Root canals have the reputation of being one of the most painful dental procedures, making many patients concerned about a lengthy and intense recovery period. The truth, however, is that root canals are not nearly as scary as people think they are. Read our blog post to learn about what to expect during and after a root canal.
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Nobody looks forward to the idea of getting a root canal. The procedure has a nasty reputation of being one of the most unpleasant dental experiences you can have, but modern practices have made them much easier to endure. Nevertheless, it’s still understandable to want to avoid them. Take a look at our blog post for some tips to help keep your smile healthy and reduce the likelihood of needing a root canal.
If the idea of getting a root canal sends shivers down your spine—don’t worry! We’re here to help you avoid needing a root canal, or hopefully any other restorative dental treatments. Read our blog post to find out how to prevent a root canal!
We’re going to let you in on a secret: with the right steps, many common dental issues can be avoided. Read our blog post to find out how you can prevent a root canal with preventive dental care.
Though a tooth infection can take several months to develop, noticeable hints of pain and discomfort can make you suspect there’s something wrong. Instead of waiting for sensations to surprise you, read our blog post to learn about the top three reasons for tooth infections.
It’s inevitable in life to come across “bad” things once and a while. What you don’t have to settle for, however, is bad breath. There are a few different common causes of bad breath, and accordingly, there are different ways that you can treat them. Read our blog post for all the details!
There are a number of persistent rumors that swirl around root canals, and one of the most common is that root canals are a painful procedure. Check out our blog post where we dispel that rumor, and make sure that all of our patients are comfortable getting this incredibly beneficial and routine procedure.
When a tooth becomes infected, it can’t heal on its own. You’ll experience symptoms like throbbing pain, sensitivity, swollen gums, and more. Root canals remove the infection, relieve your pain, and save your tooth! Check out our blog post to learn what you should expect during the root canal procedure.