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In choosing someone to help you with your endodontic needs, we know it is important for you to get to know the doctor and staff so you feel confident even before you come into our office. This page will help you get acquainted with us.

If you would like to get to know us here a little bit more, feel free to give us a call at 402-390-2020. We’re excited to meet you and show you how much better an endodontic experience can be when you come to New Wave Endodontics.

Our Office


Thank you for making the root canal you did for me such an easy and painless experience. You and your staff were so kind and gentle, when I went back to work, my co-workers couldn’t believe I had actually had the “dreaded” root canal done.

Cheryl B.

I will definitely be back for all my care. I really appreciated how you guys really cared, especially with all the calls and follow-up. You guys are great!

Richard G.

I personally want to thank you for taking care of me yesterday. Everyone in the office was outstanding and I felt right at home the minute I walked in. I have been terrified of dentists for a long time, but the way you all treated me yesterday has pushed the fear aside. I wholeheartedly appreciate everything you did for me, and I will definitely recommend you to everyone I know.

Tyler S.

I just love you guys!! I wish Dr Caci was a general dentist; I would go to her for everything! Everyone there is so kind.

Kristen H.

Thank-you so much for taking me at the last minute, especially since I was visiting from Arizona, and headed to another city. Your service is exceptional and I will recommend you anytime.

Jeannie K.

Meet Dr. Caci Liebentritt

Caci (Patton) Liebentritt was born in Phillipsburg, KS. She earned her DDS degree at UNMC College of Dentistry in Lincoln in 1997 graduating with highest distinction. After graduating, she accepted a position as an instructor at UNMC for one year where she enjoyed educating students. In 1998 she began her specialty training as an endodontist which she completed in 2000 .

Continuing education is important to Dr. Liebentritt and her whole practice. She makes sure that the entire practice stays consistent and up to date with all of the latest developments in dentistry. Because of the high standard that Dr. Liebentritt sustains with New Wave Endodontics, she is a member of the following organizations:

  • American Dental Society
  • American Association of Endodontists
  • Nebraska Dental Association
  • Omaha District Dental Society
  • Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Society

Dr. Caci has been married since 2000, and she is the proud mother of 4 children. When she’s not focused on helping our patients here at Omaha Endodontics, she really enjoys running and spending time with her family.

Our Team

Jessie Harness Dental Assistant

Jessie started working at New Wave Endodontics in 2019.

Callie has been a dental assistant with New Wave Endodontics since 2021.

Tami Ashmore Dental Assistant

Tami has been an assistant to Dr. Caci since 2002.

Christy Pirraglia, Business Manager

Christy started working at New Wave Endodontics in 2019.

Jaynee Cavanaugh Receptionist

Jaynee has been a receptionist with New Wave Endodontics since 2004.

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Featured Technology: 3-D CBCT

Our 3-D CBCT scanner (shown here) produces detailed three-dimensional images of tooth structure, revealing fractures and unique tooth anatomy that conventional X-rays can miss.

CBCT, or  Cone Beam Computed Tomography,  captures a series of X-ray images in just a few seconds as the machine rotates around a person’s head. Because the process is fast and uses a focused cone of X-rays, it exposes patients to several hundred times lower doses of X-rays as ordinary medical CT-scans. And they far more detailed results than ordinary, two-dimensional X-rays, allowing endodontists to view teeth at different depths and from multiple angles while taking detailed measurements. CBCT can reveal fractures or unusual root canal structures that are hidden by other parts of a tooth on two-dimensional X-rays.

As of 2017, only 55% of endodontist offices used 3-D CBCT . Those like New Wave Endodontics who do use the technology typically find they are able to make better diagnoses, often resulting in fewer or more successful treatments.