Your Root Canal Experts Since 1984!

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Your Root Canal Experts Since 1984!

Top-Rated Endodontists
for Root Canal Treatment

Your Root Canal Experts Since 1984!

Top-Rated Endodontists
for Root Canal Treatment

Sheats Endodontic Group Blog

Treating Cracked Teeth

Types and treatment of cracked teeth Here are the most common types of tooth cracks and how they are treated: Cracked tooth A fully cracked tooth usually involves a crack extending from the chewing surface down to the root. Pulp damage is common in an untreated...

Alternatives to Root Canals

Alternatives to root canal or endodontic surgery Often, the only alternative to a root canal or endodontic surgery is extraction. In some cases, a weakened tooth may be replaced with a bridge, implant, or partial denture to restore chewing function and prevent...

Endodontic Surgery

In some cases, your root canals are unusually narrow or blocked (sometimes by calcium deposits or other debris), making a repeated root canal procedure ineffective. In other cases, a root canal procedure may fail or an infection recurs after a long period of time. In...

Endodontic Procedures & Pain

Endodontic treatments Whether they are conventional root canal therapies or surgical procedures, both are designed to remove diseased tissue and restore teeth to a healthy state. Root canal treatment doesn't cause pain, it relieves it. In many cases, endodontic...

Cracked Teeth

Cracked teeth are typically caused by one of three things: an injury, undue pressure from grinding or clenching over a long period of time, or the breakdown of prior fillings that may break down and leak. In some cases, a cracked tooth may eventually split into two...