Our Commitment to You
When it comes to selecting an Endodontic practice for specialty referrals, we know that you have options.
This is our commitment to you as a partner office:
Endodontic Associates of Maryland is an evidence-based practice. Drs. Koch, Parsons, and Bartling stay current with the published literature in their specialty and always make treatment recommendations based on what has actually been shown to work in objective, outcome studies. We believe in the integration of best research evidence with clinical expertise, patient values and the priorities of our referring doctors.
Communication and Integrated Team Approach
We are part of your patient’s Dental Team. We appreciate that the patient has been referred to us because you believe that their treatment requires the service of a specialist. We are an extension of your skill, care and judgement. We forge close connections with our referring doctors and their staff. For interdisciplinary cases requiring the involvement of multiple specialists, we work with carefully vetted colleagues who apply the same professional principles in their office that we do in ours, so your patients are always surrounded by a trustworthy team.
We practice the full scope of Endodontics with expertise ranging from non-surgical and microsurgical treatments to cutting-edge regenerative therapies. We also diagnose and treat cracked tooth syndrome, facial pain of dental origin and traumatic dental injuries. Drs. Koch, Parsons, and Bartling have limited their practice to endodontics and they each perform over one thousand endodontic treatments per year. Clinical excellence is the cornerstone of our practice. We believe that properly performed endodontics is the foundation for restorative predictability.
Easy Access to Specialist Care
We know that your time and your patients’ time is valuable, and that’s why we offer extended office hours on select days, appointment reminders, and a quick turnaround time on calls and appointment requests. We are happy to answer any questions or concerns in the office, over the phone or via email. If your patient is in pain or has an emergency, every attempt is made to see them the same day.