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Dental Cavitations

Dental Cavitations

Dental Cavitations: The Mouth’s Hidden Infections Dental cavitations are known by many names: “cavitational osteonecrosis” or “ischemic osteonecrosis,” “ischemic bone disease” (IBD), “chronic ischemic jawbone disease” (CIBD), and so on. These are usually considered...

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The Challenges of a Root Canal

The Challenges of a Root Canal

Ozone is powerful stuff for fighting infection, reducing pain, and promoting healing. Yet according to a new review of the research, it’s not quite up to disinfecting a root canal treated tooth.  Overall, the results demonstrated that ozone therapy provides...

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Antibiotic-Happy Dentistry

Antibiotic-Happy Dentistry

Most folks aren’t surprised when their dentist prescribes an antibiotic. It’s so common, so expected that patients don’t pause to ask why they need the drugs to begin with. Or what the side effects might be. Or what alternatives are available. Over 24 million...

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