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Excellent review by Jeffrey Myers, via Healthgrades

Dr. Verma is a superb orthodontist. He explains every procedure in detail, and very meticulously and gently administers his craft to your affected tooth. I give him my highest recommendation, and if needed, I would seek his help again.
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Excellent review by Kat Dewett, via Facebook

They were so great! I?m terrified of the dentist and they were awesome!
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Excellent review by Jd B Eez, via Facebook

I met with Dr. Norsat with two teeth that were so calcified that I was afraid they would have to be extracted. After viewing my X-Rays, he explained to me what needed to be done, made sure I was relaxed, and proceeded to fix my teeth. He and his staff were extremely accommodating and helpful! I highly recommend then to anyone in need of Endodontics
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The Drs. At Centreville Endodontics are excited to share their latest publication:

Effect of Residual Bacteria on the Outcome of Pulp Regeneration In Vivo. Verma P, Nosrat A, Kim JR, Price JB, Wang P, Bair E, Xu HH, Fouad AF.

Journal of Dental Research. 2017; Jan 96(1):100-106

This project was funded by the American Association of Endodontists Foundation and published in the prestigious journal JDR, which consistently ranks #1 or #2 on the basis of impact factor among all dental journals. The purpose of the study was to determine, radiographically and histologically, the effect of residual infection on pulp regeneration procedures. It was an animal study using the ferret canine model. There were two groups- one with a novel autologous stem cell transplantation method, and the other with traditional blood clot method for regenerative endodontics. The results of this study showed, for the first time, that residual bacteria have a critical negative effect on the outcome of regenerative endodontic procedures.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Effect+of+Residual+Bacteria+on+the+Outcome+of+Pulp+Regeneration+In+Vivo
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Congratulations to our own Dr. Nosrat for his latest publication!

Conservative Management of Class 4 Invasive Cervical Root Resorption Using Calcium-Enriched Mixture Cement.

Asgary S, Nosrat A.

Journal of Endodontics. 2016; Aug 42(8):1291-4.

PubMed link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27316319

Significance of this paper:
Treatment of class 4 invasive cervical resorption is a challenge. Almost all treatment approaches (surgical or non-surgical) have unfavorable outcome due to either extensive damage to the periodontal tissues or inability to stop the resorption. This article presents successful management of a case of class 4 invasive cervical resorption using a novel noninvasive nonsurgical approach in a young female who was about to loose her front tooth. A bioactive cement, CEM cement, was used as root canal filling material to stop the resorption and induce healing in periodontal tissues.
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