We have all heard the sarcastic joke, “I would rather get a root canal”. However, despite the negative stigma, root canal therapy is no longer the painful experience it once was. In fact, root canal therapy saves an estimated 24 million teeth each year in the United States. If these millions of men and women had avoided getting a root canal because of negative rumors, it is quite possible their infected or damaged teeth would have eventually worsened and needed to be removed entirely. Want to know more about how a root canal in Scarborough can save your teeth? Keep reading below.
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March 23, 2019
February 2, 2019
Have you noticed bleeding gums? It could be from improper toothbrushing habits or gum disease. If the latter is the cause, then you’ll need gum disease therapy in Scarborough to restore your oral health. Read on to learn about the danger of not treating the condition, how a dentist can restore you to normal and the best ways to prevent the disease from developing.
January 13, 2019
As you grow older, do you have to settle for losing your teeth? Your dentist in Scarborough says, “No!” With the proper care, you can enjoy a fully-functional and aesthetically-pleasing smile for years to come. To accomplish this goal, there are 5 tips you need to know about. Read on to learn about these preventive methods!
December 5, 2018
Just like any medical emergency, it’s not something you’d ever see coming. One moment you’re going for a bike ride with friends or playing our favorite contact sport, the next you’re on the ground and holding your jaw and mouth in pain. Maybe instead of doing something active, you wake up and you have a toothache that came seemingly out of nowhere.
Regardless of your circumstance, it’s always better to have an available emergency dentist in Scarborough that can handle your dental issues, whether it be on a weekend or weekday.
November 19, 2018
The end of the year is a busy time for everyone. Amidst all the holiday preparations, it’s not uncommon for people to forget about the fact that their dental insurance benefits will be ending soon. Unfortunately, not scheduling with a dentist in Scarborough in time can cost them! In fact, a recent study by the American Dental Association found that, while the average annual benefit is $1,250 per person, most people only get around $323 of dental work annually. Since insurance benefits are lost at the end of the year, that’s over $900 that many people are passing up. Keep reading below to find out what insurance usually covers and get tips on how to take advantage of your benefits – before they pass you by!