The Root Canal Therapy Process

The dental pulp, which is the nerve, blood vessels, and connective tissues, is located in the root canal of the tooth. If you are experiencing any of the following, you may have a damaged root canal in Stamford, Connecticut: - Severe discomfort when chewing or applying pressure on the tooth... Read more »

What Happens to a Fractured Tooth?

Were you aware that your tooth enamel is composed of a dense matrix of microscopic mineral crystals? This matrix gives your chompers the strength to handle basic functions, such as chewing food. However, there are some things that can cause a large chip or large fracture in a tooth. This is can occur... Read more »

A Root Canal Might Be Needed to Repair a Severely Decayed Tooth

Tooth decay often starts out small and only mildly inconvenient. Some people even learn to deal with the discomfort and heightened sensitivity that comes with an untreated cavity. However, choosing to forgo professional treatment and repair can often prove to be a serious error of judgement. As time goes by,... Read more »

A Severe Dental Fracture Needs Immediate Professional Treatment

Dental fractures are often the result of an oral accident or trauma. While they are most often caused by a blow to the face or a hard fall, there are other things that can also fracture a tooth. You are much more likely to suffer a problem like this if... Read more »

What is Root Canal Therapy?

You know that there are several things you should do to keep your teeth healthy and strong, but did you know root canal therapy may be something you should consider? You see, if you don’t get root canal therapy for a tooth with an infected root, with extensive decay, or... Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Advanced Endodontics & Microsurgery of Stamford, PC, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining... Read more »