Blog Articles

How Do I Know If I'm Having a Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency is defined as much by its impact on you as by the nature of the problem. Whether a toothache, chipped or knocked-out tooth, unusual swelling, or other pain, prompt dentist attention is usually the best course of action.

Sep 1st, 2019
Why You Shouldn't Ignore That Cracked Tooth

Does a sip of hot coffee or an ice-cold soda shoot pain straight to your tooth? Does biting down in just the right spot do the same? Even if that pain comes and goes, you may be dealing with a cracked tooth. Find out why you shouldn’t ignore it.

Aug 8th, 2019
Who Needs an Apicoectomy?

Have you had a root canal but are still experiencing pain and signs of infection in your tooth? Tooth extraction isn’t your only option. Learn why an apicoectomy might be just the solution to clear the infection and save your tooth.

Jun 12th, 2019
What Is Internal Teeth Bleaching?

You needed a root canal but now your tooth looks yellowed. No amount of brushing or whitening will fix it. You don’t have to live with discolored teeth. Internal teeth bleaching could be the answer. We explain what it is and how it can help you.

May 20th, 2019
How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

Your tooth has been knocked out. Do you know what to do to increase the chance we can save it and implant it back in your mouth? Here’s how to handle that and other unexpected dental problems.

Mar 14th, 2019
Why Root Canals are Nothing to Fear

There’s nothing to be afraid of if you’re facing a root canal. Using modern techniques, you won’t feel more pain than you would getting a filling. A root canal will save your tooth and give you plenty to smile about.

Feb 21st, 2019