A Root Canal Treatment Can Save Your Damaged Tooth

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A Root Canal Treatment Can Save Your Damaged Tooth

Is your smile suffering because of an infected or damaged tooth? Whether because of an oral injury to the tooth, a deep cavity, a crack in the tooth or having several dental treatments done on a tooth, damage to the tooth roots can occur, requiring the help of a root canal to save the tooth. Saving the tooth via a root... read more »

A Positive Oral Health Care Outlook with Root Canal Therapy

As the holiday season turns a corner, it is important to make sure you are constantly checking your smile to ensure damage to the inner parts of a tooth does not occur. If for any reason your tooth enamel is breached, and your pulp becomes damaged, a root canal therapy will be needed to remove the pulp. Root canal therapy... read more »

Meet Your Exceptional Dentist in Campbell, California

How much do you know about our outstanding city of Campbell? Did you know that Campbell, California, is the original home of eBay and its creator, Pierre Omidyar? Did you know that Campbell is the home of the South Bay offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation? Do you know where to find a friendly, exceptional dentist in Campbell, California?... read more »

What to Do About a Knocked-out Tooth

Losing teeth is a lot easier than you might think. Any sort of trauma to your face – when playing contact sports, for example – puts you at risk for losing teeth. Teeth that suddenly pop out need immediate attention and care. That’s why we’ve put together these two pieces of incredibly important tips to help you know exactly what... read more »

Is Tooth Sensitivity Keeping Your Smile Away?

When tooth enamel is worn down, sensitivity develops so that even brief exposure to temperature sensitive food or even cold air can make your teeth hurt. Tooth sensitivity is when the layer of dentin with its microscopic tubules filled with nerve endings is exposed. While tooth enamel is the strongest substance in the human body, dentin is much more sensitive.... read more »