A dental emergency means something different to everyone, but usually, it involves damage to one or more teeth and/or your oral tissues, and should therefore be addressed quickly. Typically, the most important thing to remember in case of any dental emergency is to call your dentist as soon as possible to seek emergency treatment. In… Read more »
Month: August 2016
If you’ve ever had a severe toothache, then you’re no stranger to the effect it can have on the quality of your daily life. From being unable to enjoy your meals and beverages to concentrating on not feeling the pain in your mouth, a toothache is no laughing matter. Usually, the best way to find… Read more »
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There’s nothing different about children’s teeth to make them more prone to cavities than adults. But since it’s rare for children to care of their teeth as consistently as adults, they can be more likely to be at risk for cavities, which result from excess plaque and tartar buildup. Fortunately, there are steps you can… Read more »
When was your last checkup and cleaning appointment? According to professional opinion, you should attend one at least every six months, sometimes sooner (depending on your dentist’s recommendation). In fact, checkups and cleanings are the only dental treatments that everyone needs on a regular basis, regardless of the state of their dental health. Today, we… Read more »