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  • Reasons for root canal treatment
    Mar. 6, 2020

    Reasons for root canal treatment

    General oral health

    A root canal is a common procedure used to treat inflammation or infection of the tooth’s sensitive inner pulp tissue, which is made up of blood vessels and nerve fibers.1 Pulp inflammation can result from a number of causes including deep decay, cracked teeth, or trauma. While many feel uneasy about the idea of a root canal, the procedure is a safe and straightforward way to remove diseased pulp tissue and is a better alternative to tooth extraction.

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  • Three Nervous Habits That Are Harming Your Teeth
    Jun. 19, 2015

    Three Nervous Habits That Are Harming Your Teeth

    General oral health

    We've all got a nervous habit or two, whether it's chewing nails, tapping toes or chomping gum. For the most part, nervous habits are harmless – but there are a few that can be bad news for oral health. Here are three to stop. Nail biting. Nibbling on your nails can stress your teeth and... More »

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  • Headaches Getting You Down? A Run Down of TMJ
    Jun. 13, 2013

    Headaches Getting You Down? A Run Down of TMJ

    General oral health

    Headache Awareness Week Shines Light on TMJ If you are struggling with daily headaches, you are not alone. Many people continually feel a dull ache in their head as they go about their daily activities. Work, grocery shopping, even your children's sporting events can be difficult to get through with constant pain. Some people have... More »

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