Flossing Tips and Tricks to Keep Your “Fangs” Healthy This Halloween

This Halloween, why not show off your “fangs” in style? Keeping your teeth flossed during this sugar invasion, will help keep your smile healthy and fresh. Too often, people skip this vital step, which leads to dangerous after effects like tooth decay, gum disease, and even tooth loss. However, by keeping your teeth clean and… Read more »

A Severely Damaged Tooth Might Need to Be Treated with a Root Canal

While it’s rare, there are times when a hard blow to the face or other accident can impact a tooth with so much force that it cracks, shatters or deeply fractures. While the trauma can certainly be significant, the damage to the tooth might be severe. If the internal structures, like the pulp or root,… Read more »

A Badly Damaged Tooth Might Require Endodontic Therapy to Prevent Future Complications

Your tooth enamel is harder than your bones. This is what gives your teeth the strength to bite, chew and grind food. As durable as your teeth are, there are still times when a hard blow to the face or other oral trauma, can impart enough force to severely fracture, crack or damage a tooth…. Read more »

Cracked Tooth Help

There are times when a blow to the face can hit so hard that it actually cracks the tooth enamel and damages the pulp or root of the tooth. The pain that often accompanies this kind of dental trauma can be intense. In most cases, a dentist will need to perform a root canal to… Read more »

Untreated Tooth Decay Might Need a Root Canal

Once a cavity sets into one of your teeth, it can quickly spread to compromise the surrounding tooth enamel. Given time the decay might even penetrate deep into the tooth, causing decay and infection in the dentin, pulp or root of the tooth If you’ve been ignoring a bad cavity, you should serious call Dr…. Read more »

What Happens During a Root Canal Microsurgery?

As you probably know, there are a few things you should do to keep your teeth healthy and strong. Similarly, you probably know that there are a few things you should have addressed by your dentist. For instance, you may need to have a cavity filled or may even need root canal therapy—but sometimes, a… Read more »

A Root Canal Can Restore a Badly Damaged Tooth

Having a tooth damaged in an athletic injury, or other accident can cause significant pain and oral trauma. When the pain persists after the initial shock has passed, it often means the pulp, or root of the tooth was also damaged. In a case like this Dr. will likely need to perform a root canal… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity may require a Root Canal

Do you have a tooth that’s been bugging you for a while? If so, it’s not something you should ignore. The longer you put it off, the higher the likelihood is that you’ll need to have a root canal. Tooth sensitivity is usually the first indication of tooth decay, and if left untreated, it can… Read more »

Endodontists Can Restore a Decayed Tooth

Tooth decay that has gone unchecked and unresolved in a timely manner, can often advance deep into the pulp, root, or nerve of a tooth. When this happens, it poses a significant threat to your oral health. Left unresolved the decay can turn into a serious infection in the root and even form a dangerous… Read more »

Restore a Deeply Fractured Tooth

The enamel on each of your teeth is very strong. At the same time, it’s possible for something like a blow to the face or other impact to impart enough force to deeply fracture the tooth. Sometimes this fracture can penetrate beyond the enamel layer, to damage the deep internal structures of the tooth. This… Read more »