What Happens When Winter Sports Leave You With a Dental Injury?

Winter recreation and sports, such as snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding are popular pastimes for individuals and families this time of year. Wearing a helmet and a mouthguard can go a long way to protecting yourself from oral injury when engaging in these activities, but still, accidents do happen, and when they do, what will you... Read more »

Do You Know If You Have a Damaged Tooth and What to Do?

If you have a cracked or damaged tooth that needs repairing, our team is here to help! We know that with the right treatment, you can get back to your daily routine without the worries of a damaged smile interrupting your day. Who wants a damaged tooth to prevent keep you from eating a favorite... Read more »

All You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Endodontist

Your toothy smile isn’t just the pretty white crowns that you see when you look in a mirror. Underneath that enamel lives a network of little canals that comprise the living tissue of the tooth, complete with blood vessels and nerves to nourish it and keep it alive. This inner network, known as the pulp... Read more »

Why You Need to Preserve Your Tooth Pulp

Our goal is to save your natural teeth so that you can keep them for as long as possible. This not only benefits you functionally but aesthetically as well. Keeping your smile intact means your smile stays natural, so you can still eat all your favorite foods, instead of having food restrictions, especially after having... Read more »

The Process of a Root Canal and Other Treatments

When we perform a root canal, you will have had an X-ray to see the shape of the root canals, and we check for infection in the nearby bone. You will receive a local anesthetic and a dam will be placed in the area surrounding the tooth to keep it clean and dry while we... Read more »

How Does Endodontics Affect Your Smile and Your Oral Health?

As endodontic specialists, our job is saving your natural teeth. When you come to us for treatment, you have a greater chance of keeping your teeth and avoiding having to wear false teeth or tooth replacements, such as bridges, implants, or a removable partial denture. If an infected tooth is extracted, you still need to... Read more »

Root Canal Procedure Steps that Can Preserve Oral Health

If you have infected tooth pulp or a tooth root, Dr. may recommend that you receive root canal treatment to prevent the infection from causing the tooth to be removed. While root canal treatment has been given a reputation of being unpleasant and even resulting in sickness that makes tooth replacement preferable, this has been… Read more »

The Benefits to Be Had From Endodontics

To rebuild your oral health and set your mouth on the proper path in life, you will need to assess all issues associated with endodontic care and provide the necessary treatments as soon as issues become prevalent. In many cases, endodontic care is designed for caring for the root of a tooth or any damaged… Read more »

What to Know about Root Canals

Do you know what a root canal is? Why you need one? Or what they do? If you answered no, you’re not alone. A lot of people are in the dark, so to speak, about what root canals do, why they’re necessary, and when you may need one. While they’re certainly not our favorite procedure… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy Can Prevent Infection from Becoming Extraction

Common signs of a developing tooth problem include having a bad toothache, pain when biting or chewing, tooth sensitivity, tooth discoloration and swollen gums that are tender or have an ongoing pimple. If you are struggling with symptoms of tooth infection, we invite you to learn more about how root canal therapy can prevent tooth… Read more »