pain free, I did not feel claustrophobic, and he listened to my concerns. I honestly wish I could use him for all my dental needs. I 110% recommend Dr Lambert. You won’t be disappointed.

Chris Sutton

I cannot say enough about Dr Lambert & his staff. I had an emergency root canal that came up in the middle of December. Crazy time for sure but I was able to get an appt ASAP & wrapped up in a matter of days. No one wants a root canal but I have to say Dr Lambert legit makes it as painless & seamless as possible, checking in along every step of the way. This was my third root canal with Lambert & Associates and they continue to be in a class by themselves. From the first phone call to follow up post visits this staff is at the very top of their game. Between Dr Jason & Blair, there is no better team to trust your care to. A huge thank you to them for all they did for me, simply outstanding & could not be more pleased with my care.


My experience with Dr. Lambert and his staff was outstanding. I was not sure of what to expect which caused anxiety, but it was unfounded. My experience was totally without pain or discomfort! And everyone was very professional and helpful and the facility is immaculate. I am truly very pleased, satisfied and thankful to Dr. Lambert!


Dr. Lambert was absolutely amazing with my 10yr. Old Grandson. I was so nervous that it would be painful and traumatic for my grandson. He came out after his root canal and said “It was a piece of cake”! He was a “new man”! I am so glad we went to Lambert Endodontics … I highly recommend them to everyone!!! Thanks Dr. Lambert and Staff.


What is an Endodontist and what do they do?

Endodontists are dentists who specialize in maintaining teeth through endodontic therapy -- procedures, involving the soft inner tissue of the teeth, called the pulp.  The word "endodontic" comes from "endo" meaning inside and "odont" meaning tooth.  Like many medical terms, it's Greek.  All dentists are trained in diagnosis and endodontic therapy, however, some teeth can be especially difficult to diagnose and treat.  That’s why you may have been referred to Lambert Endodontics.

In addition to dental school, endodontists receive two or more years of advanced education in this kind of treatment. They study root canal treatment techniques and procedures in greater depth, for diagnosis and treatment of more difficult cases. For this reason, many dentists choose to refer their patients to endodontists. 

Dr. Lambert distinguished himself by graduating first in his dental school class before pursuing three additional years of training in endodontics - this allowed him to simultaneously receive both his endodontic certificate as well as his Masters in Endodontics. 

What Happens During Endodontic Treatment? or What is a Root Canal?

A local anesthetic will be given.  A sheet of latex called the "rubber dam" (we've got nonlatex ones too) will be placed around the tooth to isolate it, hence keeping it clean and dry during treatment.  The treatment consists of three or four basic steps, but the number of visits will depend on your particular case.  Some treatments take 2 visits but many are just a single visit.  Occasionally 3 appointments are needed.

In any case, it depends on the degree of infection/inflammation and degree of treatment difficulty.  To me, it's more important to do it the very best we can then to meet a specific time criteria.  Let's look at the basic steps for nonsurgical endodontic therapy.

There are, of course, no guarantees.  Root canal or endodontic therapy has a very high degree of success, up to 90%.  Teeth which can be treated near ideal have a success rate up to ninety percent!  We will discuss with you the chances of success before any endodontic procedure to help you make an informed decision.  If a root canal or endodontic therapy is unsuccessful or fails you still have options.

Diagnoses and Treats Pain

Oral pain such as toothaches or cracked / fractured teeth can often be difficult to pinpoint.  Because of the vast network of nerves in the mouth, the pain of a damaged or diseased tooth often is felt in another tooth and/or in the head, neck, or ear. An endodontist is a specialist in diagnosing and treating this type of pain.

Treats Traumatic Injuries

Pulp damage is sometimes caused by a blow to the mouth, and the endodontist specializes in treating these traumatic injuries. For example, a blow to a child's permanent tooth that is not fully developed can cause the root to stop growing. A procedure called apexification stimulates bone to be deposited at the end of the root which makes it possible to then save the tooth through a root canal procedure. An endodontist is specially trained in procedures for replanting teeth that have been knocked out of their sockets.

Will I need to return to your office for Additional Visits?

Once endodontic therapy is completed your tooth should be examined periodically, usually every 6 - 12 months.  This allows us to make sure the tooth has healed or is healing properly.  You will be sent a notice in the mail when we feel it is appropriate to reevaluate the area.  Since an abscess may take 2 years to heal, our office will reevaluate the tooth for at least 2 years.


Occasionally a tooth that has undergone endodontic, treatment fails to heal or pain continues despite therapy. Although rare, sometimes a tooth initially responds to root canal therapy but becomes painful or diseased months or years later. When either of these situations occur, the tooth often can be maintained with a second endodontic treatment.

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