Who We Are
Endodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry that deals with the complex structures found inside the teeth. We are a team of committed individuals with a vast experience of education and continued learning. We use the highest technology and safety standards always, not just during times of emergency dentistry. We value our client relationships and ensure your entire experience at our office will be pleasant, comfortable, and as relaxing as possible.
Endodontists are specialist in doing root canals.
Endodontics is a branch of dentisty which is concerned with morphology, physiology, and pathology of the dental pulp and its periradicular tissues. Simply put, Endodontists are specialist in diagnosing and treating dental pain.
What we are doing to keep our patients, staff and doctor safe
We are pre-screening dental emergencies and utilizing a daily prescreening regimen including histories and temperatures of all employees, doctors and patients. We are scheduled to eliminate more than one patient in the office at the same time, as we are allowing additional time to implement stringent sanitation procedures between patients.
Upon arrival for an appointment patients are asked to call prior to entering. Door handles will be resanitized and you will be given handsanitizer followed by your temperature. We have updated office protocols developed from the latest guidance from the CDC, OSAP, ADA, AAE, and OSHA. We have given careful attention to engineering controls, administrative controls and proper PPE. Staff is fitted with n95 respirators and surgical masks/faceshields. In between each patient time is allowed and EPA surface disinfectants approved for COVID-19 are being used on all common surfaces.
Endodontic therapy is unique that rubber dams are always used. This isolation method prevents oral fluids from entering our work environment. In addition pre-treatment hydrogen peroxide rinses are utilized.
To decrease time spent in the office, we have attached our registration, health history, and business forms. These can be printed and emailed prior to your appointment.