Solutions To 3 Common Tooth Issues

Nothing destroys your peace of mind faster than when you have a dental health issue. It can distract you from work, distort your face, and make it difficult to talk, eat and perform many other activities. Understanding the cause of a tooth problem will help you get a solution before it escalates and costs you the tooth. Here are the most common issues with your teeth and tricks to help you resolve them. [Read More]

4 Important Things To Know After Wisdom Teeth Extraction And Dry Socket

Are you scheduled to have your wisdom teeth extracted because they are going to cause issues within your mouth? If so, one complication of the procedure you may be aware of is dry socket. Here are a few things that you should know about dry socket before you have your wisdom teeth removed. You Are Most Susceptible To Dry Socket During The First Few Days The chance of getting dry socket from your wisdom teeth extraction will decrease as time goes on. [Read More]

How Is Pulpotomy Different From A Root Canal?

When dealing with an infected tooth, you need to act fast before the infection spreads. There are two main procedures to help remove inflamed tissue from an infected tooth—pulpotomy and root canal. While most patients use the two terms interchangeably, they refer to different procedures. Here is a breakdown of pulpotomy and how different it is from a root canal. Pulpotomy Procedure It is a dental procedure that aims to take out a tooth pulp without taking out the tooth's roots. [Read More]

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are implants that are inserted into the mouth to replace your natural teeth. They mimic the natural teeth and work exactly like your natural teeth would. Dental implants are inserted into the jaw bone, then the faux tooth is screwed into the implant and looks just like a natural tooth. Dental implants can replace just one tooth, or they can replace multiple teeth. They are only for those that have a good jaw bone and no bone loss, or gum loss. [Read More]