Endodontist Serving Bancroft, MI

Lindemann Root Canal Specialists Flint Office

Lindemann Root Canal Specialists is proud to provide top quality endodontic services to patients in Bancroft, MI, including root canal treatment, endodontic retreatment, pulpotomy, and apical surgery. Our office is conveniently located in Flint, a short drive from Bancroft, MI. 

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Lindemann Root Canal Specialists - Flint
4252 South Linden Road,
Flint, MI 48507
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Tel: 810-732-7900 | Fax: 810-732-6353
Monday - Thursday | 7:30am - 4:30pm Friday | Closed Saturday | Closed Sunday | Closed

Root Canals in Flint MI

Directions from Bancroft, MI

Head north on N Beach St toward Grand River Rd

Turn left onto Grand River Rd

Turn right to merge onto I-69 E toward Flint

Take exit 131 for Bristol Rd

Turn left onto W Bristol Rd

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left after Chemical Bank (on the right)

Lindemann Root Canal Specialists will be on the right

Call us today at 810-732-7900 to schedule your appointment!

About Lindemann Root Canal Specialists

Lindemann Root Canal Specialists Flint Office

Lindemann Root Canal Specialists have been serving the Flint and General Motors Community for over 40 years. We are situated in the heart of GM country in Flint Township. Our Flint Township office is located near the intersection of I-75 and I-69. We  serve the dental needs of patients in the surrounding areas including: Flint, Flint Township, Clio, Owosso, Birch Run, Saginaw, Bay City, Midland, Grand Blanc, Clarkston, Holly, Fenton, Linden, Corunna, Davison, Mt Morris, Montrose, Goodrich, Flushing, Swartz Creek, Burton, Lansing, Durand, Lapeer, Ortonville, and Columbiaville.

Drs. Michael and Matthew Lindemann have the impressive credentials you want in endodontists. Dr. Michael Lindemann received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and received his DDS, with honors, from the University of Detroit School of Dentistry. He completed his endodontic specialty training at the University of Michigan, earning a master’s degree. He continues to teach endodontics at the University of Michigan as an adjunct clinical professor. Dr. Matthew Lindemann also attended the University of Michigan, first graduating summa cum laude in Psychology and then receiving his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree with honors. He later attended The Ohio State University, where he attained his master’s degree in endodontics. Both doctors are American Board Certified and the only father-son team in the world with those credentials. Additionally, both are fellows of the following honorary societies: International College of Dentists, American College of Dentists, and the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Lastly, both doctors are Past Presidents of the Michigan Association of Endodontists, have helped run the State of Michigan Endodontic Licensure Committee, and have served as Endodontic Peer Review Chairmen for the State of Michigan.

Both doctors have completed many hours of continuing education and are active in many dental organizations, including the American Association of Endodontists, Michigan Association of Endodontists, the American Dental Association, Michigan Dental Association, and the Genesee District Dental Society.

Drs. Michael and Matthew Lindemann provide today’s most advanced endodontic procedures to help preserve teeth that have an infected or inflamed pulp. Causes of infection or inflammation include trauma, cavities, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, or a crack or chip in the tooth. If left untreated, these can lead to an abscessed tooth, pain, or even tooth loss.

Drs. Michael and Matthew Lindemann use the latest endodontic advances, including state-of-the-art microscopes with 5-24X magnification (since 1994, when few endodontist had such technology), and electronic apex locators (to aid in determining the precise location of the root end). In fact, microscopes are used in every case from start to finish, ensuring the best possible outcome. Plus, Drs. Michael and Matthew Lindemann put your safety first with single-use nickel-titanium files and sterilization equipment that meets the stringent standards set forth by OSHA.

Digital radiography with minimal radiation has been used since 1999, and CBCT (cone beam computed tomography) screening aids in optimal diagnosis and pre-surgical planning. All records are in digital format to guard patient safety and facilitate communication with your dentist.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Endodontics

What can I expect on my first visit?

During your first visit, we will review any records received from your general dentist as well as perform an examination of the tooth in question. We will go over your medical history and take x-rays, too. 

Our endodontist will then explain the root canal treatment – or any other needed treatment – so that you know what to expect. If you have any questions or concerns, this is a great opportunity to have them addressed so that you feel at ease for the procedure.

Should I bring anything with me to my first visit?

When you come in for your first visit, you will want to bring your dental insurance card (if you have one), a list of any current medications you are taking, and any documents, referral form,  and/or x-ray images provided by your general dentist. 

Do I need to arrive early to fill out forms?

The appointment time you are given allows for time to fill out forms, so you do not need to arrive early. For your convenience, we also provide our patient forms online. These can be completed and submitted online before your appointment if you prefer.

What type of payments do you accept?

We believe that all the residents of Bancroft, MI should have access to high-quality endodontic treatment. And that’s why we offer many different payment options, including cash, major credit cards, financing through CareCredit, and dental insurance. 

Our knowledgeable staff can help you determine the best payment options to meet your needs.

Is a root canal treatment covered by dental insurance?

Your dental insurance plan may or may not cover root canal treatment – it will depend on the specifics of your benefits. However, it is not uncommon for root canals to be covered, at least in part, by dental insurance plans. Keep in mind that you may need to meet your deductible first if you have one, and also have available benefits remaining for the current year.

Can I make an appointment online?

When you are ready to book your appointment with Lindemann Root Canal Specialists, you can request an appointment online. Simply complete the form, selecting your preferred day and time, and we will be in touch with you shortly.