The Treatment Plan for a Toothache Often Involves Endodontic Therapy

Even minor toothache pain should not be taken lightly. It is often a sign that some form of trauma or tooth decay has affected the sensitive core structures of the tooth. In a case like this, you can turn to the specialist care available at Advanced Endodontics & Microsurgery of... Read more »

The Effectivity Rate of Root Canals

If you’ve ever had a tooth chip or an oral filling chipped out, you understand that life can cause some dental work to be less than permanent. If you need a root canal and are hesitant about how successful it can be, don’t worry: root canal treatments are very successful,... Read more »

Endodontic Therapy Might Needed to Treat a Tooth Suffering from Dental Attrition and Tooth Decay

Deviations in the alignment of your teeth can cause the biting surface of one to rub excessively on an alternative surface of another tooth. If it goes unnoticed the small area of dental attrition can gradually spread to compromise an increasing amount of dental material. In some of these cases,... Read more »

Why Dry Mouth is Serious

Xerostomia is an oral condition affecting the salivation levels of the oral cavity, leaving the mouth with a dry feeling that can cause harm to the pearly whites. With a tiny bit of aid from our office, you can manage xerostomia; here are a few things that you should recognize.... Read more »

Endodontic Care Might Be Needed to Treat a Toothache

Toothache pain might gradually build up over time, or it could suddenly appear after suffering a dental trauma. It can be especially concerning if you’re also experiencing distress or pressure in the local gum tissues. While they can be caused by a myriad of sources, toothache pain is almost always... Read more »

Rooting for Root Canals

No one sitting in a dentist chair wants to hear the words “root canal” unless the doctor starts by saying “You don’t need a…” Root canals have gotten a bad reputation over the years, although one poll indicated that they are preferable to having the flu. It’s unfortunate that so... Read more »

Helping Your Teeth Age Well

As you grow older, it is easy to presume that tooth loss is unavoidable. This is not true! When correctly taken care of, teeth can last a lifetime. You’ll want to brush your teeth twice a day with toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. There are many types of toothbrushes and... Read more »

Unhealthy Foods for Your Teeth: Sports Drinks, Sticky Foods & Soft Breads

The first advice we give at Advanced Endodontics & Microsurgery of Stamford, PC to anyone seeking healthier gums and teeth is to brush two times per day, floss once daily and get professional teeth-cleaning regularly. The second piece of advice we give is to vigilantly screen the food choices you... Read more »

Coping With Cracked Tooth Syndrome

You may recognize that you have a cracked tooth as soon as a crack occurs. You may experience pain, bleeding, and you might even be able to see the crack in your tooth. Sometimes, you may not know that you have a cracked tooth, and it might not even show... Read more »

Preventing Injured Teeth

Sustaining damage to your tooth can be a scary thing. There may be blood, bits of broken tooth, or you may find yourself suddenly without one or more of your teeth. It can be a moment of panic. How bad is the damage? How long will I have to look... Read more »