Category: Endodontic Treatment

Avoid Tooth Loss with A Root Canal

Facing the possibility of tooth extraction can be a daunting experience. However, we have an effective and safe way to save your natural tooth. One such treatment is a root canal, which can rescue a tooth that would otherwise have to be extracted. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist talks about how a root canal can… Read more »

Is It Time To Schedule A Root Canal?

It may be hard to avoid feeling a degree of unease when you have a tooth that hurts, or feels unusually sensitive. These can be signs of an infection, which means you will require root canal therapy. The good news is that when you schedule this treatment, you can finally put a stop to active… Read more »

Understanding Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is a fairly common dental procedure. However, if you yourself have never undergone the process, then you may not know what to expect when your dentist recommends it. The words, “root canal treatment,” may cause you to get a little nervous. For many years, root canal was the punchline for an invasive,… Read more »

Root Canal Treatment: Why?

A toothache can be caused by a wide range of different reasons from a cavity to a broken tooth even to sinus issues. When a toothache is caused by inflammation and infection inside of your tooth’s inner pulp, a root canal treatment may become necessary to save your tooth. The words “root canal” can create a… Read more »

Busy? A Same-Day Crown Saves Time

The health of your smile is important. While you should take the time to take care of your teeth, you should also leave plenty of time for the important things in your life, like your family, friends, etc. Traditional methods of placing a dental crown meant taking a mold of your tooth and bite to… Read more »

Root Canal Treatment Spells Relief

If you have ever had a toothache, you know how terrible they can be. A toothache can be incredibly painful and debilitating. A toothache can be caused by different reasons ranging from a cavity to a broken tooth even to sinus issues. When a toothache is caused by an infection inside of your tooth’s inner… Read more »

Why Do I Need Root Canal Treatment?

Tooth decay does not stop progressing until it is treated. It may start out as tiny white spots on the enamel of your tooth. If noticed by your dentist, a thorough cleaning may treat and reverse the decay. If not, the decay will continue to progress until it erodes through the enamel of the tooth… Read more »