Welcome to Southwest Endodontics & Periodontics!
We congratulate you on taking the first step toward better endodontic and periodontal health. At Southwest Endodontics & Periodontics, Inc. your smile is our first priority. Please utilize this website as a resource. It will help you better understand your course of treatment and answer any questions about us or the procedures we perform in the office.
Dr. Lee and Dr. Estemalik are specialists in periodontics and implantology. We specialize in conservative and surgical treatment of gum disease including cosmetic procedures to aesthetically enhance your smile, as well as dental implants that can replace single or multiple missing teeth.
Although no one likes to go to the doctor or dentist, we strive to make your visits with us as comfortable and pleasant as possible. We strongly believe that our patient’s comfort is an important part of quality dental care.
Our Doctors believes that your right to choose a dentist is an important freedom. We work closely with your dentist, but a referral by a dentist is not required to visit our office. We also welcome referrals from patients and friends of the practice.
We are extraordinarily proud of our staff, which is comprised of caring and dedicated professionals. They ensure that the patient’s surgical and administrative needs are met as efficiently and smoothly as possible.
Implant Care from an Experienced Team
If you are a new patient, you will be asked to come about 15 minutes early to fill out some paperwork before your appointment. This includes a Health History Form, and an acknowledgement of the HIPAA privacy act. If you would like, download and print the Health History Form below to fill out before you come to our office to save some time.
What is a Periodontist ?
What is a Endodontist?
Endodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals with the study and treatment of the dental pulp, which is the inner soft tissue of the tooth containing nerves and blood vessels. Endodontists are specialists who have undergone additional training beyond dental school, typically 2-3 years of advanced education, to focus specifically on diagnosing and treating conditions related to the dental pulp and the tissues surrounding the roots of the teeth.
Common procedures performed by endodontists include root canal therapy, which involves removing the infected or damaged pulp and sealing the root canal system to prevent reinfection. Endodontists also perform procedures to treat cracked teeth, traumatized teeth, and address complications from previous endodontic treatments.
What To Expect From Your First Visit
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