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WALTHAM | 271 Waverley Oaks Road, Suite 101, Waltham, MA 02452 |
CONCORD | 290 Baker Ave, Suite 105 South, Concord, MA 01742 |

We welcome professional referrals on any case that may require subspecialty assistance.

When you refer your patients to Premier Endodontics, we will ensure they are seen quickly and receive the highest standard of care—and that you are kept informed and involved in the process. We believe that effective collaboration gives our patients the best chance for maintaining good oral health for life.

We feel confident in our ability to work professionally with the most difficult cases and take referrals very seriously. Once the case is completed we refer the patient back to your office for maintenance and regular care.

If you have any questions, please contact our Waltham office at (781) 642-7500 or our Concord office at (978) 341-8248 Feel free to contact us by phone or contact us if you have any special requests or information that you need to relate about your patient’s care. We look forward to working with you and offering your patient the treatment they deserve.

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Our Technology

Modern Technology

Advancement in technology has improved the way doctors practice. Our advanced technology provides you with a modern approach to endodontic treatment, tooth diagnosis, and saving teeth.

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Cone-Beam Computerized Technology

A CBCT scan creates a virtual 3D replica of a tooth or an area of the mouth, which provides cross section views of teeth not possible using conventional two dimensional x-rays, improves diagnostic speed and accuracy, and helps us find the most predictable solutions.

Digital Radiography

Digital radiography is a type of X-ray imaging that uses digital X-ray sensors to replace traditional photographic X-ray film, producing enhanced computer images of teeth, gums, and other oral structures and conditions.

Surgical Microscopes

In endodontics, accurate treatment is not only dependent on the technical skills and knowledge of the dentist, but also on clear, detailed visualization of the surgical field. The high magnification, large depth of field, and bright illumination provided by a dental microscope has become indispensable for both diagnosis and therapy.

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