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Welcome to Central Carolina Endodontics

At Central Carolina Endodontics, we believe every patient should leave our office happier and healthier than he or she was upon arrival. We offer advanced endodontic care, with a focus on your comfort, unique oral health, and personal concerns.

Dr. Joseph Bonavilla, Dr. Sarah Sciarrino, Dr. Melanie Brown, and Dr. Jason Mathys are experienced endodontists. They’re also compassionate, approachable, and patient. Their goal, and that of our team, is to help you regain your dental health and a pain-free life!

Central Carolina Endodontics uses advanced dental technology for diagnostics and treatment. This ensures the safest, most detailed images, most accurate treatment, and strongest results for your smile.

Whether you’re here for endodontic therapy (a root canal), retreatment, or endodontic surgery, we strive to provide excellent service and a exceptional experience.

We provide emergency dental care and treatment for traumatic dental injuries, including cracked teeth, too. Additionally, we offer sedation dentistry for anxious patients and those who’d rather sleep through their procedure.

We have three convenient South Carolina locations: West Columbia, which serves Downtown Columbia and Lexington; Orangeburg, for clients in St. Matthews and Bamberg; and Irmo, convenient to Chapin and Newberry. Call to learn more and schedule your visit!

Everyone at Central Carolina Endodontics looks forward to meeting you. It will be our honor to help you regain pain-free, optimal dental health. Call now!


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Dental Trauma
If you've experienced a traumatic dental injury it is important to visit your endodontist in order to determine any necessary treatment. Any dental injury requires examination by a dentist or an endodontist immediately. Sometimes, neighboring teeth suffer an unnoticed injury that will only be detected by a dental exam.
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Dislodged Tooth
A dislodged, or luxated, tooth is one that has been partially pushed into or out of its socket, or sideways, during an injury. Root canal treatment is usually needed for permanent teeth that have been dislodged and should be started a few days following the injury. If this has happened to you, see your dentist or schedule an appointment with us as soon as possible to stabilize the tooth.
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Root Fracture
Root fractures are cracks that begin in the root of the tooth and extend toward the chewing surface. They often show minimal signs and symptoms and may therefore go unnoticed until the surrounding bone and gum become infected. Treatment may entail extraction of the tooth. However, endodontic surgery is sometimes appropriate if a portion of the tooth can be saved by removal of the fractured root.
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