Initial Consultation

From the moment you walk into our office to the time you leave, we want your experience to be as good as it can. Let us diagnose your dental pain, and get you on a path to relief and repair.

Our patients come to us for a variety of reasons. Whether you were referred to us by a doctor or came in because of a dental emergency, we will help relieve the pain and walk you through the procedure of your upcoming treatment. For all patients that walk into our practice, we make sure to:

  1. Diagnose your tooth pain
  2. Discuss with you your best treatment plan
  3. Provide you with excellent endodontic care
  4. Direct you to further treatment, if necessary
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Financial Options

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Tooth pain should not be ignored.

Talk to us about our reasonable payment plan offerings.

We’ve got you covered.

Our office is in network with a variety of insurance companies to help cover the cost of endodontic treatment. We always recommend checking network status with your specific plan as we cannot guarantee coverage.

We also offer a 10% discount to patients without insurance for full payment with cash or check the day of treatment.

Insurance Companies | In-Network

  • Aetna (not including discount plans)
  • Ameritas
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Delta
  • United
  • Other companies that fall under these umbrellas; the best way to know coverage for sure is to call your specific insurance plan.

Pre & Post-Op Instructions

Before your treatment

When you call to set up a dental surgery with us, we will first schedule you for a preliminary appointment to make sure that we can take care of your needs.

Our dental surgeries are performed using local anesthesia, which usually contain no regulations on driving, or returning to work. However, in some cases a sedative may be necessary for your comfort. if you take a sedative, we do require a driver to ensure your safety.

Prior to surgery, you can eat as you normally would, and continue to use all normal medications as prescribed by your doctors. If you do have questions on whether or not your medication is safe to use with anesthesia, please contact us.

Continue to eat as normal.

After your treatment

After your treatment, we will want to make sure your teeth are healing correctly, so a follow-up appointment may be necessary.

Your tooth is more prone to breaking and fracture. We recommend you chew on the opposite side until you have a permanent crown placed. When you make a follow-up restoration appointment with your dentist, we will send over a treatment report for your convenience.

After your treatment, you may experience problems such as:

  • Teeth and nerve injury
  • Upper teeth and sinus issues
  • Post-operative infections

A follow-up appointment may be necessary.

Tired of being in pain?

Need endodontic care?

We’re happy to help!

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.