How Long Will the Restored Endodontic Teeth Last ?

by Dr. James Springer 23. November 2013 15:18

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Your endodontically treated and restored tooth could last a lifetime, if you continue to care for your teeth and gums.  As long as the root(s) of an endodontically treated tooth is properly nourished by the surrounding tissues, your  tooth will remain healthy.
 
Trivia:
  • The first tooth brush with bristles was developed in China in 1948.  The bristles were taken from hogs, and later horses and badgers.  Nylon bristles were introduced in 1938 by Dupont.
  • In Vermont, it is illegal for women to wear false teeth without the written permission of their husband.

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