Posts Categorized: Root Canal Therapy

Why You May Need Root Canal Therapy

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It goes without saying that achieving a lifelong, healthy smile can be more complex than it is given credit for. After all, nearly every factor can pose a threat to your health, and as such, your preventive routine must be thorough enough to address these varying aspects. This also means that falling short in any… Read more »

When Teeth Roots Become Infected

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Restorative treatment such as a dental filling can really work wonders when it comes to restoring your oral function, especially if treatment is sought sooner rather than later. Indeed, your smile is constantly under attack from a variety of concerns, and the troubling part is that they never truly cease with time. As a result,… Read more »

When Infection Targets Tooth Roots

Whether you have experienced sharp pain when biting down on something or simply feel as though one section of a tooth may feel softer than another, one thing remains consistent: these situations are a result of tooth decay. Indeed, decay is one of the most common oral health threats out there, and it affects millions… Read more »

Saving Infected Teeth With Root Canal Therapy

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In last week’s blog, our team took a look at the important role that restorative dentistry plays when taking care of your smile. Indeed, an effective preventive dental routine is the key to maintaining a healthy smile for life, but there are some circumstances that even prevention cannot protect against, such as a physical injury… Read more »

Mitigating Damage With Root Canal Therapy

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In our previous blog, we discussed what happens when dental decay wreaks havoc on a person’s smile, and why acting sooner rather than later when it comes to treatment is often the best course of action. Indeed, as dental decay progresses, it will gradually consume an entire tooth and won’t even stop there. In fact,… Read more »

Treating Infection That Targets Your Nerves

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It goes without saying that effective preventive care begins at a young age. What’s more? This routine is much more in-depth and extensive than you might have initially thought. Indeed, there is often an emphasis on brushing your teeth at home but bear in mind that flossing, paying mind to what you eat, and attending… Read more »

How Root Canals Preserve Teeth

“Loving the smile you are in” is a phrase that actually has a number of layers. First, your grin’s appearance has a major impact on your self-confidence, as it is often the first attribute one notices about another person. Second, your oral health can impact how you feel, and feeling good is another important consideration… Read more »

When Decay Spreads To Your Inner Tooth Roots

Dental decay and infection are among the most common oral health concerns, threatening the integrity and strength of your smile. If allowed to progress, it can cause varying degrees of harm and damage, potentially even costing you your tooth. With proper management, however, you can enjoy a strong and healthy grin for life. In today’s… Read more »

Protecting Your Grin with a Root Canal

Although many dental concerns can be easily addressed with a simple preventive or restorative procedure, there are a number of circumstances that warrant the need for more extensive treatment. Indeed, decay and infection can cause a significant amount of damage, resulting in the need for a dental crown or other procedure. If it is not… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy Prevents More Problems

Your root canals are actually a vital part of your tooth. While the crown of your tooth is used for chewing foot, the root canals are what makes your tooth “alive.” Root canals carry blood vessels, nerves, and nutrients to and from your tooth. You need healthy root canals to ensure healthy, stable teeth. If… Read more »