The Right Treatment for Your Cracked Tooth

If you have developed a crack in your tooth, you should see a dentist immediately. Reconstructive dentistry can be used to repair or replace a cracked tooth, but the proper treatment depends on the type of cracked tooth. Here are some types of tooth cracks you might experience and how we will [...]

The Hard Call: Save Your Tooth or Get a Dental Implant?

If you have a tooth or teeth that are in danger of being lost, you have to make a hard decision. Should you continue to invest time, money, and grief in trying to save that tooth, or is it better to remove the tooth and replace it with a dental implant? This [...]

Understanding the Structure of Your Teeth

We often refer to different parts and properties of your teeth when talking about oral health or cosmetic dentistry. We try to explain this as we go along, and hopefully it's clear, but it's also important to talk about the structure of your teeth in detail to make sure it's clear what [...]

What to Do If a Tooth Turns Dark after Trauma

If you get a crack in the jaw, your first fear is that you might lose your tooth. But you're relieved when you look and realize that the tooth is still in place. Your relief starts to fade, though, as the tooth itself becomes discolored over the next few days. You worry it might [...]

Root Canal Reduces Pain within a Week

Many people avoid root canal treatment because they are afraid the procedure will hurt. Ironically, most people who need root canal treatment are actually in pain, and over the long term they will find that their pain is reduced or eliminated following the procedure. Now a new study shows that the horizon [...]

By |December 11th, 2014|Root Canal|
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