Endodontics is the Specialty Dealing with the Roots of the Teeth
The most common endodontic therapy is a root canal, which involves removing infected pulp and then filling the canal where the pulp once was. Dental pulp is the soft tissue, nerves and blood vessels inside the tooth. When the pulp becomes infected, root canal therapy can save the tooth; without a root canal, the infection will spread and eventually the tooth will fall out, requiring more costly dental implants or bridges to repair your bite.
After a root canal, the tooth is dead because the nerve tissue and blood supply to the tooth have been removed. Over time, this causes the tooth to become brittle, a filling and crown are necessary to protect the tooth from cracking.
DiBella Dental Care is dedicated to providing exceptional endodontic and root canal therapy, offering the latest in dental technology. Our highly experienced and qualified doctors provide you with a comfortable and positive experience. We promise it's not as bad as you've heard.
Considered to be the first level of defense against dental problems and abnormalities, family dentistry is viewed primarily as preventive dentistry. The American Dental Association recommends visiting your family dentist for a checkup at least twice a year.
Family dentists provide services related to the general maintenance of oral hygiene and tooth health for a wide range of patients, from young children to the elderly. What services can you expect from family dentistry?
- Fluoride treatments
Family dentists will regularly check for cavities and take x-rays when necessary. If your dental problem needs special treatment, not in their scope of practice, a family dentist will refer you to specialists.
At DiBella Dental Care, our dentists have pursued additional training in cosmetic dentistry such as teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, dental implants and cosmetic dentures. We are constantly striving to improve the patient experience for the entire family.