Renovating an Overgrown Houseplant→Redbud dead branch or disease pruning?

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Name: Dave Dorsett
Evanston, Illinois
As always, advice much appreciated!
May 18, 2020 12:45 PM CST
OOPS I'm a newbie and posted this in what is clearly not the right place. I have asked monitors to move it, not sure if they will determine a better place for it, I hope so!
Hi, we have a 10 yr old redbud that I have yr to yr cut off some smallish branches that blocked light into our place. Looks like maybe I didn't do it correctly, I didn't seal the cuts, etc. Now the branches I cut look pretty darn dead, though the tree have bloomed nicely this year. Here are pix of dead branches distance/close and some ok blooming branches. Ideas? Help greatly appreciated!!
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