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North Pacific Endodontics is an endodontist and can be reached at 907-561-0675


In-network insurances: Aetna, Blue Cross, Delta Dental
Out-of-network insurances we still bill for: Most all insurances
Age: 40
Gender: Male
Personal Statement: I currently practice in Anchorage, Alaska. At North Pacific Endodontics we strive to give you more use value for your root canal that you give us in monetary value. We use the most up to date technology, techniques, and materials to give you the best resu
Technology Used: Digital radiographs, Cone beam CTs, Gentle Wave for endodontics, SAF for endodontics, Ultrasonics, The highest quality instruments avaliable
Education: Indiana University School of Dentistry, 2009
Programs: Indiana University Endodontics, 2012
Courses: Insight Track 2018 Surgery workshop - credits: 10.5 & Opioid training - credits: 2 & Endodontics Update - credits: 3 & Endodontic Opinon Leaders Fourm - credits: 8 & The changing face of the opiod epidemic - credits: 1 & Evolution of root canal treatment - credits: 1 & Employment Law - credits: 3 & Revitalization: The current science and where it might lead - credits: 1 & Presentation skills - credits: 3 & Endodontic Diagnosis - credits: 2 & TMJ disorders - credits: 1 & CBCT Imaging in Endodontics - credits: 1 & Use of CBCT in Endodontics course I - credits: 14.5 & Endodontic pain: Predictors and preventitive strategies - credits: 1.25
Licenses: Dental License - DEND1544 - AK & Dental License - 9970 - TN
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General Dentist: A general dentist is your primary care dental provider. Dentists are trained in routine cleaning and care of teeth and gums, as well as diagnosis and treatment of tooth decay and performing fillings. General dentists have earned either a DDS or DMD degree, depending on the dental school attended (both degrees hold the same credentials).


Dental specialist A general dentist who completed additional post- graduate training in a specific area of dentistry. Following is a description of the different dental specialists
Dental Anesthesiologist: Dental anesthesiologists are experts at sedation during dental treatment. They are specially trained to administer general anesthesia and IV sedation for adult, children, and special needs patients. For more information, visit the
American Society of Dentist Anesthesiologists.
Endodontist: Endodontists are experts at root canal therapy, and diagnosing and treating tooth pain. For more information, visit the
American Association of Endodontists.
Oral Pathologist: Oral pathologists are experts in diagnosing diseases of the mouth and jaw. For more information, visit the
American Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology.
Oral Surgeon: Oral surgeons are experts at treating diseases, injuries, and defects of the jaw, mouth, head, and neck. Some of their commonly known procedures are tooth extraction, wisdom teeth removal, dental implants, bone grafts, and facial cosmetic surgery. For more information, visit the
American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
Orthodontist: Orthodontist are experts at moving teeth and aligning jaws. They are formally trained to use appliances such as braces to correctly align patients' teeth. For more information, visit the
American Association of Orthodontists.
Pediatric Dentist (Pedodontist): Pediatric dentists are experts in oral care for children and special needs patients. For more information, visit the
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.
Periodontist: Periodontists are experts at dental implants, bone grafts, gum grafts, and treating periodontal disease. For more information, visit the
American Academy of Periodontology.
Prosthodontist: Prosthodontists are experts at treating patients with missing or deficient teeth. They specialize in full-mouth reconstruction, including crowns, bridges, dentures, and dental implants. For more information, visit the
American College of Prosthodontists.