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Endodontics


The mission of the Endodontic Department is to provide education and conduct research in the biology of the dental pulp and the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and injuries of the pulp and associated periradicular tissues. 

Our Graduate Endodontic Program is 24 months long and offers a certificate in Endodontics. A Masters in Science Degree in Dentistry (M.S.D.) is required in addition to the endodontic certificate. At the present time, the graduate endodontic residents receive a stipend. All of our graduate clinic operatories are equipped with surgical microscopes, digital imaging, and state-of-the-art delivery systems.

There are five graduate endodontic positions available at Indiana University School of Dentistry and one position at the Roudebush Veterans Administration Medical Center. The Veterans Administration position is associated with Indiana University and is supervised by the endodontic faculty at Indiana University School of Dentistry.