Thank you for your interest in GreenRoot Endodontics and Microsurgery, a specialty dental practice in San Jose & Fremont area, dedicated exclusively to your endodontic care. We take utmost pride in providing highest standard of professional care in a calm, caring and comfortable environment.

Our experienced and friendly staff, led by endodontist, Ramya Ramamurthy, D.D.S., M.S. is committed to practicing the specialty of Endodontics at the highest level. Our goal is to utilize the most advanced technology of today’s endodontic field to provide scientifically and clinically proven treatment techniques to achieve predictable and successful result for all our patients. We would like to welcome you to our practice and look forward to providing you with the exceptional endodontic care you deserve.

We hope that the information provided here answers many of your questions that you may have regarding endodontic treatment. We welcome you to explore our website to familiarize yourself about our practice, treatments we offer and communicate with us for further information.

Thank you for your trust in us – we value your trust and look forward to serving you!

Call today for an appointment:
San Jose: (408) 259-2090 | Fremont: (510) 894-3994





Meet Dr. Ramya Ramamurthy

Dr. Ramya Ramamurthy is a specialist member of the American Association of Endodontists (AAE). Dr. Ramamurthy’s dental pursuit began in early 90’s and since then she has continued with advanced studies & clinical training in rapidly evolving science of Dentistry & Endodontics in particular. She stays at the forefront of endodontic world with a particular emphasis on diagnosis and treatment of infections of endodontic origin. Endodontics is more a passion than a profession for her. Dr. Ramamurthy is known for her gentle & compassionate care for her patients. She also teaches endodontics to the dental students at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), School of Dentistry where she volunteers as a part-time endodontic faculty.

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Root Canal Treatment

Endodontic treatment is necessary when the pulp, the soft tissue inside the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected…


Occasionally a tooth that has undergone endodontic treatment fails to heal or pain continues despite therapy…

Endodontic MicroSurgery

Surgery used to aid in diagnosis is called ‘exploratory surgery’. If you have persistent symptoms but no problems…

Cracked Teeth

Habits such as grinding, clenching, chewing on hard objects make teeth susceptible to cracks…

Traumatic Injuries

A fracture involving enamel and dentin with loss of tooth structure and exposure of the pulp & treatment…

Injuries in children

Once the permanent tooth is erupted, it takes 3-4 years for the roots to form completely. During this time…


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