2 Newer Root Canal Procedure Types & How They Are Performed

Posted on: 17 September 2021

If you need to have a root canal procedure performed on one or more teeth, then you may wonder what your modern root canal options are. While traditional root canals are still performed and considered very effective endodontic treatments, there are two newer types of root canals that utilize modern technology as an aid when cleaning and disinfecting tooth canals, reshaping canals, and much more.  Read on to learn about two newer root canal procedure types and how they compare to traditional root canals.
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Understanding An Overactive Bladder

Posted on: 18 August 2021

If you find yourself needing to use the bathroom more and more often or you can't always make it to the bathroom in time, you may have an overactive bladder. An overactive bladder can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. If you would like to know more, keep reading. How Does the Bladder Work? Urine is made in the kidneys as they filter out waste. Then it travels to the bladder, which holds it until it gets so full that nerve signals tell your brain you need to use the bathroom.
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What Are Hearing Aid Services?

Posted on: 20 July 2021

People of any age can suffer from hearing loss, but it typically affects older adults. If you suspect that you're becoming hard of hearing, an audiologist can conduct a hearing test that will diagnose the presence and severity of the hearing loss. From there, your audiologist can help you discover your options. Hearing aids can help people with hearing loss listen to the world around them. Here are four things that you can expect when you take advantage of hearing aid services:
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Tips to Help Your Child Succeed in Speech Therapy

Posted on: 16 June 2021

Many young children have speech impediments and articulation disorders. If your child's speech is lagging behind his or her peers of similar age, your child's pediatrician may recommend a speech screening with a speech-language pathologist. Depending on the results, speech therapy may be needed to help improve your child's speech. In speech therapy, your child will work with a speech-language pathologist to reach his or her individual goals. As a parent, there are things that you can do to assist your child.
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