Endodontics Elko Dental Specialists

Only Trust Your Smile To The Specialists

Our endodontic specialists are dedicated to helping you save your teeth. The most common procedure performed by an endodontist is a root canal and if it’s been a while since you’ve had one, we’ve got good news. The team at Elko Dental Specialists has the tools and experience to make the entire experience comfortable.

Whether you’ve been referred by your dentist or you’re just concerned about the health of one or more of your teeth, a visit to Elko Dental Specialists is a great choice. Putting it off is never a good idea. You’ve probably heard the old saying, “If you ignore your teeth they’ll just go away!” It’s true.

Rich Pulsipher, DDS, PC

Dr. Pulsipher was raised in Brigham City, UT.  Attended Utah State University for his undergrad, attended Creighton U for his dental training and completed his residency in Edodontics at the University of Illinois, Chicago.

Dr. Pulsipher has had successful practices in Salt Lake City & Provo for the past 20 years. He is a proud father of 5 and adores his 2 grandchildren. He is a diehard U of U fan! He loves the outdoors, boating and camping.

Dr. Pulsipher is very excited to be working in Elko with the other great specialists at Elko Dental Specialists!

Endodontic Treatment

The Best Choice

While all endodontists are dentists, less than three percent of dentists are endodontists. Dr. Brimley is a specialist, which means he has completed an additional two years of training beyond dental school. This additional training focuses on diagnosing tooth pain and performing root canal treatment and other procedures relating to the interior of the tooth. In many cases, a diseased tooth can be saved with endodontic treatment and anytime you can save your own teeth it's the right choice.

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Dr. Brimley and the team are excited to help keep your smile healthy. The work we do is both preventative and restorative and, when caught in time, can save you from much more invasive procedures in the future. That saves you time and expense and helps you keep a natural looking smile.

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To save time when you come for your initial consultation, please take a few minutes to fill out the required health history form. Choose the appropriate form below; print it at home, fill it out and then bring it with you to your appointment.

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