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Laser/Ozone Fillings to Prevent Root Canals

Laser/Ozone Fillings to Prevent Root Canals

Dr. O’Rielly has been using ozone and the Fotona laser to prevent root canals and treat root canal infections since 2018. When combined in certain types of treatments, these advanced technologies provide stunning results. To learn how ozone/laser treatments have...
What’s Better for Extractions – PRF or Laser Ozone?

What’s Better for Extractions – PRF or Laser Ozone?

We often get calls from patients asking if this office uses PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin). More and more patients are doing research and want to avoid the pain and discomfort of a tooth extraction. After all, what could be better than your own blood, drawn onsite and...
How to Prevent Tooth Decay

How to Prevent Tooth Decay

One of the most common questions I get in the practice is how to prevent tooth decay. This is because people don’t like getting cavities, especially when they are trying to prevent them. One of my long time patients recently came in and had some gum line...
How to Prevent Root Canals With Ozone

How to Prevent Root Canals With Ozone

Is there a way to prevent root canal infection from cavities and deep decay in a tooth?  Absolutely.  I do it almost on a daily basis.  The secret to preventing root canals from deep decay is by using Ozone. One of the ways I help my patients is by preventing root...
Should I Treat My Root Canal Infection or Extract my Tooth?

Should I Treat My Root Canal Infection or Extract my Tooth?

I’m often asked by patients who are choosing between doing a root canal or extracting their tooth, ‘Alright doc, I get that my tooth is infected, what are my choices?  What would you do if it was your tooth?’  The rest of this post discusses my best...
What To Do About Old Root Canal Infections – A Case Study

What To Do About Old Root Canal Infections – A Case Study

I’m often asked what to do about old root canal infections.  Should I try to save the tooth by doing a root canal, or extract the tooth and replace it with an artificial tooth?  The short answer is, it depends on the situation and history of the tooth.  But it...