A Dental Avulsion Might Call for a Bridge Restoration

The trauma of a dental avulsion often causes so much damage to the knocked-out tooth that Dr. Sarah Frye simply cannot repair it with a root canal. For a case this severe, they might advocate extracting any remnants of the root and suturing your gums over the socket. When you're ready, they can help you understand your dental restoration options.... read more »

When a Tooth Is Knocked Out It Needs Urgent Care

Your teeth are anchored into their sockets by strong periodontal ligaments. These ligaments are designed to be strong enough to handle daily activities, like biting, chewing and grinding foods. Unfortunately, it is possible for a hard blow to knock a tooth out of the socket. This is almost always a traumatic experience, and your dentist, Dr. Sarah Frye, offers these... read more »