Once a Tooth Has Received a Root Canal, Can It Be Retreated Later if Necessary?

Did you know that over 15 million root canals are done annually, according to the American Association of Endodontists? Breaking that down means that every single day more than 41,000 root canals are done in just one day alone, by either dentists or endodontists. And while a dentist will average around two root canals each... Read more »

Share What You Know About National Root Canal Appreciation Day and Help Save a Tooth!

Did you know that May 11th, 2022 is National Root Canal Appreciation Day? It is a day our endodontic team looks forward to because, in the past, a tooth infection could cause lasting damage. Thanks to modern technology, a simple root canal is all it takes to save the tooth and perhaps a life. These... Read more »

Oral Cancer Awareness Week Is in April and Can Help Save Lives!

Oral Cancer Awareness Week is observed on April 3 – 9, 2022 (thanks to the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance). It is supported by the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery to draw attention to this often fatal disease and how early detection is the key to surviving cancer. Oral Cancer Screenings We encourage... Read more »

Our Dedicated Endodontic Team Effectively Treats Extensive Tooth Pain and Swollen Gums

Endodontics is the practice of intervening when serious tooth pain consumes all of your attention. While dentists help you keep your teeth in their best shape, our highly trained endodontist (a next-level dental specialist) can step in and effectively fix the tissues inside the problem tooth. As members of the American Association of Endodontists (AAE),... Read more »

In Honor of Gum Disease Awareness Month, We Are Looking at How Periodontitis Affects Your Mouth and Body

February is Gum disease awareness month! It is important because more than half of the adults in our country experience gum disease, leading to gum inflammation and infection. This relentless disease can wreak havoc on your oral health and adversely affects not just your gums but your jaw bone density and teeth, too. Advanced periodontal... Read more »

Do You Know the Difference Between an Endodontist and a Dentist When Treating Your Teeth and Gums?

Did you know that you can enlist the help of an endodontist if you are experiencing unrelenting tooth pain? Dentists can help you prevent toothaches and even treat them, but there are times when your painful tooth would be better treated by an endodontist. It is because we have advanced medical training, pain management and... Read more »

Dental Implants: A Solution for Replacing Missing Teeth

When it comes to your teeth and gums, it’s essential to take good care of them to keep them healthy and strong so you can bite, chew, speak, and smile. Your daily oral hygiene care and routine professional dental cleanings and exams combined help you maintain your teeth and gums for a lifetime of smiles.... Read more »

Protect Your Family’s Smiles During Spooky Season!

Halloween will be here before you know it, and your family will have delicious confections in buckets! You might as well call it candy season because of the number of treats offered at every event this season. Everyone is in the mood to celebrate the change of season and indulge in their favorite spooky treats... Read more »

September Is National Gum Care Month. Do You Know How To Protect Your Gums for a Healthier Smile?

September is National Gum Care Month, and it is a big deal for your oral health. Good oral health is the foundation to a healthy-looking, self-confident appearance when it comes to your smile. By ensuring healthy teeth and gums – because when it comes to tooth loss, it is not just from tooth decay and... Read more »

The Transformation That Turns a Dentist Into an Endodontist Capable of Saving Your Natural Teeth

When it comes to treating your teeth and gums, you need the best possible care if you want to keep your smile healthy and problem-free. It means practicing good oral hygiene habits daily at home and having regular dental cleanings and exams to spot problems early (when they are easier and least invasive to treat).... Read more »