Category Archives: Oral Health

Treating Dental Trauma

Treating and Repairing Dental Trauma in Buffalo, NY

Treating Dental Trauma in Buffalo, NY Although mouth guards greatly reduce the risk, about 5 million teeth a year are avulsed (completely “knocked out”), extruded (partially dislodged), or cracked during sporting events. While cracked, or chipped teeth may not require immediate care, both avulsed and extruded teeth need immediate attention if the tooth is to […]

Root Canal Post Treatment

Root Canal Post Treatment | Buffalo Dentist Precision Endodontics

Root Canal Post Treatment If you need a root canal, you may be wondering what happens when it’s over. Will you be sore? Groggy? Will you be able to drive home or should you bring a friend to help? If you have questions about what you can or cannot do after a root canal, you’re […]

Root Canal Technology

Root Canal Technology Endodontist in Buffalo, NY

Root Canal Technology Endodontics, much like other specialties within the field of dentistry, is rapidly advancing technologically. New equipment and software allow dentists, endodontists, and orthodontists to better identify and treat common and even more advanced dental issues. In the video below, dedicated Buffalo endodontist Dr. Aaron McCann explains how new root canal technology helps […]

Traumatic Tooth Injury Treatment

Traumatic Tooth Injury Treatment | Root Canal | Buffalo Endodontist

Traumatic Tooth Injury Treatment If you or someone you love has suffered a serious injury to your tooth or several teeth, you may want to receive traumatic tooth injury treatment right away to ensure you can preserve your original tooth. At Precision Endodontics, our primary goal is to help you save your tooth, so you […]

What is an Endodontist?

What is an Endodontist Root Canal Dentist in Buffalo, NY

Despite the common misconception that dentistry is a singular discipline, the field is in fact quite expansive, and graduates from dental school can pursue careers in a number of specialties. Our office specializes in the field of endodontics. What is an endodontist? Watch the videos below by experienced Buffalo endodontist Dr. Aaron McCann to learn […]

Cracked Teeth Solutions

Cracked Teeth

Cracked Teeth Solutions Do you have cracked teeth? Maybe you’re experiencing a lot of pain and are unsure if cracked teeth are the culprit. This blog by experienced Buffalo endodontist Dr. Aaron McCann will help you better understand the causes, symptoms and potential remedies available for cracked teeth. If you or someone you love is […]

Dislodged Teeth

Dislodged Teeth Emergency Tooth Injury Dentist in Buffalo, NY

There are several ways to get a tooth knocked out. Whether it falls out in an automobile accident or it becomes knocked out of place due to a wayward baseball, dislodged teeth are a medical issue that requires urgent attention from a dental care professional. With every second that passes, the chance that your tooth […]

Abscessed Tooth & Your Overall Health

How an Abscessed Tooth can Damage Your Health

Abscessed Tooth & Your Overall Health Despite marketing campaigns and seminars in schools, the importance of maintaining oral and dental health has not quite caught on universally. Some people may downplay their critical need to consistently brush and floss their teeth, and when this happens, they open themselves to the increased possibility of developing tooth […]

Root Canal Success Rates

Root Canal Sedatives | Buffalo Endodontics | Pain-Free Root Canals

Root Canal Success Rates Root canal treatments are specifically designed to restore teeth after a crack or a chip has made them vulnerable to infection. When an orthodontist enters an infected tooth, he or she can delve into the tooth’s root, knock out the infection, fill in the space that was created during the procedure, […]

What Happens to an Untreated Root Canal?

What Happens to an Untreated Root Canal? | Precision Endodontics, PC

Sometimes, oral infections happen to the best of us. Don’t be ashamed, as many times these infections are out of your hands. Yes, they may have been caused by hygiene issues, but another likely cause is you’re susceptible to bad oral bacteria. Regardless of the reason that you’ve developed an infection, decayed tooth, or general […]