root canal

Treatment Alternatives to Root Canals

2019-01-08T19:12:18+00:00December 27th, 2018|Family Dentistry, General Dentistry, Gum Disease, Periodontal Therapy, Periodontial Therapy|

What’s the opposite of politics and religion? Root canal treatment! If there’s one thing every American can agree upon, it’s that no one wants a root canal. If your dentist reports that you need a root canal, what are your alternatives? Drs. Carson Ferris-Zeola and Vicki Uryniak will always, always, always suggest that you choose

What Could Be Causing Your Tooth Pain?

2019-01-03T01:30:49+00:00December 23rd, 2018|General Dentistry|

Does one of your teeth ache a little every now and then? Perhaps you have a serious tooth pain in one or more teeth, or along a portion of your jaw? Whether your pain is subtle or strong, you deserve to receive a proper diagnosis. After reading through the common causes of tooth pain listed

Busting Myths About Root Canal Treatment

2018-10-24T19:03:21+00:00October 24th, 2018|General Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry, Root Canal|

It’s true: root canals can have quite a reputation. But any dentist in Clinton, NJ, and beyond will tell you this commonly performed procedure is just another step in maintaining a healthy mouth. Separating fact from fiction can be difficult, especially if you are anticipating your first root canal treatment. Debunking common myths surrounding this

Why a Root Canal is Good News!

2018-09-28T04:09:39+00:00September 28th, 2018|Restorative Dentistry, Root Canal|

Of all the dental procedures you can talk about, “root canal” is the phrase that causes the most frowns. Tell someone you need a root canal, and see what kind of a reaction you get. Something about those two little words seems to imply a torturous treatment designed to make patients dread their upcoming dental

Recovery After Your Root Canal in Clinton, NJ

2018-07-17T16:54:19+00:00March 30th, 2018|Root Canal|

No one really loves the thought of undergoing root canal treatment. However, contrary to popular assumption, recovery following the procedure is straightforward if you follow a few simple guidelines. This procedure eliminates the source of inflammation and infection by removing the tissues, nerves, and blood vessels inside the tooth. By knowing what to expect during