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June 13, 2015
  • Endodontics is the branch of dentistry which is concerned with the morphology, physiology and pathology of the human dental pulp and periradicular tissues. Its study and practice encompass the basic clinical sciences including biology of the normal pulp; the etiology, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and injuries of the pulp: and associated periradicular conditions.

    The scope of the special area of dental practice known as endodontics is defined by the educational requirements for the training of a specialist in the discipline. Thus defined, the scope of endodontics includes, but is not limited to, the differential diagnosis and treatment of oral pains of pulpal and/or periradicular origin; vital pulp therapy such as pulp capping and pulpotomy; root canal therapy such as pulpectomy, nonsurgical treatment of root canal systems with or without periradicular pathosis of pulpal origin, and the obturation of these root canal systems; selective surgical removal of pathological tissues resulti

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June 13, 2015

Go check your toothbrush, right now. This article will be right here, waiting for you. Go on. Okay, you checked it? Now, describe it. Is it raggedy? Do the edges curl over?  Does it look like someone has been brushing tough spots from the pan with it? Then ditch it. Better yet, setup your calendar reminder to remind you to buy a new toothbrush every three months. An old toothbrush will do the opposite of help, it can damage your teeth and gums. Make sure you keep up with your toothbrush and check out the bristles every once in a while to see how worn it is. If it looks scary, ditch it right away. Otherwise, keep up with the 3 month schedule!

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June 13, 2015

Ditch the coke, pick up your water. One can of coke or any soda has over thirty grams of sugar, and all of it gets filtered through your teeth. On top of that, soda drinks are often very acidic which promotes tooth decay even further.Try to stick to solid foods and eat plenty of fruits instead of candy. Now, you know what I said about ditching chewing gum? Pick it back up (a new piece preferably!) because chewing sugar-free gum helps saliva production which helps removing bacteria. The American Dental Association even recommends chewing gum.

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