Searching for an endodontist near you? Welcome to Maple Ridge Endodontics in Spanish Fork, UT! Our highly experienced endodontist near Provo, Utah, Dr. Cardon, and our staff is dedicated to providing you with high-quality care in a friendly and comfortable environment. At our Spanish Fork, UT office near Provo, Springville, Orem, Payson, Salem, and Mapleton, UT, we understand that an infected tooth isn't the most pleasant feeling in the world. When you arrive at our facility, we'll do everything we can to make sure you're comfortable. In addition to offering a number of patient comfort amenities, we provide immediate treatment with our state-of-the-art technology so we can relieve your pain as soon as possible. Interested in endodontics in Spanish Fork, Utah, 84660? Get in touch today!
At Maple Ridge Endodontics, we want to relieve your discomfort as soon as possible; we'll provide you with prompt treatment when you visit our Spanish Fork, Utah office.
Our endodontist, Dr. Cardon, uses only the latest in technology, from digital x-rays to cone beam scanners, to ensure safe, comfortable, and highly effective treatment.
During your visit with our endodontist, we provide warm blankets, massage chairs, music, and more to make sure you're completely comfortable and feel right at home.
Endodontics isn't our only specialty! Our Spanish Fork, UT practice also specializes in other areas in dentistry so that we can provide you with comprehensive care.
Dr. Bryan E. Cardon received his Certificate in Endodontics from the University of Florida College of Dentistry in 2004 following his graduation from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry in 2002. For three years after receiving his Certificate, Dr. Cardon served as the Chief of Endodontics in the US Air Force. After founding an endodontics practice in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, he moved to Utah in 2014 to establish Maple Ridge Endodontics. Looking for an endodontist in Provo, UT, 84660? Contact us to schedule your appointment!
Root canals are a standard treatment that can save your tooth, and prevent the need for restorative procedures like dental implants or bridges.
If you experience continuing pain after an initial root canal treatment, a retreatment may be necessary to allow your tooth to heal better.
This endodontic surgery can be used to find and treat root canals that are harder to locate with the naked eye or with x-rays.
Cracked teeth can lead to an infection in the root canal if not treated early enough. We provide endodontic treatment to relieve pain and discomfort as a result of a cracked tooth.
If you experience an injury to the tooth, we may need to reposition and stabilize your tooth; we offer endodontic treatment in the event that your tooth root or pulp became infected as a result of the injury.
Experiencing discomfort in your tooth? Referred by your general dentist? We're always happy to assess your condition to see which endodontic treatment is best for your case.