We are living in the age of conspiracy theories and fake news. The more outlandish the claims, the more likely people seem to be to believe it. Here we put another crackpot theory about root canal treatment causing cancer to rest.
Getting root canal treatment when you have decayed teeth is understandable but what about when you just want to get a crown or replace a missing tooth? We lay out if root canal treatment is actually necessary before getting a crown or a bridge.
Dentistry has a number of specialties and is divided into a number of fields. One of these is in the field of root canal treatment. Does that mean that only specialists can perform root canal treatment? Is a specialist even needed? Read on.
Can root canal treatment be provided like other medical procedures under general anesthesia? Is it possible to get root canal treatment without ever being aware of what is being done? Yes, it is. There are some things to be aware of though.
Any procedure, medical or dental, is associated with the chance of some complications occurring. What are the complications that are associated with root canal treatment? We outline what you should know.
Are there any side effects of root canal treatment? Are there any known problems that arise from having a root canal procedure done? We lay out the side effects that patients should be aware of if they are planning to get root canal treatment done.
Actually taking dental treatment may be the last option for some people. They only go to the dentist when they are backed into a corner and no other option is available. So when is it that root canal treatment cannot be further avoided?
No treatment procedure can claim a 100% success rate and the same is true for root canal treatment as well. In this article, we will take a look at how successful root canal treatment actually is and what are some reasons why it may fail.
Root Canal Treatment is not something women want to worry about when they are pregnant but they may not have a choice. Can an RCT be performed safely in pregnant women? Are there any risks or precautions to be aware of? We have the answers.
Licorice root has long been used in herbal medicine and its properties in terms of dental health are now being acknowledged. Specific properties found in licorice which can be antibacterial and assist oral health but side effects can also be possible.