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The term “root canal” can invoke a bit of anxiety for most people. But do you know exactly what a root canal is and why someone might need one? Learning the basics about this procedure and the scenarios when root canals are needed can help alleviate your stress before heading to the dentist’s office.

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As a parent, you know that kids can be unpredictable, but one thing is certain — they grow up fast. Before you know it, those first few baby teeth will begin showing and your little one will have an adorable toothy grin. Soon you’ll be wondering when you should take your child to the dentist for the first time to protect their new smile. 

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