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Root Canals

Root canals are one of the most common endodontic procedures. This treatment is used to treat inflamed, infected, and dead teeth. In addition to causing pain, dead and inflamed teeth can spread infection throughout your body and often appear grayish. This results in an unattractive appearance that can lead to decreased self-esteem and self-consciousness. RCT […]

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Tooth Saving Tips

Saving any teeth that have been knocked out or damaged is about more than aesthetics. In fact, saving your teeth will preserve your natural smile, the way you talk, and the way you eat. Your teeth impact more of your life than you think! If you ever find yourself in a situation where you’ve experienced […]

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Endodontic Surgery

Endodontic surgery is a great option for people for whom a root canal might not work. Endodontic surgery uses digital imaging and operating microscopes to detect fractures and hidden canals that weren’t previously detected. There’s a wide variety of surgeries that Dr. Firas Marsheh performs, however, the most common is an apicoectomy. Apicoectomy The apicoectomy, […]

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Endodontic Retreatment

While root canals are meant to last for many years, and for some, even a lifetime, there are instances when endodontic retreatment is necessary. Root canal treatment has a success rate of about 92 percent. When there is a failure of healing or new trauma, endodontic retreatment is necessary. This is the process of retreating […]

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Traumatic Dental Injuries

A traumatic dental injury can be the result of a variety of issues. Whether you’re playing hockey and take a puck to the mouth, fall down the stairs, or just have a freak accident, a traumatic dental injury must be treated by an experienced endodontist. Broken teeth, dental avulsion, and chipped teeth are some of […]

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