Globally dental caries affects 60-90% of children, most commonly in primary molar teeth. If this is not managed it can lead to pain and infection and impact on ability to grow and thrive.
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Root canals remove infection and in most cases do not warrant antibiotics. Read on to learn what types of cases may need antibiotics. Thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.
The effectiveness of root canal treatment is well established in dentistry, but according to the American Association of Endodontists, misinformation continues to circulate on the Internet that may cause patients to question the safety of endodontics. During its recent Root Canal Awareness Week, which was held March 30 to April 5, the AAE asked everyone in the dental industry to be an advocate for good dental health and share information about root canal safety.
Keeping your natural teeth is always best, and when dentists partner with endodontists, it helps patients to feel less anxious when they are dealing with a specialist who's sole focus is on the root canal procedure. Read on about a recent survey regarding how the fear of root canals has gone down over the last year. Thanks for visiting us at Texarkana Endodontics.
The following study shows that root canal treatment has a higher survival rate than those of implants. Keeping your natural tooth, even if it is endodontically treated, is always best. Implants are definitely appropriate and important in the right situations. Read on to learn more about this study. Thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.
A lot of people might grimace when they hear the words "root canal." But what you've heard about root canals and root canal pain isn't exactly accurate. In fact, there are many people who have had root canals that have described the procedure as "painless." That's right, painless! This article covers the myths concerning root canals and root canal pain. Enjoy the article and thank you for reading.