Root Canal Therapy

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Root canal therapy is used if the inside pulp if your tooth becomes infected. This procedure generally takes one or two office visits to complete and can help reduce some pain you might be experiencing and help improve your oral health. Our dentist, Dr. Kurt Seidler, cares about your oral health and wants to make… Read more »

How to Not Get an Abscess

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If we told you that there are a few simple, easy steps to avoiding one of the most uncomfortable oral health issues you could potentially face, would you be interested? There are a few simple tips to help you avoid getting an abscess, which is one of the more worrisome oral health problems we see… Read more »

Dental Basics: Cold and Flu Season

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Did you know that an illness can increase your risk of dental damage when you are suffering from a cold or the flu? As a cold and flu season continues to linger on, you may want to look for extra ways improve your oral health by eliminating risks associated with damage to your teeth and… Read more »

Being Fitted for Dental Crowns

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We hope that our office is a cozy place for you. When you get a dental crown from us, the process will usually take a couple of visits. Here’s a summary on what you can expect in your first visit with us. To prep you to get your dental crown, Dr. Kurt Seidler will evaluate… Read more »

What Is a Water Flosser and What Does It Do?

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Water flossing is an alternative oral health care treatment method that can clean your teeth. It is often compared to dental floss because of its ability to remove food particles and residue from between teeth. A water floss however, uses a device that sprays gushes of water at teeth to wash away the debris. Water… Read more »

Fillings or Crowns?

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When you have a cavity you want to get it filled as quickly as possible – letting it linger doesn’t benefit anyone. However, there are some instances where you may have a choice between using a filling or crown to fix your cavity. Let’s look at what those instances are. Cavity in visible teeth Most… Read more »