MI Paste Rejuvenates Teeth
St. Lawrence Dentistry uses MI paste to strengthen, desensitize, and rejuvenate teeth. Over time your teeth can lose nutrients and...
St. Lawrence Dentistry makes every effort to save compromised teeth. However, sometimes it is necessary to remove a tooth and replace it with a dental prosthetic. Two main ways of replacing a missing tooth are a dental implant or a fixed bridge. A dental implant is a titanium screw implanted into the jaw bone onread more
Primary Teeth (baby teeth) are more prone to dental decay than permanent teeth, and they also have large pulp chambers (the area inside the tooth, which contains nerves and vascular tissue). Because of this, cavities in primary teeth can reach the inner pulp tissue quite rapidly and necessitate the need for ‘pulp therapy’ to saveread more
When people hear of the phrase dead tooth, they often think of Halloween or something ominous. It is widespread and fortunately easily treated if attended to early. A dead or non-vital tooth is a tooth that has no access to blood flow. A healthy tooth contains pulp tissue in the center of the tooth. Pulpalread more
If you have a tooth which is hurting a root canal procedure may be the solution. Root canal therapy is the most commonly performed procedure amongst all endodontic (inside tooth) treatment procedures. St. Lawrence Dentistry performs root canal treatment to treat problems related to the soft inner pulp of a tooth. The pulp is theread more
Do you have a tooth which has had root canal treatment but still bothers you? Your tooth may have a hidden canal which was not located and treated during root canal treatment. St. Lawrence Dentistry can diagnose and treat your situation and return your tooth back to being comfortable. A root canal is a dentalread more