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The Real Dangers Of a Root Canal!

The Root Of Your Oral Problems!


For many people, the idea of a toothache means a cavity, and, sometimes, a root canal. But what if I told you that everything you thought you knew about root canals was wrong?

In fact, root canals are one of the most misunderstood oral subjects out there, with so much misinformation attached to them that it could be difficult to know what's true and what's not. (1)

Well, studies are revealing brand new information on the dangers of root canals, how they affect you, and potential complications that can be even scarier than the procedure itself.

In this blog we talk about the real dangers of root canals, and ways you can AVOID ROOT CANALS FOREVER!




Before we can better understand the dangers of root canals, we need to talk about what a root canal is. To put it simply, a root canal is a procedure undertaken to save a badly infected or decayed tooth. 

Now even though this seems like a harmless procedure, it's important to know that a root canal involves more than just the surface layer of your tooth. During a root canal, the pulp of your tooth and nerve are removed, and the inner part of your tooth is cleaned, then sealed. (2)

Though a root canal seems like the most severe dental procedure that'll have you feeling better once it's over, this isn't true. In fact, you can still feel pain after the procedure as a result of inflammation in your bone and surrounding ligaments. (3)


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Though it may come as a bit of a surprise, a root canal is not the end of your tooth problems. In fact, it may just be the beginning of your mouth pain and  inflammation.


Tooth decay can lead to tooth sensitivity, pain, and the need for a root canal.


Bacterial colonies in your tooth pulp can lead to root canal complications, and the potential for severe teeth inflammation and pain. Additional inflammation can also be caused by post-procedure infections or tooth damage. (5)

Making matters even more complicated is the fact that your pulp - the soft tissue under your enamel and dentin - contains connective tissue, nerves, and blood vessels, which are essential in the growth of your tooth during development. During a root canal, this damaged pulp is literally removed. (6)


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        THE RISKS


        Even though a root canal is meant to help you by preventing further pain or the development of an abscess, there are many complications that can come as a result of the procedure, including scary ones you may have never thought of.

        One complication is the cracking of your root during the procedure. This can lead to the growth of bacteria and require additional treatment. And guess what - a cracked root during a root canal can go undetected until it's too late. (7)


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        Additionally, sometimes there are cracks so small your dentist can't see them that can cause your tooth root to be fractured. A situation like this would actually require additional treatment and potentially tooth removal. (8)


        WARNING: Even after the procedure, not all root canals are successful, and sometimes your teeth won't even survive more than a few years. Protect your teeth forever by using GARNER'S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO today! (9)


        Aside from the potential dangers of root canals, the treatment also requires an extensive amount of time from you. Root canal treatments may not be completed in one visit, and can take up to an hour or longer, depending on your situation.

        And after all that time, if your root canal fails, you can expect to have certain complications extending beyond just your teeth and mouth. For example, failed root canals can lead to boils or pimples on your gums, and even sinus issues. (10)

        But the scariest part of a failed root canal is that you might not even know it has failed until it's too late and swelling, pimples on your gums, and infections have you requiring additional treatment. (11)



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