Why You Need to Preserve Your Tooth Pulp

Our goal is to save your natural teeth so that you can keep them for as long as possible. This not only benefits you functionally but aesthetically as well. Keeping your smile intact means your smile stays natural, so you can still eat all your favorite foods, instead of having... Read more »

The Process of a Root Canal and Other Treatments

When we perform a root canal, you will have had an X-ray to see the shape of the root canals, and we check for infection in the nearby bone. You will receive a local anesthetic and a dam will be placed in the area surrounding the tooth to keep it... Read more »

How Does Endodontics Affect Your Smile and Your Oral Health?

As endodontic specialists, our job is saving your natural teeth. When you come to us for treatment, you have a greater chance of keeping your teeth and avoiding having to wear false teeth or tooth replacements, such as bridges, implants, or a removable partial denture. If an infected tooth is... Read more »

Long-Lasting Smiles Can Benefit From Endodontics

Did you know that endodontics is used to help care for the pulp of a tooth? Endodontics is an oral healthcare field of dentistry designed for not only caring for the pulp of tooth but also tissues within the root. Due to the fact that the inner workings of a... Read more »

What Should I Know about Root Canals?

A root canal is likely the most misunderstood dental procedure that’s widely known. Whether you think a root canal is something just for those with absolutely horrible oral health, or you think you have a good idea of what the process is, it’s always good to learn more about it.... Read more »

Why Root Canal Therapy Can Treat Dental Infection

Tooth infection has many common signs, including tooth discoloration, tooth sensitivity, chronic pain or a toothache, and tender and swollen gums that developed an ongoing pimple. If you are suffering from symptoms of tooth infection, you may need to receive root canal therapy to prevent the need for tooth removal.... Read more »

A Developing Toothache Often Needs Endodontic Treatment

Human teeth are made up of a series of layers including tooth enamel, dentin, pulp and other sensitive structures. Sometimes an accidental blow to the mouth, untreated tooth decay or other oral health problems can extend beyond the hard enamel layer to distress the core or root of the tooth.... Read more »

A Dental Abscess Might Be Drained Before a Root Canal

Many people will seek treatment from an experienced endodontist like Drs. Allen Rosenthal and Agnes Herceg to address a severe case of tooth decay. This is often related to a worsening toothache, dental fracture or a growing pain and pressure in the underlying gums. Some patients suffering from a severe... Read more »

The Answers to Questions About Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is a beneficial way of restoring the health and function of a damaged and infected tooth. If you have questions about this treatment, then our endodontists, Drs. Allen Rosenthal and Agnes Herceg, are happy to help you find the answers. To do so, they would like to... Read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Requires Professional Treatment and Quality First-Aid

Each tooth in your mouth is secured in its socket by very strong periodontal connective tissues. While this is meant to hold your teeth firmly in place, it is possible for an accidental blow to the face to sever the connective tissues and knock a tooth out of its socket.... Read more »