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Managing Anxiety Before a Root Canal Dec 1st, 2020

Many of us have an irrational fear of going to the dentist, even if it's only for a cleaning. Having anxiety before a visit is very common, but for some people it’s actually debilitating. If you have avoided the dentist due to uncontrolled fear and now need a root canal,...

All About CBCT Nov 11th, 2020

Your teeth are made up of several different layers. The hardest layer, enamel, creates the outside surface, and dentin and pulp are found within. Each layer is susceptible to damage and decay, but symptoms and treatments vary depending on which part of your tooth is affected. It’s often easy for...

When You Might Need an Apicoectomy Oct 1st, 2020

Most people have heard of the dreaded root canal and hope they never need one. But, they do help people keep their natural teeth longer, which is better for long-term oral health. Sometimes, a root canal doesn’t solve the problem, though. When this happens, a minor surgical procedure called an...

Why Would I Need Endodontic Surgery? Sep 1st, 2020

A 2019 survey showed that more than half of all participants greatly fear having a root canal, according to the American Association of Endodontists. A root canal is a restorative tooth-saving procedure performed by specially trained dental professionals called endodontists. During a root canal, the diseased or damaged pulp of...

Dentist vs. Endodontist: Understanding the Difference Aug 12th, 2020

You may not be familiar with the field of endodontics, but if you’re suffering from a tooth injury or infection, an endodontist just might be your best bet to save your tooth and relieve your pain. General dentists and endodontists are both dental care professionals. Not all dentists are qualified...