Saving a Knocked-Out Tooth

Few things induce panic like a knocked-out tooth. Of course, there is trauma from the accident that dislodged the tooth, but there is also pain, perhaps blood, along with concerns about one’s appearance. People may wonder if they will have to go through life without a tooth and if they can get to the dentist in time. If you have... read more »

Dental Questions Answered on Dentures

If you seek to enhance your smile by replacing missing or lost teeth, you will need to replace them with functional tooth prosthetics. Fortunately, in modern dentistry, tooth prosthetics are designed and crafted to mimic the natural look of teeth and can drastically improve functions that were lost due to an incomplete smile. If you're in need of a removable... read more »

The Steps to Building a Better Smile: Root Canal Therapy

An often-undetected disorder that can easily arise in your mouth is damage to your pulp. Microscopic damage to your tooth enamel may create a crevice in which bacteria can enter the tooth and damage it permanently. If this should happen, it is necessary to visit your dentist for a root canal therapy to remove the pulp and clean and seal... read more »