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When the Tooth Is Dead but the Pathogens Linger On…

Root canal teeth are dead teeth. After all, the very procedure involves removing everything that kept it alive – all the blood vessels, nerve endings, and other tissue that make up the pulpal complex inside the tooth. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing still happening inside that tooth. A tooth becomes a candidate for root […]

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Hal Huggins

Root Canals, Implants & Their Implication in Disease

A great presentation for the Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation by the late, great Dr. Hal Huggins: Watch more videos from PPNF.

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Biological Dentistry Loses a Pioneer: Dr. Hal Huggins

As we’ve noted, it’s not like dentists never knew about the problem with mercury amalgam until now. Not even 10 years after they came into use, one dentist described it to the first class of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery as one of the most objectionable articles for filling teeth that can be employed, […]

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