Services

We are a dental office that specializes in the practice of Endodontics. We have several services; click below to read more about each individual service.

Tooth Pain Treatment

You woke up this morning, it looked like a great day, and then you had a cup of coffee. That’s when you experienced a sharp pain in your tooth. Now you might be asking what’s going on, what do I need to do, and who do I need to see? Hopefully this guide will answer your questions and guide you to what needs to be done.

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Root Canal Treatment

So, your general dentist has referred you to an endodontist for root canal treatment. What should you expect now? If you have never had a root canal, or had one completed many years ago, you may have some questions. Hopefully this guide will help answer your questions and dispel your fears.

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Endodontic Surgery

Apicoectomy: Although there are numerous surgical procedures that can save a tooth, this is the most common one performed. It is done when diseased or inflamed tissue around the end of the root will not heal. You may also hear the procedure called a root end resection or surgical re-treatment. Surgeries completed at Dr. Semashko’s office are followed-up at one year at no charge.

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Endodontic Retreatment

So, you have had a root canal completed in the past and it is now giving you a problem. The majority of teeth with root canal treatments can last a lifetime. There are some teeth that continue to have pain or fail to heal properly. This may occur shortly after treatment or even years.

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Traumatic Dental Injuries

Traumatic injuries can happen to both children and adults. These may be the result of playing a sport, an automobile accident, a fight, or a fall. Thankfully, handling these in a child or adult is very similar except in some very special circumstances.

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Cracked Teeth Treatment

Cracked teeth are some of the most difficult teeth to diagnose accurately. The symptoms are highly variable. These include inconsistent pain with chewing, pain when the tooth is exposed to hot or cold, or pain when you stop biting. These pains may be there one day and gone the next, only to return some time in the future.

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