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The finest root canal treatment in Sioux Falls!

Revolutionizing Endodontics

We have invested—and continue to invest—in the best technologies in the market today. This includes the GentleWave® system, which uses multisonic sound waves combined with continuous irrigation to clean and disinfect the root canal network and conserve tooth structure. Procedures are completed using the new A-Series™ Global microscope, improving magnification and illumination to deliver the highest quality care and most predictable outcomes for your tooth. The majority of our xrays are captured using XDR digital radiography (or 2-dimensional images), which are digital x-rays similar to what you have taken at your dentist's office. In more complex cases, we gather more information using the J. Morita cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT or 3-dimensional images) which captures high-definition, comprehensive scans in just seconds. CBCT scans provide more information than conventional dental x-rays, allowing for more precise treatment planning.


When dental professionals refer patients to Wiseman Endodontics, they have peace of mind knowing their expectations will not only be met, but exceeded. Our philosophy is about implementing evidence-based practices to ensure better outcomes for patients. Saving teeth is what we do. Here’s what you’ll find in our new Sioux Falls location:







The Gentlewave® System is a newly developed system for endodontic cleaning and disinfection. This breakthrough technology utilizes broad-spectrum acoustic energy to remove all pulp tissue, debris, decay and bacteria from the entire root canal system. This pioneering technology, developed by Sonendo, employs advanced fluid dynamics and hydroacoustics to gently flow throughout the entire root canal system, enabling treatment fluids to reach even the most hard-to-reach microscopic tunnels where bacteria can hide and be left behind. You're going to love the results.



At Wiseman Endodontics, Dr. Wiseman utilizes J. Morita’s latest 3D technology, the Veraviewepocs® 3D F40.  When we use this type of CT scan, we can work better to give you improved diagnoses, treatment planning and prognosis.  With this technology, we can visualize any tooth from multiple angles with extreme accuracy.  This machine features one of the highest 3D image resolutions available. Cone Beam CT (CBCT) scans are only taken when necessary, and they provide a multitude of benefits, including superior quality and maximum patient safety.


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A-Series Global Microscope sioux falls

All treatment rooms are equipped with a high-powered surgical operating microscope and a digital camera used to capture magnified images.  Using the most powerful surgical operating microscope available in dentistry, we are able to locate the treat canal anatomy that previously would have been neglected. The A-Series Global Microscope is used to enhance the treatment and improve the outcome of your root canal procedure.  These microscopes provide the illumination and magnification to visualize the smallest details inside your tooth. After all, "you can't treat what you can't see." This dramatically helps improves the diagnosis, treatment, and outcome of your root canal.

Digital Radiographs

Digital radiographs are safer, faster and diagnostically more useful in endodontics than conventional film x-rays. There is up to 80% reduction in radiation, compared to traditional film technology. Patient comfort is greatly increased by utilizing sleek and small, rounded and beveled sensors. The resulting images are digital, allowing computer enhancement, enlargement and evaluation, which greatly improve diagnostic and communication capabilities. 

In May of 2015, the American Association of Endodontists and the Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology released a joint position statement on CBCT. Download it here, or learn more on the AAE website.