Based on the guidelines published by the CDC, WHO and our professional organizations, the American Dental Association, and the New Hampshire Dental Society, effective March 17, 2020, we are delaying all elective procedures. We are doing everything to accommodate our patients as we plan to resume a normal schedule as soon as possible. While elective procedures are being delayed, we are remaining open for emergency care. Thank you for your understanding, during these difficult times.
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Root canals today are one of the most common dental procedures—some 15 million are performed annually in this country—but a dental crown remains the best way to protect a treated tooth. Until now. New studies are showing scientists how they can create new blood vessels in the root of the tooth, producing better outcomes for patients and dentists.
Root canals have one of the worst reputations of any dental treatment because most people associate them with pain. To set the record straight, however, your trusted team at Family Dental Care wants you to know that it's not root canal therapy causing your pain, but rather your dental infection. The more you understand about a root canal in ...
When cavities are not treated quickly enough, the decay can spread into the center of your tooth and infect the pulp inside. When this happens, it is called endodontic disease. The endodontic area is the inside part of your tooth where the pulp is. The pulp contains the blood vessels and nerves of your tooth and when it gets ...