Category: Services

How Your Dentist Takes Care of Your Smile

Professional dental care is an essential component to good oral health; but for better or worse, you exert the greatest influence on your smile’s health. Through proper hygiene education and a wealth of professional treatment options, your dentist is vital to helping you maintain your good oral health, whether that involves preventing issues or restoring… Read more »

You Need Root Canal Therapy – True or False?

For many patients, the thought of needing root canal therapy isn’t exactly a pleasant one. But if you’ve been told that you do, then procrastinating may make your condition worse. The truth is that root canal therapy is vital to saving teeth that have become severely infected, or that have been damaged enough to expose… Read more »

Do You Really Need Tooth Extraction?

While the goal of keeping your smile clean and healthy is, in large part, to preserve all of your natural teeth, there may come a time when you have to contemplate tooth extraction.  For many patients, the thought of losing the tooth can be daunting. However, in some cases, it may be the best option… Read more »

5 Reasons Your Tooth May Be Extracted

Often times, when patients think of tooth extraction the first thing that comes to mind is wisdom teeth – or third molars. Unfortunately, your wisdom teeth aren’t the only teeth that may need to be removed. However, extraction is typically only recommended when your dentist believes they cannot save your tooth (especially in cases of… Read more »

Sleep Apnea; Is That Why You're Tired?

Sleep apnea shows in all different forms – from snoring to abrupt awakenings – but, it impedes on your sleep. Is that why you’re tired? Absolutely – actually, one of the most common symptoms of sleep apnea is consistent sleepiness throughout the day. If this is something you’re experiencing, you may want to visit your… Read more »

How Root Canal Therapy Can Save Your Tooth

Root canal therapy is a treatment that targets the soft nerve tissue inside of each tooth. That soft tissue (also called “pulp tissue”) can be affected by a number of issues, like advanced cavities, a chipped or cracked tooth, or even damage to a tooth that leaves no visible issues. Root canal therapy can be… Read more »