Root canal treatment and related surgery is provided for diseases of the pulp and bone and injuries to the teeth to preserve healthy teeth in a natural state.
Managing diseases and conditions of the mouth, including but not limited to; autoimmune diseases, premalignant lesions, soft tissue enlargements, mucositis, dry mouth, burning mouth syndrome, lichen planus, and temporomandibular joint disorder.
Straightening teeth for both children and adults, and treating problems related to growth and development of the jaws. A special early treatment program is available for small children.
Simulating a private practice, dental students provide comprehensive dental treatment. Faculty dentists also provide a private practice experience.
Providing comprehensive dental care for children six months to 15 years, with emphasis on preventive dental health. A program for children with special health needs is also available.
Patients are screened by a team of specialists from the departments of Prosthodontics, Periodontics, and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. A team approach to implant dentistry offers the most predictable treatment. During the entire implant process, the surgical and prosthetic teams work together.
Comprehensive treatment using preventive and restorative approaches to restore damaged teeth or improve tooth-related esthetics.
Providing diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases, injuries, and defects of the teeth and mouth.
Providing dental preventive services including cleaning and polishing teeth, applying fluoride, instruction and counseling in oral hygiene, nutrition, and the maintenance of oral health.