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Bradley Ginzler DDS MS -Microsurgical Root Canal Specialist and Gentle Wave Provider

Coral Springs, FL • Boca Raton, FL

 

Bradley Ginzler, DDS, MS

 
Welcome to Ginzler Endodontics

June 20, 2020 - Please excuse our content glitches as we update our website to bring you information on how we are changing and growing.

Ginzler Endodontics, with two South Florida Facilities located in Boca Raton,  and Coral Springs Florida, utilizes state of the art dental technology insuring the health of our patients. Root Canal Therapy should be painless to enable patients retain their natural teeth and bite. This is the healthiest option when dealing with damaged or infected pulp and nerve tissue. We provide our patients with full documentation and transparency when diagnosing endodontic treatment.

 

Coral Springs Endodontist Profile

Dr. Bradley Ginzler is an Endodontist (root canal specialist) committed, first and foremost, to the health of his patients. Your experience at Ginzler Endodontics will be comfortable and painless while receiving top tier dental treatment with the latest advancements in dental and microsurgical technology.

Dr. Ginzler established his endodontic office in Coral Springs, Florida to pursue his dream of creating a state of the art, fully digital endodontic office in 2011. Centered on optimal patient care, our new equipment and technology is unequaled in Broward County, and now Palm Beach County with our newest location in Boca Raton. Our conventional 2D digital imaging reduces traditional radiation exposure by over 90%.  We utilize limited field 3D imaging in both locations to help make the most accurate diagnosis and enhance treatment. We were among the first early adapters of this technology in South Florida. Our commitment to you is that you receive only the best quality care available.

When your General Dentist refers you to our practice, rest assured we will carefully diagnose your dental condition and when needed, allow you to make an informed decision on suitable treatment. We work closely with you and your General Dentist to ensure a cohesive and optimal outcome. Our secure digital system provides a simplistic platform to effectively communicate information to your dentist. It is also a forum for you, our patient, to preregister prior to your appointment with our Endodontic office to make your first visit a breeze.

We look forward to seeing you soon in our Coral Springs or Boca Raton endodontic offices!

 

 

 
 
State-Of-The-Art Technology Starts With: The GentleWave® by Sonendo

Cleaning the highly complex anatomy of the root canal system can present a real challenge in root canal therapy. Our practice is meeting this challenge like never before with the state-of- the-art endodontic technology of the GentleWave® Procedure.

The GentleWave Procedure is an innovative alternative to standard root canal treatment that uses a powerful combination of procedure fluids and energy to clean the deepest, most complex portions1,2 of the root canal system—including the microscopic spaces1,2 that standard root canal treatments can miss.3 The GentleWave Procedure is so effective at cleaning the root canal system,1,2 there’s less chance of failure over time.4

With the GentleWave Procedure, we can typically clean and fill the tooth in just one session,3 helping reduce what is typically a multiple-visit procedure to just one. The minimally invasive1 protocol also helps preserve more of the natural tooth,4 helping keep the tooth’s structure strong. This less-invasive approach helps to promote fast healing,4 so you can quickly return to your normal routine.

Our practice takes pride in offering our patients the most innovative and effective treatment options. If you need root canal therapy, contact our office today to learn more about the GentleWave Procedure.

1 Molina B et al. (2015) J Endod. 41:1701-5
2 Vandrangi P et al. (2015) Oral Health 72-86
3 Paque%u0301 F et al. (2010) J Endod. 36:703-7
4 Sigurdsson A et al. (2016) J Endod. 42:1040-48

 

 

Check out www.gentlewave.com for more information

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 
State-Of-The-Art Continues With: 3D Imaging, Microscopic Magnification, Digital Imaging and More

We offer our patients state of the art technology:  Paperless charting with our practice management software, Surgical Operating Microscopes utilizing assistant microscopes and digital SLR cameras, digital radiography and the latest in dental technology: 3-D Cone Beam imaging. 

We are excited and proud of our ability to utilize the Carestream 8100, and 9000 Cone Beams.  Cone Beam imaging provides 3-D evidence helping to solve the most challenging endodontic mysteries and diagnosis. Within minutes we can literally examine your tooth in 3-dimensions - a unique breakthrough in dental care! Being one of the first South Florida practices to utilize this technology in endodontics, we are uniquely qualifed to help you with this technological advance. 

TDO Software enables us to be a fully paperless and digital office making scheduling treatment and communication with you and your referring dentist easier.

The Surgical Operating Microscope aids in visualization of intricate and delicate anatomy inside your tooth - our assistants even utilize the microscope during treatment to most effectively support your care.

Our digital SLR camera allows exceptional documentation aiding diagnosis and patient education.

Digital Radiography reduces your exposure to necessary radiation by nearly 90% when compared to traditional dental film.

