What Happens With A Root Canal?

Are you nervous about a root canal? You need not worry. A root canal is used to help you when the pulp of your teeth become infected so you can save your teeth without having to take them out. The purpose of a root canal is to remove decay and infection inside a tooth. If the pulp, the inside, of... read more »

Chipped Dental Work Needs to Be Examined by a Professional Dentist

Dental work comes in many different forms. This could include dental crowns, dental bridges, and porcelain dental veneers. While they are created from durable dental materials that often rival the strength of natural tooth enamel, it is still possible for a piece of dental work to be chipped or fractured. This is even more likely to occur if you have... read more »

Got Tooth Decay Questions? We’re Happy to Help

Tooth decay is a scary and even confusing dental issue that can result in many people having questions. If you’re one of these people, our dentist, Dr. Clayton M. Hansen, is here to help you. In order to give you the answers you need, he is happy to provide the answers to commonly asked questions about tooth decay in American... read more »

Extractions vs. Root Canals

Tooth decay is a serious problem, and if left untreated, it can lead to painful, long-lasting issues with your oral health. If you let tooth decay go untreated, you’ll likely be faced with two options: extractions or a root canal. While a conversation with Dr. Clayton M. Hansen will help you determine your best treatment option, let’s take a look... read more »