Posts Categorized: Emergency Dentistry

Acting With Care During A Dental Emergency

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It goes without saying that preventive dentistry is the name of the game when it comes to caring for your smile’s health. After all, there are what seems like countless germs, bacteria, infections, and other issues out there that plague your structures daily, and unfortunately, there are significantly fewer natural defenses against them. As such,… Read more »

We Can Address Your Dental Emergency

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Your smile’s health is a priority of ours, and we hope it is a priority of yours as well. Teeth can perform a number of important roles and functions, and when they become injured, this process compromises the ability to perform as normal. What’s more? Once an adult tooth is lost, it is gone for… Read more »

Handling Your Dental Emergency Efficiently

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Whether you want them to or not, a number of circumstances can get in the way of attending a necessary dental visit. For example, dental anxiety and phobia are very real phenomena that make receiving necessary treatment difficult. While missing one visit is not the end of the world, especially if it gets rescheduled, missing… Read more »

What To Do In A Dental Emergency

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While taking care of your smile might appear to be a straightforward process, there’s actually much more to it than you might expect. For instance, simply taking the time to brush your teeth twice a day every day is an excellent start, however, you need a combination of flossing, attending routine checkups, and paying mind… Read more »

Efficiently Handling Your Dental Emergency

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It goes without saying that your oral health care routine is an ongoing, lifelong process. After all, simply attending your dental visits is not enough to fend off the threats of day-to-day plaque and oral bacteria. While you may be actively taking care of your oral health, however, sometimes life can come at you at… Read more »

A Chipped Tooth May Be An Emergency!

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Your teeth are one of the strongest parts of the human body with the ability to withstand great pressure to help you accomplish daily tasks such as biting, chewing, and eating. Preventive dentistry helps to strengthen these structures and increase their durability as well. While strong, however, they are not indestructible and can actually suffer… Read more »

Same-Day Emergency Care

Dentistry in a variety of forms serve a myriad of purposes, typically aimed at improving your oral health. From restorative measures the preventive methods and even cosmetic treatments, there are a number of specialties that make up the larger blanket term of dentistry. Keep in mind, however, that each situation is unique, which means your… Read more »

When Severe Discomfort Creates An Emergency

In our most recent blog, we discussed circumstances that could occur, causing minor blemishes within your smile without causing functional problems. A number of these examples are often the result of a simple accident. That being said, keep in mind that we cannot control the severity of an accident, and they very well may be… Read more »

When A Knocked-Out Tooth Is An Emergency

It goes without saying that preventive dental care is the name of the game when it comes to ensuring a healthy, lifelong smile. What’s more, a sturdy combination of brushing and flossing at home, attending 6-month checkups, and paying mind to the effects that certain foods and beverages cause is needed to do so. With… Read more »

A Broken Tooth is a Dental Emergency

We are all aware that accidents can happen at any time. The same is true for dental concerns, as you may experience a chipped tooth from crunching down on a crunchy food item, a dislodge structure from rough-housing, and pretty much anything in-between. While some accidents are minor and require minimal emergency care, other concerns… Read more »