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About Us

At Compassion Endodontics, we use modern technology to provide high quality, evidence-based endodontic specialty care while treating patients with the utmost compassion.

Compassion Endodontics is a state-of-the-art dental specialty practice which provides a full range of endodontic services, including but not limited to: Cone Beam Computed Technology (“3D Imaging”), minimally invasive root canal therapy, root canal retreatment, dental trauma, dental infections, microsurgical endodontics (apicoectomies).

We look forward to serving you!

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The Doctor

Thomas Graham, DMD

Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics


Dr. Thomas P. Graham, D.M.D. is an American Board Certified Endodontist. After relocating to Pennsylvania from Alaska in 2003 to pursue his dentistry career, Dr. Graham completed his undergraduate degree at Lock Haven University, earning his Bachelors of Science in Biology and Chemistry. 

Tom was commissioned in the United States Army in 2006 as a Second Lieutenant while attending The University of Pittsburgh Dental School. Upon graduation in 2010, he was promoted to the rank of Captain and began his active duty service


Dr Graham served alongside the Screaming Eagles 101st Airborne (Air Assault) Division at Fort Campbell, KY, where he completed a year-long Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) residency. At Fort Bragg, he served the 82nd Airborne and completed an Endodontic residency. Returning to Fort Campbell, Tom was promoted to the rank of Major and served as Chief of Endodontics for the U.S. Army AEGD Residency. Dr. Graham achieved board certification and was designated as a diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics while serving on active duty. After serving 7 years of military life, Tom and his wife, Betsy, made the decision to return to civilian life, residing outside of Reading, PA.

Local Experience:

Since 2017, Dr. Graham has addressed the endodontic needs of patients throughout Berks, Lehigh Valley and Lancaster counties.


Dr. Graham is a member of the following organizations: American Association of Endodontics, Pennsylvania Dental Association, American Dental Association, Berks County Dental Society and College of Diplomates of the American Board of Endodontics.

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Tom and Betsy are active in their church and various organizations supporting adoption. Their 3 children are adopted from Seoul, South Korea.

Meet Our Team

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Patient Care Coordinator


Stacie has been working in the dental field since 2012 after graduating from RACC. Although Stacie has experience with family, endodontic and cosmetic dentistry, she loves working at an endodontic office best! 
When Stacie is not working, she enjoys watching her son play ice hockey, frisbee competitions with her dogs and spending time with family and friends. 
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Dental Assistant Specialist


Michelle has been working as a dental assistant for 8 years after she graduated from BTI in 2012. She has worked mostly in endodontic practices and really likes how “consistently inconsistent” they are. 
Michelle is wife to Jason, Mom to two daughters, Elliott and Savannah and 4 cats, Bacon, Booger, Coffee and Home Fry. 
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Studies show that therapy dogs in dental offices help patients feel more comfortable and less anxious. Starting in April 2021, we are excited to welcome Eddie, the therapy dog, to our practice! 
Eddie is a 5 year old yellow Labrador Retriever. Eddie was raised and trained by Canine Companions for Independence service dog organization in Columbus, OH. 

He is currently certified as a “Working Therapy Dog” through Therapy Dogs International. When he’s not going for long walks with his owner, Jim, or chasing tennis balls, Eddie works in the Pet Therapy Program at UPMC Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh and visits four senior homes monthly. 
If you’d like to meet Eddie, call us to see when he will be visiting the practice! 


“We must learn to regard people less in light of what they do or omit to do and more in the light of what they suffer.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer

The mission of Compassion Endodontics is to compassionately care for those who are suffering with dental disease and pain. We believe everyone is worthy of compassion. Not only do we want to care for the people that come into our office, but also the community of Reading at large. Therefore, to show compassion to the community, we are partnering with Hope Rescue Mission.

Hope Rescue Mission has been in Reading for over 125 year as a refuge for men struggling with addiction, homelessness and unemployment. Their goal is to shine a light into the lives of those experiencing dark times. They do this by not only providing for physical needs, but for caring for the whole person- spirit, soul and body. They do this with the utmost respect and compassion.

Because Compassion Endodontics and Hope Rescue Mission share the same values, Compassion Endodontics has pledged that for every root canal performed, a man experiencing homelessness is sheltered overnight and fed three meals in an Emergency Shelter Program.