What to Do in a Dental Disaster

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During a natural disaster, it’s best to have a plan so you can be prepared and less stressed and scared. It’s the same with a dental disaster. If you have a plan, dental emergencies don’t seem as terrifying or overwhelming. So, our team encourages you to create a plan to use during a dental disaster…. Read more »

Helpful First-Aid Tips to Offer Care for an Injured Tongue

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It’s relatively common for someone to nip their lip while eating or chewing. This rarely results in any significant injury. However, there are times when a fall or blow to the face has made someone seriously injure their lip. If your tongue is bleeding excessively, or if you’ve suffered additional oral trauma, your dentist, Dr…. Read more »

What to Do With a Cracked Tooth

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The enamel layer on each of your teeth is made from microscopic mineral crystal structures that give your teeth the hardness they need for biting, chewing, and grinding food. However, there are still things like an accidental hard fall, a blow to the face, or a sports-related injury that can have enough concentrated force to… Read more »

A Crown That Is Loose Demands Immediate Attention

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A crown fitted by is intended to be durable and to last for a long time. However, there are things like a blow to the face, a hard fall or chronic disease problems that can affect the cement anchoring one of your crowns to its abutment. If a crown does come loose, you should call… Read more »