Survey Shows Dental Offices are Safe from COVID-19

As Covid-19 continues to upend our lives, it has far-reaching effects on our health in surprising ways. Some people are skipping their regular dental visits because they are afraid of exposing themselves to the virus. Dentists, too, are operating under restrictions and with reduced hours, so it’s harder to get the appointment [...]

Survey Shows Dental Offices are Safe from COVID-192020-12-09T09:30:07-05:00

Maxillary Sinusitis and Endodontics

When should a sinus infection be treated by a dentist? When it’s really an MSEO. It is commonly acknowledged in dental and medical literature that there is a relationship between dental infections and sinus disease. It is critical to correctly identify maxillary sinusitis of endodontic origin (MSEO), since failure to do so—and [...]

Maxillary Sinusitis and Endodontics2020-10-20T10:50:56-04:00

Professional Endodontics Maintains High Standards in Safety and Cleanliness

As people everywhere adjust to the “new normal,” key questions continue to arise, among them, “Is it safe to go to my doctor or dentist?” At Professional Endodontics, the answer is clearly “Yes.” Here’s why… Creating a safe environment for patients and staff is a hallmark of any good dental practice. Professional [...]

Professional Endodontics Maintains High Standards in Safety and Cleanliness2020-08-04T12:25:33-04:00

Dr. Steve Shoha Reviews Current Trends in Endodontic Irrigants

The root canal procedure has always relied on mechanical and chemical action for disinfection. Mechanical debris removal is accomplished by stainless steel hand files and NiTi rotary files, and chemical disinfection and lubrication by irrigants. While there are many irrigants on the market would like to highlight a few that we use [...]

Dr. Steve Shoha Reviews Current Trends in Endodontic Irrigants2020-07-08T11:08:09-04:00

People With Dental Emergencies Should Seek Care From Endodontists, Not Hospitals According to AAE

In a recent news release from the American Association of Endodontists (AAE) people with dental pain or emergencies are urged to seek care from endodontists rather than hospitals. As a result of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic hospitals and emergency rooms can experience surges of patients seeking care. The additional measures being taken [...]

People With Dental Emergencies Should Seek Care From Endodontists, Not Hospitals According to AAE2020-04-06T15:36:38-04:00

They’re Your Patients, and We’ll Help You Care for Them

Running a thriving dental practice entails everything from routine cleanings and fillings to diagnosing more complex dental problems. The work can overwhelm even the most dedicated, seasoned practitioner. You know that nothing can slow your day down more than squeezing in an emergency molar endo! One way to alleviate some of that [...]

They’re Your Patients, and We’ll Help You Care for Them2020-02-05T12:46:34-05:00

A New Tool to Help Reduce Tooth Decay

FDA-approved silver diamine fluoride treatment is an effective noninvasive alternative to combat tooth decay. Silver diamine fluoride (SDF) is a liquid substance used to help prevent tooth cavities (or caries) from forming, growing, or spreading to other teeth. While the ideal way to treat tooth decay is by removing the decay and [...]

A New Tool to Help Reduce Tooth Decay2019-12-10T09:39:44-05:00

Professional Endodontics Announces Merger with North Oakland Endodontics

Professional Endodontics P.C., is proud to announce that it has merged with North Oakland Endodontics in Clarkston. The Clarkston practice, located at 6803 Dixie Highway, will be renamed Professional Endodontics and is the group’s fourth office in the Metropolitan Detroit area. Effective immediately, the merger will allow the Professional Endodontics group to [...]

Professional Endodontics Announces Merger with North Oakland Endodontics2019-09-26T12:55:56-04:00

The importance of the operating microscope in root canal treatment

Advanced technology makes for better treatment and patient care Successful root canal treatment requires the clinician to be precise, focus on detail, and give his or her full attention to the patient’s well-being. To this end, knowledgeable clinicians will call upon their own skills, training, and experience to take on root canal [...]

The importance of the operating microscope in root canal treatment2019-09-13T11:38:28-04:00
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