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Welcome to Ihor Voloshyn DMD, PA. Practice Limited to Endodontics.

Dr Voloshyn is serving the Endodontic needs of families in Charlotte, NC area. Mecklenburg and Gaston counties in North Carolina, York and Catawba counties in South Carolina

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Why Choose Us?

We do all we can to help patients feel comfortable and relaxed, while you listen to headphone music. It means that Dr. Voloshyn, having trained under the best, possesses a depth of expertise in the latest, least-invasive techniques and technologies for tooth preservation. Our practice is welcoming, compassionate and accommodating.

About The Doctors

Dr. Voloshyn received his first Dental Degree from the Lviv Medical University, Ukraine in 1981. He practiced General Dentistry and was on faculty at the Lviv Medical University School of Stomatology for 15 years. In 1991 he received Doctor of Philosophy Degree (PhD) in Medical Science. After moving to the United States, Dr.Voloshyn  received his Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree (DMD) from the University of Pittsburgh in 2001 and his Certificate in Endodontics in 2003. While studying at the University of Pittsburgh, he earned several awards, including the American Association of Endodontists Student Achievement Award. Prior to moving to Charlotte Dr. Voloshyn practiced as an Endodontist in Northeastern Pennsylvania for 9 years. Dr. Voloshyn is a member of the American Association of Endodontists (AAE), American Dental Association… Learn More

About The Procedure

If your tooth’s nerve chamber becomes infected by decay, root canal treatment is often the only way to save your tooth. Inside your tooth’s hard outer shell is a nourishing pulp of blood vessels, lymph vessels and nerves. The root’s canal, allow these vessels and nerves to extend to the bone. Deep tooth decay, or injury can cause serious damage and infection to the pulps nerves and vessels. Root canal, also known as endodontic, treatment cleans out the infected pulp chamber and canals.  Some indications of the need for root canal treatment may be:

  • Spontaneous pain or throbbing.
  • Pain while biting or chewing.
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold.
  • Severe decay or injury that causes an abscess (infection) in the bone surrounding the tooth.

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