We incorporate the most advanced ASI Integrated Dental Carts,  instrumentation and irrigation techniques, and apex locators when delivering treatment. 

The two offices are of the premiere, state-of-the-art Endodontic-facilites in Florida! We look forward to an opportunity to incorporate our experience and expertise with the latest in technological advancements to most effectively and efficiently care for your dental health.

 

 
 
What is an Endodontist and what do they do?

Endodontists are dentists who specialize in maintaining teeth through endodontic therapy also known as root canals-- procedures, involving the soft inner tissue of the teeth, called the pulp.  The word "endodontic" comes from "endo" meaning inside and "odont" meaning tooth.  Like many medical terms, it's Greek.  All dentists are trained in diagnosis and endodontic therapy, however, some teeth can be especially difficult to diagnose and treat.  That’s why you may have been referred to an endodontic specialist.

In addition to dental school, endodontists receive two or more years of advanced education in this kind of treatment. They study root canal techniques and procedures in greater depth, for diagnosis and treatment of more difficult cases. For this reason, many dentists choose to refer their patients to endodontists.

 
What Happens During Endodontic Treatment? or What is a Root Canal?

A local anesthetic will be given.  A sheet of latex called the "rubber dam" (we've got nonlatex ones too) will be placed around the tooth to isolate it, hence keeping it clean and dry during treatment.  The treatment consists of three or four basic steps, but the number of visits will depend on your particular case.  Some treatments take 2 visits but many are just a single visit.  Occasionally 3 appointments are needed.

In any case, it depends on the degree of infection/inflammation and degree of treatment difficulty.  To me, it's more important to do it the very best we can then to meet a specific time criteria.  Let's look at the basic steps for nonsurgical endodontic therapy.

 

There are, of course, no guarantees.  Root canal or endodontic therapy has a very high degree of success, up to 90%.  Teeth which can be treated near ideal have a success rate up to ninety percent!  We will discuss with you the chances of success before any endodontic procedure to help you make an informed decision.  If a root canal or endodontic therapy is unsuccessful or fails you still have options.

 
Diagnoses and Treats Pain

Oral pain such as toothaches or cracked / fractured teeth can often be difficult to pinpoint.  Because of the vast network of nerves in the mouth, the pain of a damaged or diseased tooth often is felt in another tooth and/or in the head, neck, or ear. An endodontist is a specialist in diagnosing and treating this type of pain.

 
Treats Traumatic Injuries

Pulp damage is sometimes caused by a blow to the mouth, and the endodontist specializes in treating these traumatic injuries. For example, a blow to a child's permanent tooth that is not fully developed can cause the root to stop growing. A procedure called apexification stimulates bone to be deposited at the end of the root which makes it possible to then save the tooth through a root canal procedure. An endodontist is specially trained in procedures for replanting teeth that have been knocked out of their sockets.

 
Will I need to return to your office for Additional Visits?

Once endodontic therapy is completed your tooth should be examined periodically, usually every 6 - 12 months.  This allows us to make sure the tooth has healed or is healing properly.  You will be sent a notice in the mail when we feel it is appropriate to reevaluate the area.  Since an abscess may take 2 years to heal, our office will reevaluate the tooth for at least 2 years.

 
Retreatment

Occasionally a tooth that has undergone endodontic, treatment fails to heal or pain continues despite therapy. Although rare, sometimes a tooth initially responds to root canal therapy but becomes painful or diseased months or years later. When either of these situations occur, the tooth often can be maintained with a second endodontic treatment.

 
 
Dr. Bradley Ginzler

Dr. Ginzler grew up in suburban Detroit attending the University of Michigan and the University of Detroit-Mercy School of Dentistry. After receiving his D.D.S. degree he completed a one-year residency in dentistry at UCLA Hospital in Westwood, California. After practicing general dentistry for nearly 4 years he returned to the University of Detroit-Mercy School of Dentistry to obtain both his Endodontic certificate and Masters degree.

Dr. Ginzler met his wife Anika in Florida a few years after moving here to be closer to his family. They have a young son, and even younger daughter keeping them busy in all their "spare" time. His parents relocated to southern Florida in 2008, and his sister - a general dentist - finally made the move to our warm weather state.  

Dr. Ginzler began his Coral Springs practice in 2011. Over the years the practice has grown, and with several patients coming from greater distances, Dr. Ginzler purchased the over 30-year old Boca Raton endodontic practice formely run by Drs Hancock and Mullaney. Dr. Ginzler hopes to maintain the professionalism of this long-established practice, and provide easier access to all our patients with both convenient locations. The growing practice is Dr. Ginzler's professional dream come true. 

