Welcome to Southern New Hampshire Endodontics
Thank you for your interest in Southern New Hampshire Endodontics. By referring you to our office, your dentist has shown confidence you will receive the finest endodontic care possible. Endodontic specialist, Dr. Michael Marshall and his experienced team of assistants and office personnel have the goal of providing their patients with an exceptional experience. When performed carefully endodontics can be accomplished in a very pleasant, comfortable manner and is an effective means of saving a tooth and maintaining the integrity of your natural dentition.
Dr. Marshall is a specialist member of the American Association of Endodontists and has been consistently selected by his peers as one of the top endodontists in New Hampshire. In fact, he has been bestowed this honor again in 2015 (announced in the August issue of New Hampshire Magazine). His mission is to provide unsurpassed quality in an environment of professionalism, caring and clinical excellence. Please enjoy our website and learn more about endodontics and how we can help you. Please click on this: “Testimonials” to see what other patients have to say about their experience with us.
Dr. Marshall and his daughter, Bailey (who is a sophomore at UNH and fills in at the office occasionally) ran in the Smuttynose Rockfest Half Marathon, recently. The weather was perfect and it was a great day for a run!
We’re pleased to announce that Dr. Marshall was again selected by his peers as one of the top Endodontists in New Hampshire, for the year 2015. The results of the poll were recently published in the August issue of New Hampshire Magazine.
Northeast Delta Dental: We have received many inquiries asking if we are still accepting Northeast Delta Dental insurance and participating in their new PPO plan. The answer is “yes”. We have always accepted all Delta Dental insurances and most others and continue to do so. Please call our office for more information or if you have any questions.
Dr. Marshall recently attended the annual AAE (American Association of Endodontists) meeting, which was held in Seattle, Washington. This conference is the devoted entirely to the furtherance of endodontic knowledge with the presentation of the latest research, treatment techniques and innovations.
See what teeth actually look like: If you would like to see digital images of actual endodontic cases performed by Dr. Marshall, click on this link: “Gallery of Root Canals” and click on this: “Real Patient Experiences” to learn of the types of problems people have had who came to us for help.
How to find us: We are located in the Dartmouth Commons complex in Manchester, New Hampshire. Click on this link: “Contact Us” to see a map of where we are located, interactive directions function and for more information, including our hours .
What is a root canal?
Endodontics, commonly known as root canal therapy, is specialty area of dentistry which deals with saving teeth that might otherwise require extraction. It is also one of the most common dental procedures and when provided in a careful and compassionate manner, can be one of the easiest to receive. With well over 14 million performed every year, this simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for dental implants or bridges. Losing any tooth, front or back, will have consequences for your appearance, chewing ability and overall health. A missing front tooth can cause embarrassment. The loss of a back tooth can seriously affect your ability to chew food properly and cause teeth to shift, which could have other long-term consequences. Endodontics involves carefully cleaning and shaping the inside of a tooth, then filling and sealing the canal space with a special root filling material. Depending on the condition of your tooth and your personal circumstances, modern root canal treatment is very similar to having a routine filling and usually can be completed in one or two appointments. Afterward, you return to your dentist, who will place a crown or other restoration on the tooth to protect it and restore it to full function. Remember: nothing looks, feels or functions like your natural tooth! For more information regarding endodontics and how we might be able to help you, please visit our Root Canal Therapy page under our “Procedures” tab.
Are there specialists who only do root canals?
Endodontists are specialists in root canal therapy. They have completed four years of dental school and then received at least two years of additional, post-graduate training in endodontics. By limiting their practice to only endodontics, they are known as experts in this field of dentistry and perform routine as well as difficult and very complex endodontic procedures. As a result of their specialty training and years of experience, endodontists are skilled in finding causes of oral and facial pain, managing and relieving tooth pain, treating traumatic injuries to teeth, as well as dealing with calcified, tortuous and intricate canal systems. Dr. Marshall has more than 20 years of experience as an Endodontist and has achieved a reputation for providing excellent care in an extraordinary manner. He utilizes state-of-the-art technology, including digital imaging, operating microscopes, ultrasonic instrumentation and fiber optics while performing root canal treatment. Advanced technologies, together with specialized techniques allow for very accurate and comfortable treatment.