Category: Restorative Dentistry

Treating Damaged Nerves With A Root Canal

Tooth model for education in laboratory.

Dental infections are particularly problematic, as they often set in and occur without a person’s knowledge, at least initially. Indeed, infections such as tooth decay and gum disease are caused by hyperactive oral bacteria wreaking havoc on your grin, and unfortunately, this occurs on a microscopic level. While restorative dental care can help mitigate the… Read more »

Why It Pays to Fill Cavities Early

3d render of jaw with tooth cavity and cyst. Dental problem concept.

While you may have believed that your parents made you brush your teeth as a child simply as a means of making you do something you did not want to do, in reality, it was needed. Indeed, your grin is the subject of constant attack, and there are more threats to it than can be… Read more »

Time To Consider Root Canal Therapy?

Caries tooth. Decay pulpit dental problem procedure root vector tooth medical pictures. Dental medicine, medical procedure, healthy cavity illustration

Whether you are aware of it or not, taking care of your smile is a lifelong process that requires every bit of attention and energy as you are willing to put in. While you may be doing everything in your power to fend off threats such as plaque and tartar, bear in mind that your… Read more »

Why Address Cavities Sooner Than Later

3d rendered illustration of an amalgam filling

Tooth loss can occur in a number of ways, as well as be caused by a number of factors. Though routine preventive care can help provide extra protection as needed against a host of concerns, the fact of the matter is that it is no match for everything. Sometimes we require a backup plan in… Read more »

What To Expect From Root Canal Therapy

Macro photo of dental tools: drill and needle for treating root canals and pulpitis in a dentist's hand in a pink glove. Patient wearing sunglasses

In our most recent blog post, we take a look at the beginning stages of dental decay, how it influences your oral health, and what your treatment options look like. Though it may not be the only complication to befall your smile, dental decay is among the most common issues out there. What’s more? It… Read more »

Schedule Your Filling As Soon As Possible

Girl child at the doctor. Dentist places a filling on a tooth with dental polymerization lamp in oral cavity. over clinic background.

It can be a difficult process to attend specialized appointments or regular dental visits when anxiety and uneasiness have a say in the matter. Indeed, dental anxiety is a very real phenomenon that affects a number of patients. Sometimes, these fears are strong enough to deter patients from seeking proper treatment, leading to the development… Read more »

How You Benefit From Restorative Care

Happy latin american woman sitting in dental chair after teeth cure in modern clinic, gesturing thumbs up

Thanks to various technological advances, we can obtain highly-detailed and realistic treatment to address dental concerns such as tooth loss. Indeed, nobody’s first choice would be to lose a tooth, but unfortunately, this is not a choice many of us get to make. While most dentists will advocate you prioritize your preventive practices, it is… Read more »

Preserving Your Health With Root Canal Therapy

In our most recent blog, our team took a look at the way dental fillings could be used to address early signs of dental decay, and how composite resin offers significant benefits in more ways than one. Indeed, nothing is more troubling than feeling as though you are doing more than enough to care for… Read more »

Treating Cavities With Dental Fillings

cute cartoon healthy teeth and tooth decay

Caring for your oral health involves a few different moving parts, and not all of them are necessarily accounted for in every preventive routine. In other words, it can become easy to lose track of the level of detail you provide dental care, and falling short in your routine is bound to open the door… Read more »

Recognizing Various Stages Of Decay

Close up picture mouth with dental problems showing missing toot

It goes without saying that your smile, though composed of some of the strongest structures in the human body, is not beyond harm. In fact, it is constantly on the defensive and fending off various sources of threat, including gum disease and infection, nontraditional oral health concerns, and much more. While you may be familiar… Read more »