Avoiding Root Canal Operations

Root canal infections are mainly caused by deep tooth corrosion. Fortunately, although this means that patients typically cause their own chompers to decay, this also means that you can have a hand in avoiding the need for a root canal procedure. Here are some things that you can do at home to prevent your need for root canal operations from... read more »

Solving the Puzzle of Cracked Tooth Syndrome

If you sustain a trauma to the head or the mouth that results in a lost or broken tooth, there will be no mistaking it. You will have pain, blood, and possibly swelling. And, you will have a tooth or pieces of your tooth. Of course, you need to call your dentist and make an appointment to see them as... read more »

A Fractured Crown Needs Professional Treatment from a Dentist

A dental crown is essentially a replacement copy of a compromised tooth’s original enamel layer. They are typically created from special dental materials that are known to be durable enough to handle the daily rigors of chewing, grinding, and biting the foods you eat. Yet there are some things that can carry enough force to chip or fracture a dental... read more »