The effect of poorly done Root Canals and Jawbone Osteonecrosis on the body

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There is controversy once again in the public’s consciousness over root canal treatment. The origin lies in the question of remnant populations of microbes in the dentinal tubules and whether or not endodontic techniques adequately disinfect them or keep them disinfected.

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There is controversy once again in the public’s consciousness over root canal treatment. The origin lies in the question of remnant populations of microbes in the dentinal tubules and whether or not endodontic techniques adequately disinfect them or keep them disinfected. This SAABP course looks to examine how those bacteria and fungal organisms can turn anaerobic and produce highly toxic waste products that diffuse out of the tooth, through the cementum, into the surrounding bone and into circulation. It offers an indepth look at the havoc these bacteria create in the body and the scientific link to various cancers and neurological conditions. This is a must course for all dentists, together with the course: Biological root canal therapy and treating of  cavitation areas –where dentists learn how to avoid leaving behind if these toxic pathogens.

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