Thomas G. Dwyer, DDS, MS
Dr. Dwyer graduated from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry in 1974. After three years in general dental practice he returned to study in the graduate endodontic program. He earned a Master of Science degree in 1979 and has been in full-time private endodontic practice since then. In 1983, he completed the requirements for board certification, and is currently a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics.
1991 - Private practice, endodontics, Roseville, California
1986-1991 - Private practice, endodontics, Sacramento, California
1979-1986 - Private practice, endodontics, Upland, California
1975-1977 - Instructor (full time), LLU School of Dentistry, Depart. Restorative Dent.
1974-1975 - Private practice, general dentistry, Adelphi, Maryland
1979 - Master of Science, Endodontics, Loma Linda University
1974 - Doctor of Dental Surgery, Loma Linda University
Torabinejad, M.; Kettering, J.D.; McGraw,J.D.; Cummings, R.R.; Dwyer, T.G.; and Tobias, T.S.
Factors associated with endodontic interappointment emergencies of teeth with necrotic pulps. J Endodon 14:261-266, 1988
Hoag, E.P., and Dwyer, T.G.A comparative evaluation of three post and core techniques.
J. Prosthet Dent 47:177-181,1982.
Dwyer, T.G., and Torabinejad, M. Radiographic and histologic evaluation of the effect of endotoxin on the
periapical tissues of the cat. J Endodon 7:31-35, 1981.
Dwyer, T.G. The Effect of E. Coli Endotoxin on Cat Periapical Tissues. Master’s thesis, Loma Linda University, 1979.
Steinman, R.R.;Leonora, J.; Shiroma, E.; and Dwyer, T. Lactic acid concentration in various tooth structures in rats maintained on either a cariogenic or noncariogenic diet . J Dent Res 54:419, 1975.