Similar to the advances in medicine, which allow robotic surgery with pinpoint accuracy, computer guided dentistry now offers dentists the opportunity to deliver minimally invasive procedures with outstanding aesthetics and precision accuracy. (more…)
You may read our blog and browse our website, but did you know that we have social media channels as well? Currently, we have a Facebook Page and a LinkedIn Company Page. We’ve had the Facebook since 2013, so you can take a trip down memory lane and revisit some of Dr. Rubin’s tips and patient reviews on the page! (more…)
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What happens after a root canal? How does it affect the tooth? Dr. Rubin discusses an article from the Journal of Endodontics.
The article speaks about the time lapse between finishing a root canal on a posterior (back) tooth, such as a molar, and the time a permanent crown is placed. Once the nerve has been removed from the tooth, it no longer has a blood supply and the tooth becomes brittle and subject to fracture. For this reason, a crown is placed to encapsulate and protect the tooth. The articles points out that the type of restoration after a root canal therapy (RCT) significantly affects the survival of the endodontically treated tooth (ETT).