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Endodontists Near Newton, MA

North Shore & Brookline Endodontics is proud to provide top quality endodontic services to patients in Newton, MA including root canal treatment, endodontic re-treatment, apicoectomy (apical surgery), and sedation endodontics. In addition, we provide expert diagnoses of dental pain as well as treatment of cracked teeth and traumatic dental injuries. Our Brookline, MA office is a short drive from Newton, MA.

North Shore & Brookline Endodontics

1 Brookline Place, Suite 505
Brookline, MA 02445
Monday | 8 am - 5 pm
Tuesday | 8 am - 5 pm
Wednesday | 8 am - 5 pm
Thursday | 8 am - 5 pm
Friday | 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday | Closed
Sunday | Closed

Dental Emergencies

If you are experiencing a serious or life threatening emergency, please call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.

Located in the Longwood Medical Area at the intersections of Brookline Ave and Route 9. Accessible by car or via public transportation.

By Car: Parking Garage or Public Metered Parking.

By Bus: Take the 65 or 66 bus to the Brookline Village stop.

By Train: Take the Green – D Line train to the Brookline Village stop.

Servicing Brookline and nearby communities including (but not limited to) Allston, Belmont, Boston, Brighton, Cambridge, Chestnut Hill, Dedham, Jamaica Plain, Newton, Roslindale, Roxbury and Somerville.

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Call North Shore & Brookline Endodontics

If your family dentist has told you that you should get a root canal or if you are experiencing dental pain, call us at 617-735-8500 to make an appointment in our Brookline office. We will do our best to stop your discomfort and save your tooth from extraction if possible.

Patient Testimonials

"Thank you for excellent service!"
Lyudmila M. – Newton, MA


"I had two root canals, one with Dr. Shah and one with Dr. Shamritsky. Both were excellent. Everything went smoothly. I experienced no pain during the procedures and no discomfort afterwards. Everyone in the office was very professional. I felt that I had received the best care possible. And when the insurance company overpaid, which I wasn't even aware of, they sent me a refund. I highly recommend Brookline Endodontics."
Deborah B. – Newton, MA


"I had very positive, painless experience.I am thankful to Dr. Shamritsky for his professionalism and thoughtfulness, many thanks to his wonderful assistant."
Alla L. – Newton, MA

Frequently Asked Questions About Endodontics in Newton, MA

What procedures do endodontists do?

Endodontists are specialists in diagnosing and treating dental pain. Our services include root canal treatment (also known as endodontic treatment), endodontic re-treatment, and endodontic surgery (apicoectomy). We save teeth that suffer traumatic dental injury, as well as teeth that are cracked or fractured.

Why would my dentist send me to an endodontist?
Dentists refer patients to endodontists when they are experiencing unexplained tooth pain or sensitivity, when a tooth is cracked or fractured, or when a root canal treatment is needed.
Should I go to a specialist for a root canal?
Yes, it is recommended that you see a specialist for a root canal treatment. While a general dentist may perform a few root canals each month, an endodontist performs root canals every day. In addition to having more extensive experience, endodontists receive an additional two to three years of education and training after graduating from dental school. Endodontists are specialists when it comes to treating dental pain and saving teeth.
Can I get my tooth pulled instead of having a root canal?
It’s always an option to have an extraction rather than pursuing root canal treatment, but it is worth taking the necessary steps to save your tooth. There is no restoration available that looks, feels, or functions exactly like your natural teeth.
Is sedation available for a root canal?
Yes, our practice offers sedation endodontics. Your safety and comfort is our top priority.
Is a root canal painful?
Many patients are nervous about root canal treatment because they have heard that root canals are painful. With current endodontic techniques and local anesthetic injections, modern root canals are not painful at all. We recommend visiting the American Association of Endodontists website to learn more about this and other myths surrounding root canal treatment.

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