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Dr. Ronald M. Sarosi, d.d.s., D.D.S.

Dentist

Dr. Ronald M Sarosi, d.d.s. D.D.S. is a top Dentist in Eaton Rapids, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr. Ronald M Sarosi, d.d.s. D.D.S. is an expert in changing the lives of their patients for the better. Through their designated cause and expertise in the field, Dr. Ronald M Sarosi, d.d.s. D.D.S. is a prime example of a true leader in healthcare. As a leader and expert in their field, Dr. Ronald M Sarosi, d.d.s. D.D.S. is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life. They embody the values of communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. In Eaton Rapids, MI, Dr. Ronald M Sarosi, d.d.s. D.D.S. is a true asset to their field and dedicated to the profession of medicine.
Dr. Ronald M. Sarosi, d.d.s., D.D.S.
  • Eaton Rapids, MI
  • Accepting new patients

What is the medication that the dentist will use as an anesthesia before my root canal?

Typically, a local anesthetic such as articaine (very popularly used by a multitude of dentists). Depending on the status of the nerve, that may be sufficient. The chemistry of READ MORE
Typically, a local anesthetic such as articaine (very popularly used by a multitude of dentists). Depending on the status of the nerve, that may be sufficient. The chemistry of an infection competes with that of the anesthetic. So supplemental LA may be needed: PDL which means in the ligament that surrounds each tooth; or into the nerve itself.

Could wisdom tooth extraction cause an infection?

Typically, no. May have an issue that can arise from the site of the injection or dry socket. If the tooth was infected to begin with, removing the cause usually allows the area READ MORE
Typically, no. May have an issue that can arise from the site of the injection or dry socket. If the tooth was infected to begin with, removing the cause usually allows the area to heal uneventfully.

Why are some people's canine teeth sharper than others?

The likely answer is pathological wear patterns. Clinically called, anterior wear due to contact avoidance syndrome. Likely that there is some disharmony in the way your posterior READ MORE
The likely answer is pathological wear patterns. Clinically called, anterior wear due to contact avoidance syndrome. Likely that there is some disharmony in the way your posterior teeth fit together that impacts the stability of your jaw joints. There can be other reasons as well, but this would be my primary concern.