A Fractured Primary Tooth Needs to Be Examined

Children are sometimes prone to bad oral habits like chewing on ice and nibbling on pens and pencils. They also tend to take chances with their teeth crunching on hard candies, biting their fingernails or using their teeth to wrench open water bottles and other containers. These habits can leave your child increasingly susceptible to suffering one or more fractured... read more »

Dental Contouring Can Address a Biting Surface Issue with a Tooth

As the years go by, genetics and lifestyle factors can gradually start to alter the structure of your mouth. This can cause the biting surface of one tooth to threaten the lingual or other surfaces of another tooth. As this continues to develop, the misaligned teeth could lead to problems with dental attrition, chipped tooth enamel, and possibly dental fractures.... read more »

Misconceptions About Root Canal Therapy

You already know that there are certain steps you should take if you want to keep your teeth healthy. You also know that scheduling bi-annual appointments with your dental team are important and that you should be brushing and flossing your teeth every day. But would you be surprised to hear that a damaged root canal should only be treated... read more »