Orthodontics and Invisalign
At Market Square Dental we’ve aligned ourselves with the most revered specialists in the area to provide our patients with cutting edge therapies related to tooth alignment. Our referring specialty oﬃces oﬀer the highest level of specialized care to ensure the most functional and aesthetic outcomes related to tooth repositioning. In addition to the beautiful smiles they create, this is an exciting area of healthcare that has numerous health advantages. Talk to us about the incredible opportunities to enhance your smile, function, breathing, sleep, and overall health.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment, also referred to as endodontic therapy, is a treatment used to remove the inﬂamed or infected nerve from a tooth. The treatment involves the removal of infected or injured tissue (pulp) from the inside of the tooth and roots. Once cleaned and disinfected, these internal spaces are ﬁlled and sealed to prevent the reintroduction of bacteria.
Root canal treatment has a very high success rate and is not a painful procedure. Considerable advancements in diagnosis, imaging and equipment now permit predictable treatment for teeth, even with complex anatomy, to the highest level of precision.
Teeth following root canal treatment look, feel and function like natural teeth. However, it’s often important to strengthen these teeth with a crown to prevent fracture. Our dedicated team of professionals, partnered with our most respected specialists, will ensure you receive the highest level of care to eliminate infection and preserve your natural teeth. In addition, our specialists are located right here in our building, eliminating any need for travel.
There are times when the position, orientation, or anatomy of a tooth requires extra care in its removal. At Market Square Dental we’re aligned with the most highly trained specialists to ensure you receive the highest level of care. These highly trained specialists are located directly in our building, eliminating any need for inconvenient travel.
Emergency Dental Treatment
For non-life-threatening traumatic dental injuries, including teeth that have been fractured, shifted, or knocked out, please call our oﬃce immediately for assistance.
If you have a life-threatening or severe injury, call 911 or go directly to your nearest hospital emergency room.