2018

  • Dental Problems That Require Emergency Treatment

    Most dental problems are not considered emergencies, and dental patients are usually able to get their treatment via appointment. However, there are also cases where a dental issue requires an emergency dentist; for example, you may require emergency dental treatment in case of the following.  A Knocked-Out or Damaged Tooth Both a knocked-out tooth and a damaged tooth represent real dental emergencies. This is because when your tooth is knocked out, it may be possible to reinsert it if it is still intact.
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  • 3 Questions You May Have About Dental Implant Surgery

    You recently lost a tooth while playing contact sports with your friends. Because you don't want to go through life with a gap in your smile and deal with the consequences that that will have on your quality of life, you may be considering a dental implant to replace the lost tooth. Here are three questions that you may have. How Do You Know If You're A Candidate? One of the first questions that you may have regarding dental implant surgery is whether you are even a candidate.
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  • Signs That You Need To Schedule An Off-Season Dental Visit

    If you're interested in maintaining a great set of teeth, there's no better way to do it than to make regular visits to the dentist. A dental professional has spent years learning all about the teeth and gums, so they are well-versed in knowing what it's going to take to keep your smile looking as good as you want it to. You may think it's okay to see the dentist once and year but you might need to go see a dentist outside of your annual visit.
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  • Two Signs That It's Time To Schedule An Appointment With Your Dentist

    Going to the dentist on an annual basis is a relatively common practice. It's cited that 65.7% of people living in the United States went to the dentist last year. If you fall into this category and never fail to see your dentist each year, you might think you are good to go. What you don't want to do is let this annual visit lull you into a false sense of security.
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  • 3 Things To Know About Full Mouth Rehabilitation

    Losing teeth is more common than you may think. Around 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth and 36 million do not have any teeth at all. There are a lot of things that can lead to tooth loss including poor oral hygiene and injury. Whether you have lost teeth due to decay or trauma or have teeth that are severely worn down, there are a few things that can be done to restore your smile.
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  • How Braces Can Improve Your TMJ

    Temporomandibular joint disorder can cause a great deal of pain and stiffness for its sufferers. If you're having problems with your temporomandibular joint, you might be interested to know that braces could potentially improve your situation. Read on to discover the way that braces make it easier for people with TMJ to bite, chew, yawn, and do anything that uses the temporomandibular joint. How TMJ Works Temporomandibular joint disorder can be caused by a wide variety of things, from traumatic injuries to simple growth disorders.
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  • Going In For A Dental Cleaning? Consider An Oral Cancer Screening

    When you think of a dental cleaning, you may think of tooth polishing, x-rays, gum pocket measuring, and fluoride treatments. However, many people don't realize that oral cancer screenings can be done at dental cleanings. Take a look at who needs an oral cancer screening, what it entails, and what to do, if you need treatment. Who Needs an Oral Cancer Screening? Anyone can have an oral cancer screening done by their dentist; however, certain people are more at risk and are more likely to need a screening.
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