Root Canals
Mar08

Root Canals

Usually root canals procedure is almost painless treatment. That’s because dentists apply anesthetics, and the nerve is blocked from sending pain signals to the brain. A root canal is simply removing the nerve, cleaning the canal space, preparing the canal space and finally putting the root canal filling inside the root.

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Sports Injuries and TMJ
Mar05

Sports Injuries and TMJ

Sports Injuries and TMJ. Sport induced TMJ can be caused either by a traumatic blow to the jaw or muscle strain that puts stress on the tempromandibular joint. It’s also possible to suffer TMJ because you are overworking your jaw during sports. Clenching your teeth is common when you are trying to use all your strength.

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When to go to a Pediatric Dentist?
Feb25

When to go to a Pediatric Dentist?

When to go to a Pediatric Dentist? Parents are not sure when they should first take their children to the dentist. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, parents should take their child in for a dental examination when the first tooth appears or no later than their child’s first birthday.

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Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry
Feb20

Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry

Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry . Sometimes it’s absolutely necessary apply sedation when treating children. One of the most common methods used to sedate children in dentistry is nitrous oxide also known as laughing gas. Nitrous oxide makes the child feel more relaxed.

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Early Childhood Caries
Feb20

Early Childhood Caries

Early Childhood Caries is a tooth decay in a child under 6 years of age. This condition is a devastating problem in young children. While some children may only have one tooth that is decayed, and some may have multiple teeth that are decayed it is important to understand that tooth decay in childhood is not normal and can be prevented.

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