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Breeze Through a Pulpotomy with Sedation

A pulpotomy – also known as a baby root canal – is a procedure in which an endodontist removes infected pulp from the chamber and roots of a tooth. A pulpotomy can be performed on both permanent and baby teeth. Here at Ashburn Children’s Dentistry, we are proud to provide […]

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What Is a Pulpotomy?

A pulpotomy is also known as a baby root canal. As that name suggests, it is a root canal procedure done on a baby tooth. A pulpotomy is done to save a baby tooth that has been damaged by severe decay and has developed an infection within the pulp. It […]

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Baby Root Canal: What to Expect Before and After Treatment

As cliché as it may sound, as parents, we naturally want the best for our children, great oral health included. That said, what if your child needs a root canal? Yes, there are instances where it is necessary for a child to have this procedure done, and in this article, […]

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Baby Root Canal — What to Expect

When it comes to your child’s oral health, you should always pay close attention to their brushing and flossing habits, as well as keeping up on their dental visits. A little bit of tooth decay can turn into a major infection in the blink of an eye, and that is […]

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FAQs About a Pulpotomy Procedure

A pulpotomy is a modern medical procedure used to improve the condition of a decayed tooth with an infected pulp. It is commonly known as the “baby root canal” since it is mostly performed on baby teeth. Ashburn Children’s Dentistry has gained a reputation as one of the few institutions that […]

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Pulpotomy Procedure – What Is It?

A pulpotomy procedure, which is also referred to as a baby root canal, removes the infected pulp or soft area within the center of the tooth in order to save it.  Our experts at Ashburn Children’s Dentistry use the latest techniques and technologies to ensure that your child is safe, […]

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What is a Pulpotomy?

The inside of a tooth is called the pulp. This is where all of the tooth’s blood vessels and nerves are found. Enamel protects the pulp on healthy teeth, but a cavity or crack in the tooth can expose the pulp. A serious toothache will last until the pulp is […]

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When is a Pulpotomy Treatment Needed?

Many people wrongly believe that baby teeth are not very important, since they will come out anyway, and the adult teeth are the only ones that need good dental care. However, the primary teeth need proper care so they do not develop serious issues such as an inflammation in the […]

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What is a Pulpotomy?

A pulpotomy is a procedure used to try to save a badly decayed tooth with an infected pulp. It is sometimes called a “baby root canal,” for it is more commonly performed on baby teeth, especially molars. What Does the Procedure Involve? The dentist will start by making the patient […]

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