2 Reasons You Should See an Emergency Dentist after Breaking One of Your Teeth

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After being struck by an object to your face or falling down, you may have discovered that one of your teeth is broken. You may have even tried to treat the tooth at home by rinsing with salt water and taking an over-the-counter pain reliever to help with the pain. However, even if you treat the symptoms, the broken enamel on the tooth can still cause problems if you do not have it treated right away.…

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5 Things To Expect During A Dental Cleaning

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It’s normal to have a bit of dental anxiety, but it may be greater than usual if it’s been a few years since you scheduled a routine cleaning. Knowing what to expect can help set your mind at ease so that the visit is pleasant rather than stressful.  1. Oral Exam The visit will begin with an oral exam. This is a non-invasive and primarily visual examination. Your dentist will use a dental mirror and a small pick to check your teeth and gums for signs of infection or cavities.…

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Signs You Need Restorative Dentistry

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Do you need to have your oral health fully restored? There are several reasons to have a dentist do a complete restorative dentistry effort on your smile to help benefit your overall oral health as well as your physical health. Restorative dentistry has to do with repairing damage caused by tooth decay, gum disease, injury to a tooth, genetic and oral deformities, and other conditions. If you feel you need to have some restorative dental care done on your smile, speak to a dentist right away.…

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