Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies can become a reality at any time. Whether it’s the result of an injury playing sports at school or from a fall at home, our dentists will focus on resolving the pain and figuring out the best course of treatment. Being able to rely...

The feeling of having food stuck in your throat, experiencing any sort of uneasiness, or having difficulty swallowing can fall in the category of having dysphagia. Although many times, issues in swallowing food can be associated with eating too fast without actually chewing our food...

Are you avoiding hot and cold beverages because they hurt your teeth? If so, you need to schedule an appointment with your local Georgetown dentist and let them know about your sensitive teeth. If you’re having a dental emergency, contact our office. We offer 24/7...

A root canal is considered to be one of the most painful oral treatment. But at the same time, it is rather vital when the need for it occurs.  Also referred to as endodontic therapy, root canal helps remove any infection that forms inside a tooth....

Toothaches can be triggered by a wide variety of causes. Some of them surprising, but the common factor with all toothaches is that they signal to you that something isn’t right somewhere. It is therefore important for you to educate yourself about the different possible...

While millions of dental crowns are placed on people’s teeth each year to correct different oral problems, many people don’t understand what they are. This article provides an overview of the most important things that you need to know about dental crowns. Use this information...

The most important thing during a dental emergency is staying calm so that you can take the right steps for that specific situation. This involves performing dental first aid, and this can be the deciding factor on whether you save your tooth or lose it....

Root canal therapy refers to the treatment administered when a tooth’s pulp is infected, inflamed or dead. The treatment removes the affected pulp and the space left is filled and covered so that reinfection doesn’t occur. Many reasons can necessitate this kind of dental procedure...