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Dental Ozone Is for More Than Just Fighting Pathogens

When you hear about ozone in dentistry, it’s usually about its power to fight infection. That power comes courtesy of a third oxygen atom that turns “breathing” oxygen (O2) into ozone (O3). This makes the molecule unstable. It really wants to lose that extra atom and become “regular” oxygen once again. That instability is what […]

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Got a Toothache? Remember to Check Your Bite

There’s nothing worse than having a nagging toothache. It will not only occupy your time but zap your energy while you try to find relief from the pain. Sometimes it may last for only a day or two but in some cases it could last for months and even years. What is the cause of […]

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Sensitive Tooth? Check Your Bite

I found out a long time ago, that if you want to make a new friend and/or patient for life, get them out of dental pain and as quickly as possible. As a dentist, there’s nothing more gratifying than helping a patient completely relieve their chronic toothache pain within a matter of a few minutes. […]

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Unexplained Dental Pain Explained: Tooth Extractions, Cavitations and the Periodontal Ligament

Removing a tooth is certainly an unfortunate event for a patient both physically and emotionally. However, having the tooth properly extracted may prevent health related complications from occurring in years to come. There are two important steps to follow when removing a tooth: First, it is imperative to remove the entire tooth. Avoid leaving any […]

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