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Root Canals at Glenbrook

Posted by Glenbrook Dental Centre in April 2019

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How cavities are formed

Have you talked with your dentist about cavities? Maybe instead of saying cavities he said tooth decay.

Both are the same. They’re holes that form in the teeth, caused by bacteria consuming your leftover, often surgary, foods.

This produces acids that mix with saliva, food particles, and bacteria to form plaque.

The plaque on your teeth almost acts like rust on a car — weakening your teeth until the enamel opens up. From there, attracted by the tooth pulp inside your teeth, bacteria enters your teeth, which you may feel as tooth sensitivity, toothaches, and pain while chewing.

Poor oral hygiene routine is the main reason for cavities showing up, and when that happens you need dental treatment like a root canal. It ends with getting a protective crown on your tooth.

If you suffer of those symptoms: tooth sensitivity, tooth pain, visible holes in your teeth, or black / white staining on your teeth, please don’t hesitate in contacting us or walk-in to our Calgary dental clinic where we will provide you with proper dental care from our skilled, experienced dentist, Dr James Park.

Root canals — a cavity fix

Poor oral hygiene routine is the main reason for cavities showing up, and when that happens you need dental treatment like a root canal. It ends with getting a protective crown on your tooth.

How we can help

If you suffer of those symptoms: tooth sensitivity, tooth pain, visible holes in your teeth, or black / white staining on your teeth, please don’t hesitate in contacting us or walking-in to our SW Calgary dental clinic.

We will provide you with proper dental care from our skilled, experienced dentist, Dr James Park.

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COVID-19 Update: Closure

Due to the current state of our city during the COVID 19 pandemic, we are doing our part to slow the spread. We will not be seeing any patients for non-essential dental services until further notice.

If you are a patient of record, and are experiencing a dental emergency, please contact our office at (587) 483-9900, and we will be happy to assist you. After hours, please contact Dr James Park at (403) 669-9312.

We understand that this is a very challenging time for everyone and would like to thank you for your patience in this matter.

We will continue to inform you as updates occur.

Sincerely,
The Glenbrook Dental Team; Dr James Park, Marj Engelman Admin, Shaunna Warwick, Uniz Avila, Samia Kadri.

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