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Even More About Cavitations

Even More About Cavitations

Cavitations - areas of dead, decaying tissue in the jaw, often at old extraction sites - are both extremely common and an often overlooked factor in an array of chronic inflammatory health problems. We've blogged before about how they can develop and what can be...

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From Our Archives: Unexplained Dental Pain Explained – Tooth Extractions, Cavitations, & the Periodontal Ligament

From Our Archives: Unexplained Dental Pain Explained – Tooth Extractions, Cavitations, & the Periodontal Ligament

By Michael G. Rehme, DDS, CCN 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...

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What Are “Cavitations”?

What Are “Cavitations”?

A tooth extraction isn’t just yank and all done. It’s a surgical procedure. Sometimes it’s relatively simple and straightforward; others, it’s more complex. In all cases, and like any dental or medical treatment, it involves risks. Last week, we mentioned an all...

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