Tag Archives: Myrtle Beach Root Canal Dentist

Broken or infected teeth are painful. Our expert team can save problematic teeth with root canal therapy, but that is not always an option. When a tooth can’t be saved, dental implants can be a great alternative.  How Long Do Dental Implants Last?  There are multiple factors that can impact the success of implants such […]

Myrtle Beach Endodontist By now, you have likely seen news reports questioning whether flossing is necessary for your oral health. We want to answer your question right away with an absolute YES. Cleaning between your teeth is an essential part of caring for your teeth and gums. Whether you use traditional string dental floss, a […]

Endodontist Myrtle Beach Traumatic dental injuries most often occur during sports or through accidental means. The most common type of dental trauma is chipped teeth. However, this type of injury also includes cracked or broken teeth, dislodged or knocked-out teeth, root fractures, and soft tissue damage. If you or your child experience dental trauma, contact […]