Say you’re currently dealing with a dental infection. Your brain might jump to the worst conclusion, and you might immediately start worrying about whether or not you need to get your tooth extracted. Read our blog post for what you need to know about tooth infections and extractions.
A dental abscess occurs when bacteria infect the dental pulp (the innermost tissue of your tooth), which in turn forms a pus. Dental abscesses can develop anywhere in your tooth, gums, or even in your jaw bone. Read our blog post where we uncover some of the causes of dental abscesses, along with how we can treat them.
Do you suffer from frequent headaches? You might assume that a regular doctor should pinpoint the cause and offer advice, but your headaches may be related to a dental problem. Read our blog post for a look at the three main causes of dental headaches: tooth infections, teeth grinding, and TMJ disorder.
Root canals often get a bad reputation because many people think they are painful. The truth is that root canals save you from pain and heals the cause of the toothache. The procedure itself isn’t as hurtful as you think because of sedation dentistry. Read our blog post to learn all about root canal therapy.
When a tooth is infected, decayed, or otherwise seriously damaged, we may turn to root canal therapy. Not only can a root canal save your natural tooth and avoid an extraction, the procedure is also more comfortable than ever before. Read our blog post for a look at 5 common signs that you may need root canal therapy.