 
Daniella - Chair-Side Assistant

Daniella has over 15 years of chairside assisting in endodontics. She joined Ginzler Endodontics in the fall of 2013, and has proven to be an invaluable asset to the team. She brings a wealth of experience, friendly attitude and is our bilingual translator for our patients who only speak Spanish.  She helps all our patients feel comfortable in an environment which can sometimes be quite intimidating. Dani loves to help!

She is the matriarc in her home of 3 boys who are growing up too quickly. She's extremely proud of her oldest son who is serving our country as a United States Marine in Japan. In her spare time she enjoys spinning, spinning and mostly spinning.

 
Tammy - Office Manager

Tammy is a recent NY transplant who headed south prior to the start of the Covid-mess. She moved with her family to closer to her in-laws, and of course enjoy our Florida weather and lifestyle. She held a similar position in a NY endodontic practice, and we feel very fortunate to have her transition into our practice. She's our insurance expert and scheduling coordinator. 

 
Sara - Patient Care Coordinator

When Sara joined Ginzler Endodontics early in 2019, she brought a positive attitude and her years of customer service experience to our office.  She helps unite our team, and is here to answer any of your questions.

Sara  has lived in Florida most of her life. She is happily married, and enjoys spending time with her family, friends and watching the Pittsburg Steelers.

 

 
 
Office Hours
Ginzler Endodontics Boca Raton
Ginzler Endodontics Coral Springs

Mon  8:30 - 5:00

Tues 8:30 - 5:00

Wed  8:30 - 2:00

Thur 8:30 - 5:00

Fri   8:30 - 5:00

Sat & Sun By appointment 

Contact Information
Ginzler Endodontics Boca Raton
1590 NW 10th Ave, Suite 303
Boca Raton, FL 33486
Phone:
561-391-4744

Ginzler Endodontics Coral Springs
2929 N University Dr, Suite #102
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Phone:
954-752-7200
Fax:
954-757-1896

Email:
 
 
Bradley Ginzler, DDS, MS
Ginzler Endodontics Boca Raton
1590 NW 10th Ave, Suite 303
Boca Raton, FL 33486
Phone:
561-391-4744

Ginzler Endodontics Coral Springs
2929 N University Dr, Suite #102
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Phone:
954-752-7200
Fax:
954-757-1896

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Patient Testimonials

I was referred to Dr. Ginzler by my dentist Dr. Colella. I, along with most people do not like root canals and I stress over them. I have to tell you I am still in shock from this morning. The office staff was amazing. His assistant immediately put me at ease and he has all state of the art equipment in his office. He spoke to me about the procedure before beginning and was very soft spoken and has a very calm demeanor. His injections were painless, I couldn't believe it, not only were they painless but half of my face was not numb like it usually gets by going to a regular dentist. I thought at first that maybe I wasn't numb enough, but that was clearly not the case. I felt nothing! He explained my x-rays to me and the follow up. It is almost 8 hours after the procedure and I have had NO pain, throbbing, discomfort, nothing and it was a four chamber root canal. I haven't taken a single Advil or any other meds either. He is in my opinion a dental wizard! His assistant was amazing as well. Thank you Dr. Ginzler, your skills and professionalism are second to none!

Stacy 2019

I had my very first root canal last Friday and feel very lucky that I was referred to Dr. Ginzler's practice. The staff is professional yet very friendly and understanding of a patient's apprehension. The office itself is not only zen like but state of the art. Dr. Ginzler explained the procedure from start to finish and before I knew it I was on my way home. Coral Springs and surrounding area dentists are extremely fortunate to have Dr. Ginzler and his staff to refer their endodontic patients to.

Lynn

I was referred to Dr. Ginzler after being advised that the pain that I was experiencing would probably require a dreaded root canal... Having only had one prior experience over twenty five years ago, I was not thrilled to have received this news. I was in acute pain and staff at the dentist office advised that although Dr.Ginzler's office was to close within 10 minutes, that they would wait for me and determine if the dentist's assessment of the situation was correct. I arrived at the office well after the closing time and was greeted by kind staff with an Ipad; and although I am a PC and was in pain was able to complete the forms and see the doctor. Upon review of the xray, it was indeed determined that I would need a root canal and was prepped and the doctor was ready to proceed right away. His calm manner and precise tone immediately reassured me that I was in the hands of a caring professional. I was astonished that almost two hours later, he completed the procedure and I was so thankful for such a good experience. I cannot articulate the gratitude to his professionalism and expertise. I did advise him that if I still felt ok after the novacaine wore off, that I might consider sending a thank you, but instead felt compelled to write this testimonial. Thank you Dr. Ginzler. I very much appreciate you taking the time, having the patience, and professionalism to make my experience today a good one. Sincerely, Adriane

Adriane