Category: Dental Emergency

Everyday Habits That Can Harm Your Teeth

You may not put much thought into how your everyday habits are affecting your teeth, but certain behaviors can increase your risk for several oral health issues. Your choice of drink at lunch, or your habit of chewing on a pen when you are lost in thought, can harm your teeth. Regularly brushing and flossing… Read more »

How to Handle a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies happen all the time, and fortunately, most of the time a dental emergency is not something to stress or panic about, because the situation can often be remedied quickly with your dentist. From lost teeth to damaged dental prosthetics, there are several forms of dental traumas that can cause you pain and discomfort… Read more »

Lose One to Save 100

Well, technically, lose one to save 31. Adults grow one set of permanent teeth that usually amounts to 32 (including the four wisdom teeth). Once the permanent teeth have erupted, they are the last teeth that will grow out of your dental ridge. Though adult teeth should be permanent, tooth extractions are often a necessity… Read more »

In Case of Emergency

Just because it’s a dental emergency doesn’t mean you should panic. On the contrary, keeping a cool head and acting calmly, but quickly, can help you save your smile in the face of an emergency. If your tooth suffers damage, or you develop a sudden, severe toothache and aren’t sure why, then you should visit… Read more »