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  • Facial Trauma in Children and Dental Treatment
    It's common for children to sustain some kind of mouth or tooth injury during childhood. These injuries typically occur after a sports injury, fall, a fight, while playing, or an Read more
  • Why You Might Need a Root Canal
    Why You Might Need a Root Canal  The purpose of a root canal procedure is to remove bacteria in the pulp of an infected tooth. The aim is to prevent further Read more
  • The Basics on Root Resorption Repair
    In kids, root resorption is expected since it causes the baby teeth roots to come out and make way for permanent teeth. Root resorption in adults, however, is a serious Read more
  • Reasons You May Need a Root Canal
    Has your tooth been extremely sensitive recently? Have you tried all home remedies and OTC pain relievers to try and get rid of persistent tooth pain? If so, you might Read more
  • Endodontic Surgery and When It Is Necessary
    Most root canal procedures--also called endodontic therapy--is highly successful. It spares failing teeth from extraction, allowing patients to keep their natural smiles indefinitely. At DC Endodontics in Washington, DC, Drs. Read more
  • Learn About Dental Surgery
    Oral surgery has been used on patients since ancient and medieval times. Today it is a common procedure performed daily in dentist offices across America. Surgery is necessary when there Read more
  • What is a Root-End Resection?
    Our Washington, D.C. endodontists Dr. Delany, Dr. Moiseiwitsch, and Dr. Latifi perform an apicoectomy, or root-end resection, when there is inflammation, damage or an infection present within the root tip Read more
  • Are You Dealing with a Toothache?
    The only way to treat this problem is to remove the dental pulp altogether, which means that you’ll need to get root canal therapy. Read more
  • Do You Need a Root Canal?
    How do you know if you need a root canal? The only way to know for sure is from a dental x-ray, but there are some signs and symptoms that Read more

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