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    • 08 MAY 19
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    Root Canals 101

    Root Canal Awareness week is now. The American Association of Endodontists reports that an average of 15 million root canals are performed each year in the United States. A root canal procedure is not the same as simply getting a cavity removed. It is much more extensive because a root canal is only done when

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    • 18 FEB 19
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    Preparing for a Root Canal

    Nobody wants a cavity, but they happen millions of times a year for Americans. When cavities aren’t found promptly with biannual dental exams, they can grow large. When a cavity gets so large that it affects the nerves of your teeth, a root canal may be needed. This is when a tooth is completely cleaned

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    • 21 AUG 18
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    Do You Really Need a Root Canal?

    A root canal is a procedure that is done to save a patient’s natural tooth when there are no other options left besides removing it. When a tooth is badly damaged or decayed, the last resort is to perform a root canal. This is when the infected tooth is completely cleaned from infection and decay

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    • 16 FEB 17
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    6 Root Canal Myths

    No one looks forward to a root canal, but the procedure is needed to remove infections, repair cracks, or address internal injuries to take away the toothache you’ve been dealing with. Debunk some common root canal myths so you can go into the procedure with accurate information. Myth: A root canal is a procedure that

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    • 14 SEP 16
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    Repairing Previous Root Canal Damage

    Each tooth you use to smile and chew is anchored in your gums and jaw with long roots. When infections or damage affect those roots, the results can be disastrous. Dentists have recommended root canals for these kinds of problems for nearly 100 years now. Unfortunately, many operations performed decades ago were not completed to

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