Construction Alert: The Cannon Dr. relocation project and 315 ramp closures may change your driving route into campus. Please visit our Directions and Parking page for driving directions and updates. Call 614-688-3763 for directions assistance.
May 7 – Mid-August 2018
Northbound SR- 315 Exit Ramp to Medical Center Drive / King Avenue Closed.
Please use Lane Ave. exit and follow directions on our Directions and Parking page.
June 11 – Late November 2018
Entrance Ramp to Southbound SR-315 at Cannon Drive and 12th Avenue Closed.
When leaving the dental clinic, please turn left out of the 12th Avenue garage, right to Neil Ave., and right to King Ave. Turn left on Olentangy River Rd. to access SR-315 South OR right on Olentangy River Rd. to access SR-315 North.
- What is Endodontic treatment?
- Why would I need Endodontic surgery?
- Why would I need another Endodontic procedure?
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I schedule an appointment?
You can schedule an appointment by calling 614-292-5399.
What do I need to schedule an appointment?
Patients will need a referral from their general dentist explaining what tooth/teeth require root canal treatment/evaluation. Printable copy of our referral form.
What do I need upon arrival to my appointment?
Please bring a copy of your completed referral, a government issued photo ID, and your insurance card if applicable. If you are a new patient to the Advanced Endodontic Clinic please arrive 30 minutes earlier than your scheduled appointment.
What kind of insurance does the Advanced Endodontic Clinic accept?
Delta Dental and state sponsored programs - Medicaid, CareSource, Molina and United Health Care Community Plan. Treatment for patients with state sponsored programs may require prior authorization from the insurance provider. Co-payments and treatment not covered by these insurance plans must be paid up front. Patients with other insurance carriers who have out of network benefits will pay in full and we will submit a claim to your carrier asking them to reimburse you.
*State sponsored insurance plans do not cover the dental procedure code D9110 – Palliative Treatment of Dental Pain, commonly referred to as an emergency root canal start, root canal therapy is still covered. Patients will need to pay out of pocket for the D9110 procedure. Should you have any questions about coverage please contact your insurance provider.*
How much does a Root Canal treatment cost?
A Root Canal treatment can range anywhere from $575-$895* depending on which tooth needs treatment and the type of treatment needed.
Do you have a payment plan?
Currently, the College does not have a payment plan. Treatment is fee for service and full payment is expected at time of appointment. There is no sliding fee scale. The College accepts - Cash, check (established patients only), Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover (including Flexible Spending credit cards).
What if I need emergency treatment care for my tooth?
We advise patient with referrals who are experiencing pain to come in during our Emergency Walk In hours. Emergency patients in pain will be charged a $158.00 fee for emergency treatment in addition to the cost of the root canal treatment. Patients without a referral who are experiencing pain may come in through the College’s Emergency Clinic. For more information about the Emergency Clinic please call 614-292-2751, option 1 or visit the Dental Emergency Care Clinic page.
Who will be completing my treatment?
Your treatment will be completed by one of our first, second or third year Endodontic Residents.
Who should I contact if I have any questions?
If you have any questions please contact us at 614-292-5399 and one of our front desk staff members will happily assist you.
*Please note: Fees are effective 1/1/2014 and are subject to change