What to do about a Painfully Fractured Tooth

The enamel layer of each of your teeth is made up of a dense microscopic mineral crystal structure that is extremely hard. As hard as tooth enamel is there are still times when a hard fall, blow to the face or other accident can actually break off a piece or fracture...

Don’t Let an Abscessed Tooth Stop You

If you are suffering from an abscessed tooth, or periapical abscess, then you are experiencing a pocket of pus (a thick, yellowish fluid) caused by a bacterial infection in your tooth. How does this happen? An abscessed tooth can arise when the nerve of a tooth is...

Dealing with a Cracked, Fractured or Chipped Tooth

The enamel of your teeth is made up of a strong microscopic crystalline structure. Unfortunately, there are some that can the enamel even if there is no tooth decay present. It’s not uncommon for a blow to the face, grinding your teeth at night or using your teeth as...