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Endodontic Therapy

Commonly known as root canal treatment, endodontic therapy is used to remove the infected pulp and nerves from the tooth's root canals. During endodontic treatment, your root canal dentist uses small files to clean the pulp from the chamber and shape the canals. The canals are then filled to seal the chamber off from infection. A dental crown is usually placed to restore and protect your tooth from further damage. After your visit to your dental endodontist is complete, you may return to your general dentist for your restoration.

Oral Surgeon

There are a wide variety of proceedures an oral surgeon might perform. Impacted wisdom teeth are very common. An oral surgeon can remove them surgically to prevent damage to the jaw, gums, and other teeth. It is possible for other teeth to also become impacted, or damaged so severely that they must be removed. Oral surgeons often replace such teeth with dental implants to prevent other teeth from shifting, and to preserve the look of a full set of teeth. Dental implants usually consist of a synthetic tooth attached to a screw that is placed in the jaw.


Periodontists are trained to perform certain surgeries that address gum problems that cannot be addressed by nonsurgical treatments. Some treatments are also cosmetic in nature and help the patient achieve a more attractive smile.

These procedures include:

Pocket reduction procedures: Gum disease causes pockets of tissue to form around the teeth. The bigger these pockets, the more space available for bacteria to thrive. These bacteria can destroy gum tissue and bone, leading to tooth loss. Pocket reduction procedures can reduce the size of these pockets, which help preserve the tissue and bone.

Regenerative procedures: These surgical procedures help regenerate bone and tissue destroyed by bacteria. First, bacteria are removed and after, bone grafts or tissue-stimulating proteins are used to help regenerate these structures.
Other services might include crown lengthening and soft tissue grafts.


Orthodontics is the study of dentistry that is concerned with the treatment of improper bites, and crooked teeth. Orthodontic treatment can help fix your teeth and set them in the right place. Orthodontists usually use braces and retainers to set your teeth. There are, however, orthodontists who work on reconstructing the entire face rather than focusing exclusively on teeth. After a course of active orthodontic treatment, patients will typically wear retainers, which maintain the teeth in their improved positions while surrounding bone reforms around them.