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The Department of Endodontics at Texas A&M School of Dentistry provides education to develop competent diagnosticians and clinicians in the field of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases involving the dental pulp and the tissues at the root apex.  

The endodontic faculty teach a full scope of clinical and didactic endodontic courses to second-, third- and fourth-year dental students.  For graduate students, the department offers a 27-month certificate program, combined with the M.S. in Oral Biology.

The residents in the graduate program in endodontics treat complex cases beyond the scope of undergraduate expertise, with cases being referred from within the college as well as from regional dentists. The residents also provide treatment to medically compromised patients onsite and in hospital settings.

The department has generated numerous research publications during the past decade in the field of endodontic surgery and materials.

 The endodontic department at Texas A&M School of Dentistry is committed to preparing individuals for careers in a multitude of areas, including clinical practice, teaching and research.