Most patients want to keep their natural teeth whenever possible. We are committed to helping our patients repair and restore their natural teeth to keep their oral health in tip-top shape, but sometimes, this just isn’t possible. Check out our blog post to see when a dental extraction is the best option for your oral health.
Tooth extraction procedures can seem intimidating. However, thanks to many advancements in modern dentistry, they are nothing to fear! Read our blog post for a look at the recovery process from a tooth extraction.
While many people suffer from chronic headaches, a lot of people don’t consider going to their dentist for a diagnosis. But several dental problems could cause headaches. Check out our blog post where we review them and discuss how we can help treat them.
Root canals tend to be preferred over dental extractions whenever possible, as keeping an original tooth is less invasive than extracting and replacing a tooth. However, there are times when a tooth has received excessive damage, and the best option involves removing it altogether. Read our blog post for a look at root canals vs. tooth extractions.