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How to Prepare for a Dental Emergency

Man in Tooth Pain | Woodin Creek Dental

The best way to get yourself ready for a dental emergency is to prepare yourself ahead of time. This will help you keep a clear head while you take the right steps to save your tooth (or teeth) and to avoid wasting any time.

Of course, if you have an emergency in Woodinville, you should have the number of an emergency dentist on hand such as Woodin Creek Dental.

Read on for more tips.

Have a Regular Dentist You Can Call

If you haven’t kept up with regular examinations and cleanings in recent years, you are probably not established with an emergency dentist. There is nothing more comforting in the face of a dental ...

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Chew gum to prevent cavities?

Man Thinking | Woodin Creek Dental

Is Xylitol Really the Ultimate in tooth Decay Prevention?

The effectiveness of Xylitol products (such as gum and candy), in preventing tooth decay, has now been commonly accepted by the public. Very often I get patients telling me "I should never again get a cavity because I chew Xylitol gum." But how effective is Xylitol at preventing decay?

It's important to understand that in the realm of science, belief does not always coincide with reality. An example: my mother used to tell me as a young child not to play in the cold, as the cold weather will cause me to get sick. We now know that it's ...

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Root Canal treatment: Common misconceptions

Man in Dentist Chair | Woodin Creek Dental

The purpose of this month's post is to talk in depth about a commonly misunderstood procedure, the Root Canal!

1) "When you do a root canal on my tooth, I will be left with a dead tooth, right?" 

This belief about a "dead tooth" resulting from a root canal is a very common belief. However, it is not true. According to Clifford Ruddle, one of the leading authorities in the dental world regarding root canals: anybody that’s even been remotely involved in dentistry, would know that any “dead” tooth would be exfoliated and rejected by your own immune system. An endodontic tooth is a vital tooth because the body perceives it as ...

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