In what circumstances is it better to have a root canal over an implant and vice versa? Sometimes one option is better than the other. As good as implants can be, a person’s natural teeth are far superior in terms of sensation.… Read more
It is a common misconception that it is painful to get a root canal. The purpose of root canal treatment is to remove the pulp (the nerve), debride, and disinfect the area from infection and bacteria, and then fill the area with a biocompatible material and seal the canal.… Read more
One of the most common questions from our patients is “Does getting an dental implant hurt?”.
Implant placement is usually done under local anesthesia and requires less anesthesia than it usual takes to extract a tooth. The anesthesia is used to make the gums numb around the site where the implant will be placed.… Read more