Endodontic Surgery In Amman - 5 Stars Endodontic Clinic

No.1 Endodontic Clinic In Amman

Endodontic Surgery in a safe environment with no pain

Dental Microscope

Dental Microscope use in endodontic surgery at abumaizar dental clinics

The dental microscope is crucial in endodontics, offering enhanced precision and visualization for improved diagnosis and successful root canal treatments.


CBCT use in endodontic surgery at abumaizar dental clinics

Cone Beam Computed Tomography is indispensable in dentistry, providing detailed 3D imaging that aids in accurate diagnosis and treatment planning, particularly in complex cases, thereby elevating overall patient care.

Painless Anasthesia

Local anastheisa device use in endodontic surgery at abumaizar dental clinics

Painless local anasthesia device that delivers the local anasthetic agent in controlled pressure ensuring a painless experience.

9000 Patients
12000 Treated Root Canals
14 Years of Experience


Helena Derwash

"I’ve been attending this clinic for over 6 years and am always pleased with the service, and technical expertise of Dr Hasan. He is gentle and ensures my dental health and hygiene is maintained, diagnosed and treated. Great dentist with a lovely professional team."

Saad Shawwa

"Highly Professional, super clean, high tech devices, the assistant team are amazing and on top of everything. I highly recommend him to anyone who would ask for a root canal job. If I had to do a root canal in the future I would fly from the US to Jordan so he would do it"

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How long does endodontic surgery take?

    Endodontic surgery, like apicoectomy, usually takes between 30 minutes to 90 minutes, varying based on the complexity of the procedure. Shorter durations apply to simpler cases, while more intricate surgeries may extend the timeframe.

    Is endodontic surgery painful?

    Endodontic surgery is typically not painful during the procedure as local anesthesia is administered to numb the area. However, mild discomfort or soreness may be experienced in the days following the surgery, which can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.

    Do they put you to sleep for an endodontic surgery?

    Endodontic surgery, such as apicoectomy, typically involves local anesthesia to numb the specific area being treated, and patients are usually awake during the procedure.

    How long does it take to recover from endodontic surgery?

    Recovery from endodontic surgery, like apicoectomy, varies, but most patients can expect initial discomfort and swelling to subside within a few days to a week. Full recovery, including complete healing of tissues around the treated tooth, may take several weeks to months.