- Root canal therapy and surgery
- Treatment of traumatic dental injuries
- Internal bleaching
- Single root amputation
- Periapical surgery
- Replantation procedures
- Pulp capping
- Treatment of root resorption
- Diagnosis of complex facial pain
Fees and Costs
Treatment fees vary depending on which provider administers your care.
When should you see an Endodontist?
Our endodontists' priority is to save your existing teeth. You should see an endodontist if you are having tooth pain, tenderness or believe you have infected teeth. You can reach out to us on your own or ask to be referred to our experts by your general dentist or other healthcare provider.
What is Endodontics?
Specialists in endodontics treat infection, disease and inflammation in the tooth's soft tissue. In addition to root canal therapy, WVU Dental providers see patients for tooth pain, cracked, dislodged or chipped teeth and abscessed teeth.
What is an Endodontist?
Endodontists are licensed dentists who have advanced training in treating damaged or infected teeth. They have completed four years of dental school and three years of advanced endodontic training. WVU Dental offers two treatment clinics with care from a faculty, resident or student dentist. All student and resident dentists provide treatment under the direction of our experienced, board-certified faculty.
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Endodontics at Health Sciences Campus304-293-6208
1 Medical Center Drive
Morgantown, WV 26506