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  • Staff /christchurch endodontic practice
    has been involved in organising or participating in many conferences and courses throughout New Zealand as well as speaking in meetings in Australia Canada and England He maintains a strong interest in managing dental trauma or the complications from this As part of the endodontic practice he offers dental implant treatment for those patients who have lost or need to loose a tooth Karen Lam Li Ann Karen Lam Li Ann graduated from Malaysia in 1997 and then completed her specialist training in Singapore in 2002 After working in the Alexandra Hospital in Singapore she moved to New Zealand in 2004 and joined the Christchurch Endodontic Practice soon after Karen has been active with local dentists in small group seminars and group discussions on endodontic treatment Karen is fluent in a number of asian languages and her understanding of the cultures of these groups is a valuable asset in the practice Karen offers similar services as Steve and they discuss cases regularly and if appropriate will occasionally refer cases to each other for the best outcome Staff The excellent staff of the Christchurch Endododontic Practice consist of Vicky Michelle Lynn and Aimey Vicky will usually be the first point of

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  • Decay /christchurch endodontic practice
    tooth then the dental pulp may become inflamed or die Dental decay may cause quite large holes in teeth and in some cases eat away the crown of the tooth completely Early dental decay can be reversed by brushing with fluoride tooth paste and topical treatment by your dentist Usually though the first sign of dental decay is a hole in the tooth and this requires a restoration If the

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/decay.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Cracked Tooth /christchurch endodontic practice
    oblique in direction and involve one corner cusp of a tooth Occasionally a crack may go through the middle of a tooth and involve the roots of a tooth A cracked tooth can cause pain especially when biting down or when the bite is released These teeth can be difficult to isolate in the early stages of a cracked tooth If the crack can be protected and prevented from flexing

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/cracked-tooth.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Dental Truma /christchurch endodontic practice
    bone around the root and the gingiva gum around the tooth Some of these tissues may heal if properly managed but at times treatment is necessary to keep these teeth With teeth that have been knocked out the initial management or first aid treatment can have a big impact on how these teeth will survive See our guidelines on these injuries by clicking here An international website offering the up

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/dental-truma.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Inflamed Nerve /christchurch endodontic practice
    Inflamed Nerve If the dental pulp becomes inflamed then a tooth ache may result This inflammation may be mild causing slight sensitivity to hot and cold food drinks to severe which may cause intense constant pain This inflammation may reverse once the cause of the problem has been removed But if the inflammation continues then the end result is the dental pulp dying This may take days or in some

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  • Dental Abscess /christchurch endodontic practice
    of the root canals Infection of the root canals may also occur in teeth that have had inadequate root fillings Once infection of the root canals occurs then these micro organisms or their by products will leak out of the root generally at the end or apex of the root This then causes irritation and breakdown of the structures at the end of the root and often causes an abscess

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  • Vertical Root Fracture /christchurch endodontic practice
    Abscess Vertical Root Fracture Ankylosis Resorption Failed Root Filling Chronic Pain Knocked Out Teeth Vertical root crack If a crack develops in the root of a tooth then an abscess will inevitably form around this crack due to infection of the crack itself These cracks may be difficult to identify in the early stages but later a deep periodontal pocket will be found beside the crack and abscess around the

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  • Ankylosis /christchurch endodontic practice
    to the bone This may not be of any consequence for someone in which the jaws have completed their growth In children or adolescents ankylosis of a tooth will prevent the tooth from moving with the growing jaw giving an appearance of a tooth sinking into the jaw infra position This is not only unsightly but can cause problems with the bite as well as leaving a defect in the

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