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 »

Additional Information About Root Canal Therapy

Did you know that teeth that otherwise may be extracted due to a damaged pulp may still potentially be saved through the use of a root canal therapy? Root canal therapy treatments are designed to help care for the pulp and extract it to ensure that a tooth can still continue to function as needed…. Read more »

Inquiries Into Endodontics

Are you implementing new and effective oral health care treatments to ensure that your smile can continue to thrive? One of those vulnerable areas of your smile lies within your teeth. Within a tooth lies the pulp, which is considered the life force of the tooth as it has the connective tissues, nerve endings and… Read more »

Find the Answers to Questions About Root Canal Treatment Here

Are you someone who has questions about root canal treatment? If so, you’re not alone. Because the treatment can seem complex, many people have many questions about root canal treatment. Because knowing the answers is better than not knowing the answers, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to help you. To do so, would like… Read more »

A Professional Endodontist Might Need to Perform a Root Canal

A toothache or other dental pain can certainly be distressing. Many of these problems are related to some form of dental trauma or an untreated area of tooth decay that has affected the sensitive core structures of a tooth. This can sometimes be associated with a building pain and pressure in the tooth or gums…. Read more »

You May Need an Apicoectomy After a Root Canal

A root canal is one of the more common treatments performed by endodontic specialists. Root canals are often required as part of an effective treatment plan for those who have significant dental trauma or a severe case of tooth decay, both of which can alter the health and integrity of a tooth’s core structures. During… Read more »

Dental Pulp & Root Canal Therapy

What Is Dental Pulp? Dental pulp is the tissue, blood vessels, and nerves in the center of a tooth. Why Might Dental Pulp Need to Be Removed? The dental pulp can become damaged from several things, including a cracked tooth, an injury or blow to a tooth, or a deep cavity. If damaged dental pulp… Read more »

Do Root Canals Work

If you’ve ever had a tooth chip or an oral filling knocked out, you understand that life can cause some dental appliances to be less than permanent. If you are going to get a root canal and are curious about how successful it can be, don’t worry: root canal procedures are very successful, and with… Read more »

Dentistry Topics for Beginners: Endodontics

Do you wish to ensure your smile has the best chance for oral health care success? If so, always make sure to protect the pulps of your teeth. This includes avoiding numerous forms of damage that can arise, including dental damage, dental abrasion, and oral accidents or injuries. However, if the worst should occur and… Read more »