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Root Canal Therapy Offers a Safe and Effective Solution for Excessive Tooth Pain by Randall LaFrom Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 4:31pm As a general dentist , it’s my responsibility to restore your damaged teeth to good health, and protect your healthy teeth at the same time. One of the ways I do this is with root canal therapy. By performing a root canal on your damaged, decaying tooth, I can save the tooth from extraction. Despite advances in technology and dental techn ... Read on »
Natural Remedies for Teething Pain by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sun 22 Nov 2009 10:01pm Dear Dr. Ellie: Do you have any natural recommendations for teething pain? I've seen a few, hyland teething tablets (homeopathic), clove oil, vanilla extract-- but wanted your opinion if any of these are better than an other. Thanks, K Hi K, This is a very good question and I would like to post this on my blog if that is OK with you ... Read on »
Tooth Pain by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sat 02 Apr 2011 12:40pm Dear Dr. Ellie Mt dentist (whom I have gone to him since 3 years old, and btw he thought your system sounded great!) did bonding on exposed roots on canine teeth which now have percussion pain. Will the system have positive effect on this? I have never had tooth pain in my life so you can imagine how I feel. Thanks again! -J ... Read on »
Multiple Sclerosis and Tooth Pain, and The Boy's Surgery Went Great by Jughead Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Apr 2010 12:00am So we were in the hospital yesterday, the boy had surgery to fix his broken hand, got six pins put into the back of his hand, when it hit me, I am in agony! I had a tooth ache that made me want to jump out of the window, except we were on the ground floor, seemed pointless. After we finished with the boy, I went to see our dentist, I'm a regul ... Read on »
Dental pain and your clean teeth system by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Mon 16 Aug 2010 2:42pm Dear Dr Ellie, Thank you for your response.  After reading your site and blog, I have started on your system and my tooth/gum pain has now receded by about 90%. I have found Retardex rinse (also available through Amazon) and they also do a Retardex toothpaste as well, which I am going to try.  Not sure about colgate I seem to rem ... Read on »
Redheads delay dental visits due to more tooth-related pain. by Saundra G. Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Mar 2012 6:29pm  This is a cautionary report. Redheads are back in the news. This week NBC reported that redheads are more sensitive to pain that people with other hair colors. People with red hair need 19 percent more painkillers than the greater population. Research published in the Journal of American Dental Association (July 2009) found that painful ... Read on »
Pain after Tooth-Pulling? Why You Need to Let Your Dentist Know by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 08 Aug 2012 10:14am Via Australia’s Herald Sun , A woman who had to have a jaw reconstruction and all her bottom teeth removed after a simple tooth extraction is suing a Queensland hospital. Suzanne Marie Scott, 48, claims medical staff at Kirwan Women’s Hospital in Townsville should have diagnosed the onset of osteomylitis – a chronic bone infection – ... Read on »
Teeth| Jaw| Neck Pain by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:11am 1 Comment Saturday, February 07, 2009  Patients complaining of pain in tooth bearing regions of the oral cavity may be suffering from a disorder unrelated to pulpal pathology. Unnecessary dental procedures may complicate the diagnosis and aggravate the underlying disorder. Referral of pain to the oral cavity and teeth may easily be explained by the e ... Read on »
Tooth Pain by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sat 02 Apr 2011 12:00am Dear Editor of Web MD,  Your recent review of the study describing how fresh foods reduced BPA was helpful. This study raised the question why study subjects did not show MORE reduction when they eliminated all plastics from their diet and water bottles etc. You article described the dangers of BPA - most notable the relationship ... Read on »
Teeth Grinding, Myofascial Pain & Acupuncture by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 09 Nov 2009 10:02pm In the upcoming issue of our quarterly newsletter Biosis, Dr. Verigin writes of the problems with ongoing teeth clenching, grinding and bruxing and nine steps you can take to help kick the habit and save your teeth…not to mention alleviate the jaw, face, head and neck pain that accompanies grinding. He notes that anywhere from 80 to 90% of cl ... Read on »