Dr. Fay Mansouri, Endodontist
THE HIGHEST RATED
WHY A MICROSCOPE?
Microscopic root canal treatment is performed by our specialists and uses a magnification of 25x to see details that are impossible to see with the naked eye.
The use of a microscope with a trained root canal specialist can lead to finding roots that would otherwise go unseen and
untreated. Microscopic root canal treatments have consistently resulted in a better outcome because they allow for extremely detailed procedures.
Dr. Dianat completed his endodontic residency and master’s degree in dental science at the University of Maryland. During his residency, he was recognized with the Tony Michael Ponti Memorial Award, which is presented to one graduating senior for excellence in clinical endodontics.
Dr. Dianat has published more than 70 endodontic clinical articles in high-impact journals, with a focus on guided endodontics, anesthesia, pulp regeneration, and root canal disinfection.
He believes that it is essential to integrate advanced technology and evidence-based practice to provide the most effective treatments for his patients. He is a gentle, compassionate, and skilled clinician who is committed to saving teeth and improving the oral health of all his current and future patients.
Dr. Dianat is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics and an active member of the American Association of Endodontists.
Skill and compassion go hand in hand when providing exceptional Endodontic Treatment in Orange County. As a dental professional, I stay up to date on the latest advancements in endodontics in order to provide the most current treatment options for my patients. As a doctor, I recognize that my patients are unique individuals who have placed a great deal of trust in me and my team. That is just one reason why I value each and every patient relationship.
I appreciate the time you’ve taken to visit this site and find out more about my Orange County endodontic practice, my team, and the many services we can provide to help you achieve optimum oral health.
“Hands down the BEST place if you have to have a Root Canal that I would recommend. I found this dental group on the internet after searching several places in Orange County. I loved the staff from the very first appointment! ALL were welcoming and very warm and friendly.” -A. R.
“I have now had two experiences with Irvine Endodontics, about seven years apart, once each with Dr. Mansouri. In a word, they are amazing. She performed my most recent root canal, and I felt no discomfort.”
– Jeff Gomes
We understand patients may feel nervous about having a root canal.We offer safe oral sedation to help reduce your anxiety and make your treatment more comfortable and relaxing.
Going to a dentist can be stressful. We do our best to make it relaxing.
A Comfort Menu will be given at every appointment that offers a blanket, pillow, and music. We also offer lavender Aromatherapy during your visit.
One of the most important specialties our doctors have is administrating effective anesthesia that leaves you pain-free during the entire procedure. Most of our patients are surprised about how comfortable their root canal is.
Laughing gas is a great way to relax, is very safe, and wears off quickly. In fact, patients who use conscious sedation with laughing gas can drive themselves home after treatment.
Root canal treatment is the removal of infected pulp from the pulp chambers and root canals of your tooth. Pulp is the innermost layer of your tooth and contains nerves and blood vessels, while tooth roots are the bony structures below your gum line responsible for anchoring your tooth in place.
When tooth decay passes through the enamel (outer layer) and dentin (middle layer), it infects the pulp and causes inflammation and pain. Infected pulp can also be the result of periodontal disease, tooth fracture, or an extensive history of restoration. Once the pulp becomes infected, the only way to save the tooth from extraction is to perform a root canal.
Root canals first remove the infected pulp tissue, then clean the remaining pulp chamber and root canals to rid them of any lingering bacteria. Once the pulp chamber and root canals are cleaned, then a filling material is placed within the root canals and pulp chamber to prevent further infection by sealing the tooth. Finally, a dental crown is placed over the affected tooth to protect it from damage.