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If a tooth feels sensitive when biting down, or when eating or drinking hot or cold items, it might be a warning that either dental decay is present, an infection is brewing or that the tooth has suffered some kind of trauma. The degree of pain you experience depends on the extent of damage to the tooth’s nerve.
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In 1985 archeologists unearthed what may be evidence of the world’s oldest root canal. A 2,000-year-old skull discovered in Israel’s Negev Desert had a tooth with a fine bronze wire, one-tenth of an inch long, inserted into the nerve cavity!
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It’s important to pay attention to what your tooth pain is trying to tell you. http://ow.ly/9AJm50gjBsN
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Studying tooth regeneration in sharks may one day help humans to grow new teeth. http://ow.ly/vkNZ50gjBsz
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A tooth abscess stems from a tooth infection and can be a serious and life-threatening disorder. Read this short article to learn more about the development and progression of a tooth abscess. https://www.livestrong.com/article/135584-abcess-tooth-stages/
Abcess Tooth Stages
Abcess Tooth Stages
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Watch this informative video from the American Dental Association to learn more about endodontic specialists and their advanced training in performing root canals and treating complex dental issues. https://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/az-topics/e/endodontics
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Keep these important tooth-saving steps from the American Association of Endodontists in mind in the event a tooth is knocked out: http://ow.ly/PjES50gjBrQ
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Researchers are finding that nanodiamonds offer promise in stopping infections during root canal treatment and recovery. http://ow.ly/e2MU50gjBrG
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It’s not uncommon to crack a tooth. However, treatment depends on the size of the crack, where it’s located and what symptoms you are experiencing. http://ow.ly/Bp4O50gjBfl
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