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DC Endodontic CenterDr. Angela Noguera Dr. Vivian Click
2021 K Street NW, Suite # 305
Washington, DC 20006
endodontics
Dr. Angela Noguera
Dr. Vivian Click
Board Certified Endodontists
2021 K Street NW, Suite #305
Washington, DC 20006

Patient Testimonials

Great endodontist! Dr. Click is very experienced, very professional and very positive. Dr. Click and her dental assistant made sure I understood the procedure, and while they were working on my tooth, they explained what they were doing. I did not feel any pain at all, not even discomfort, and when Dr. Click informed me that she was done, I could not believe it.

S Baer

Dr. Noguera did an exceptional job retreating a 20 year old root canal that had become infected. This was a very time consuming and highly technical task. Not only did she successfully treat the infection, but she was able to repair and salvage the old root canal and crown. I highly recommend Dr. Noguera! 

Chuck F.

I am so grateful to Dr. Click for such a pleasant, reassuring, and expert root canal procedure. I was very anxious going into my appointment but she and her team made me feel welcome, cared for, and confident in the path of treatment. Thank you, Dr. Click!

Kati

 

Don’t worry, most people are fine following treatment!

Instructions following root canal therapy:

  • Don’t chew on the treated side.  Expect tenderness to pressure/chewing for about 3-6 days.
  • Avoid hard, crunchy foods.
  • Take medication as instructed.
  • Brush and floss as you would normally.
  • Minor discomfort is not unusual.
  • See your general dentist within approximately one month.

Instructions following surgery (apicoectomy):

  • Don’t chew on the treated side.
  • Do not lift or pull on lips.
  • Take medication as instructed.
  • Eat soft foods.
  • Day of surgery:  Apply ice pack to face over surgical site for 20 minutes on, 10 minutes off.
  • Day after surgery for at least 3 days:  Rinse mouth often with warm salt water (one teaspoon salt in 8 oz. warm water)
  • Some swelling or bruising is not unusual.
  • Brush chewing surface of teeth carefully.  Avoid the gum at the surgical site.  Mouthwash may be used.
  • If there is fever, swelling or uncontrolled discomfort, please call the office.

If you have questions or concerns, PLEASE call us, 202-835-3636.

We are here for YOU!

 
 
2021 K Street NW, Suite # 305
Washington, DC 20006

Phone:
202-835-3636
202-835- ENDO