Quince Orchard Dental Care
At Quince Orchard Dental Specialists, we believe that a healthy mouth translates to a healthy life. Our practice centers around the provision of high quality, professional and personalized dental services from our friendly, competent dentists. Whether you’re a child, teenager or an adult, you need strong, healthy teeth to chew your food, speak and smile. We are here to take care of your best feature, your teeth, whether natural or synthetic.
Endodontics is the branch of our dental practice geared towards the overall maintenance of teeth, including any damages or injuries that may occur to your dental pulp (the soft inner tissue of your teeth). Procedures involving the soft, inner tissue of the teeth, called pulp, are called Endodontic Therapy. It involves opening the tooth, removing damaged pulp, and then shaping, filling and sealing it. Our qualified and experienced endodontist and support staff are here to help you transform your smile. Below is a list of our endodontic services:
The aim of our endodontic practice is to optimize the health and function of your teeth. Our endodontist and our highly trained dental team are dedicated to ensuring that you have the best endodontic care in the most comfortable setting. Through the use of advanced and appropriate dental technology, we guarantee the highest level of endodontic treatment and diagnostics, to produce the finest, most stable results. We encourage you to come in to our office to find out how we can help you achieve the healthy, beautiful smile you deserve.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal or endodontic treatment helps so many of our patients to maintain their natural smile and confidence by making your teeth healthy again, and giving you the freedom to continue eating foods you enjoy, pain free!
Endodontic retreatment occurs when you had a root canal and the healing was unsuccessful, causing pain months or even years after treatment.
Endodontic surgery allows our dentists to get inside your tooth's root from the bottom of the tooth, rather than from the top, when a nonsurgical root canal procedure alone cannot save your tooth.
Traumatic Dental Injuries
Traumatic dental injuries often occur when you have had an accident or sports injury, usually resulting in teeth/tooth being chipped, fractured or knocked out completely.