Saving Face: It May Mean Saving A Tooth

Westchester Country Capitalist MagazineIssue 61

Saving Face: It May Mean Saving A Tooth

A long term solution for oral health

If your to do list has “visit the dentist” way down at the bottom margin, rethink the long term plan for your pearly whites. According to specialists, failure to regularly see your dentist and take control of your oral health may result in nerve, root or bone damage, which may be irreversible. Detecting an infection in its early stages is the only way to save a tooth that would otherwise RIP.

And then there’s the pain. Postponing a regular dental exam never covers up for lurking bacteria. As children, the tooth fairy idea is in its element, slowly fizzling out as dental phobias start to surface.  It’s quite odd, actually, that the most coveted childhood fantasy takes a turn to the dark side right around adulthood. It shouldn’t be that way. At Midtown Root Canal, your endodontist focuses on a complete approach for invasive and non invasive treatment plans.

When to see the endodontist

Dental health is important. There’s no denying that fact. When primary dentists work alongside specialists, they get to the root of the problem for best results.  


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Issue 61