Welcome to Modern Care Endodontics
Where advanced training, specialized techniques, and state of the art equipment unite to give you the highest quality care with the best result.
Endodontists complete minimally two additional years of training beyond dental school. Our additional training focuses on diagnosing tooth pain and performing root canal treatment and other procedures using precision equipment relating to the interior of the tooth. We specialize in a technology called GentleWave making our procedures that much more effective.
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Our goal is to preserve your natural teeth whenever possible. Our team of highly trained doctors and technicians use the latest equipment and technology in our field to achieve this goal. You deserve the best when it comes to preserving your natural teeth.
A root canal is a procedure that Endodontists handle every day. Root canals are generally needed when a tooth is cracked or has extensive tooth decay where the tooth cannot be saved by a simple tooth filling.
Root Canal Re-Treatment
Root canals are performed successfully every day. However, there can be instances after a root canal is performed that require an Endodontist to treat with their specialized skill and equipment.
Endodontists work in a microscopic environment inside teeth. They are able to do this with their advanced training and with the aide of advanced technology; primarily with the use of the operating microscope.
Our Professional Affiliations
Endodontists work closely with general dentists to provide specialized patient care needs. Because we specialize in root canal treatments, patients can have a piece of mind that they are being treated with the highest care standards and treatment.
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