Important Update in Response to COVID-19 from CARE Endodontics:

In support of community health and in response to COVID-19 ,  the American Dental Association has recommended postponing elective dental procedures  for the next 3 weeks.  CARE Endodontics will return to regular business hours and all scheduled appointments on April 7, 2020.  At this time, a doctor is available for emergency patients only.  The safety of our patients continues to be our primary concern and we are working hard to adapt quickly. We are committed to being available to assist you during these challenging times.

Surgical Microscopes

Surgical Microscopes

An Endodontist is not a dentist that may spend a few weekends in courses. We have 2-3 years of dedicated, structured, and hands-on training in the diagnosis and treatment of pulpal tissues. Endodontics is the most advanced of the dental specialties. A restorative dentist may treat a few teeth a month. In comparison, Endodontic specialists are evaluating and treating-or not- 6-10 teeth a day.

Surgical Microscopes have improved prognosis and treatment outcomes, providing increased magnification and direct LED lighting. We utilize this technology in the diagnosis stage. New can see craze/fracture lines that are missed with by the naked eye. During the treatment phase, microscopes aid in visualizing calcified canals, interior walls, and deep into the roots canals. We can preserve tooth structure and remove decay. This technology allows for the ideal placement of medications for repair and root fills. Why would you not want this available equipment?

Microscopes + 3 Dimensional Imaging + Specialized training = Improved Outcomes and Greater Patient Comfort and Infection Control.

Why would you settle for less?