Category: Dental Emergency

How To Handle Your Dental Emergency

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By now, you are likely aware that a lifelong, healthy smile is only made possible through consistent preventive care. Indeed, there are a large number of bacteria, germs, infections, and other concerns that are constantly attempting to compromise your smile’s health, and unfortunately, not much in terms of natural defenses. As such, our team recommends… Read more »

How We Address Your Dental Emergency

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Ensuring that you are relaxed and at ease during your dental visit is one of our top priorities, right up there with your overall oral health. Indeed, we want to do what we can to help you feel comfortable about your visit, as well as excited to care for your smile. Bear in mind, however,… Read more »

What To Do When A Dental Emergency Happens

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There are a number of situations that can pose as an obstacle preventing you from attending your dental visits, including dental anxiety or phobia. Indeed, missing one visit may not be the worst situation in the world, especially if you reschedule, however, missing multiple can and will result in serious complications down the line. For… Read more »

Here’s What To Do In An Emergency

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It goes without saying that an emergency is unpredictable: it can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. The same can be said for dental emergencies, and what your treatment looks like depends largely on the severity of your situation. Indeed, some instances occur on a surface level, where cosmetic dentistry is all that is needed… Read more »

What To Know About Your Dental Emergency

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Nothing is more disheartening for a person who does everything to take care of their smile than having it compromised by a physical accident or injury. Indeed, dental emergencies can occur at any given time and affect any person, meaning they simply cannot be avoided. What you can do, however, is keep in mind a… Read more »

What’s The Protocol For A Dental Emergency?

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The only thing worse than losing a tooth to infection and severe decay is losing a structure instantaneously through a physical accident. Indeed, dental emergencies are a concerning phenomenon, as their damage can range from mild surface-level chips to serious tooth loss and trauma. What’s more, emergencies can happen at any time to any given… Read more »

How to Handle Your Dental Emergency

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Dentistry is often a blanket term given to any care or treatment to the oral cavity provided by a professional. When we unpack this term, we see that there are a number of specific areas, including preventive dentistry, restorative dentistry, and even cosmetic dentistry. While this helps us differentiate between specific treatments, bear in mind… Read more »

Your Dental Emergency Cannot Wait!

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Unlike concerns such as misalignment, a minor cavity, or even a sensitive tooth, a dental emergency simply cannot wait. While you may believe that an aching tooth will eventually subside, what you might not realize is that the source of the problem could be much larger in scope than you expect, potentially resulting from a… Read more »

What To Remember In Your Dental Emergency

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While following a healthy preventive dental care regimen is the number one way to ensure a lifelong smile, the fact of the matter is that sometimes accidents happen. Whether you chip a tooth while eating a crunchy snack or have a mishap that leads a knocked-out structure, time is of the essence when it comes… Read more »

Addressing Your Dental Emergency

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You can take all the right steps –brushing and flossing regularly, attending your scheduled checkups, and so on – and yet, accidents can still occur. Whether you are injured during physical activity, trip and land face-first on the sidewalk, or even simply bite down on a crunchy food item such as a chip, you may… Read more »