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Dr. Glen Mitchell Endodontics
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#RootCanals are not as painful as most people think. The real pain associated with root canals typically happens before treatment when the root of the tooth is exposed and extremely sensitive to touch as well as hot and cold liquids. #BocaRaton #Endodontist #ToothSavers

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This review came to us last week from a satisfied patient. It's a bit lengthy, but well worth the read if you are considering a root canal with Dr. Mitchell here at Tooth Savers! #BocaRaton #SouthFlorida #RootCanals #Endodontist
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This morning we turned our waiting room into a photo shoot. Look for our new website including glamour shots of the ToothSavers Team!! #BocaRaton   #RootCanal   #PainFree   #DentalWork   #SouthFlorida  
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Drinking coffee and other teeth-staining drinks through a straw will help reduce discoloration of your teeth. #Toothsavers   #CleanTeeth   #Smile  
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There are many cases in which your oral healthcare provider will be the first Doctor to recognize the early warning signs of medical issues that you may be having. Just another reason to visit the dentist regularly! #Toothsavers 

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We provide Boca Raton with high quality root canal treatment - Contact our office today to schedule an appointment. 561-368-3636

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Our bodies are constantly producing this anti-decay liquid to protect the health of our teeth. #Toothsavers #ToothDecay #ProtectYourTeeth #OralHealth #SmileMore #Saliva
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Every tooth in your mouth is designated a number. Our team of medical professionals use these numbers to communicate during treatment. 
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How successful is root canal treatment?

Success for this treatment is very high – approximately 95+% – if done by properly trained and skilled professionals. The success is also dependent on the patient, to have the tooth permanently restored within 30 days of the completion of the root canal treatment. If your tooth is not amenable to endodontic treatment, or the chance of success is unfavorable, you will be informed of this as soon as it becomes evident.
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