Specialist in Saving Teeth

If you’ve ever experienced severe tooth pain, you know how much it can affect your life. That’s why visiting an Endodontic specialist to diagnose and treat complex causes of tooth pain is so important. And at EOI-NYC, we’re available 24/7 to diagnose and treat your tooth pain.

Dr. Nima Dayani is an endodontic specialist with over 20 years of notable outcomes and surgery successes. He’s highly skilled in identifying difficult-to-diagnose tooth pain and performing successful surgeries like root canals and tissue repair.  But don’t take our word for it — read through 100’s of five-star reviews and trust the referrals of some of New York City’s most respected general dentists. 

If you’re experiencing extreme pain with no relief in sight, EOI-NYC specialists, including Dr. Dayani, are standing by to help you day and night.

Immediate & Effective Pain Management

Many dental emergencies and causes of dental pain are associated with endodontic problems. An Endodontic specialist is trained to address the problem and provide appropriate therapy. Our specialists at EOI-NYC work closely with patients to determine an appropriate treatment plan and are experts in procedures that help eliminate pain and prevent reoccurrence.

Before, during, or after your appointment, our specialists use modern techniques and anesthetics to keep you comfortable. Whether it’s the middle of the night or during your lunch break, we get you in fast and end the pain as soon as possible.

Experiencing tooth pain? Call us for an emergency appointment. 

Scheduling an Appointment

Take your tooth pain seriously. Schedule an appointment with an endodontic specialist if you are experiencing any of the following:

  • Consistent tooth pain
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures
  • Swelling around the teeth, gums, or face
  • Recent injury to a tooth.

At EOI, our reliable specialists are in the office when your regular doctor isn’t. Don’t wait for a callback. Make an appointment now to end the pain and prevent any further damage to your bone, gums, or jaw.