Root Canal Therapy

What is a root canal? A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures performed, well over 15 million every year. This simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need of dental implants or bridges. 


Teeth that have been endodontically treated will last as long as other natural teeth with the appropriate care. Occasionally pain and symptoms of infection persist after receiving treatment or the infection fails to heal. 


Generally root canal treatment and proper restoration are all that are needed to save teeth with injured pulps from extraction. Occasionally, these non-surgical procedures will not be sufficient to heal the tooth and your …

Cracked Teeth

Cracked teeth may demonstrate many different types of symptoms, including pain when chewing, temperature sensitivity and pain when releasing biting pressure. The symptoms may come and go without provocation making …

Traumatic Injuries

Trauma to the mouth can injure teeth and result in their displacement in different ways. Depending on the type and extent of injury sustained, the tooth/teeth injured may or may not need endodontic treatment.

Treatment of Immature Permanent Teeth

Apexogenesis: When an immature permanent tooth has a cavity or injury involving the pulp of the tooth, a medicated dressing is placed to allow the pulp to continue root formation.