The literature is replete with arguable outcomes, definitions, and timelines of success rates of endodontically treated teeth. Their validities have been debated for almost a century. As endodontic specialists, we define and strive to heal problematic and symptomatic teeth, but how does our individual outcomes compare to historical literature? What are we telling our patients? What are the expectations of our patients? This lecture aims to summarize the literature and summarize the cases and techniques demonstrating resolution and healing of symptomatic teeth with radiographic lesions from 100 different endodontic specialty practices in order to find insights into better individual outcomes and improve the reputations of endodontically treated teeth.