3 Signs You May Have A Cracked Tooth

You might think it would be obvious if you had a crack in one of your teeth, but it’s actually quite common for small, hairline cracks or fractures in the teeth to go unnoticed for many years. Still, cracked teeth can expose the tooth’s inner pulp, making it more prone to infection and decay, which is why it’s a good idea to be on the lookout for some common symptoms of cracked teeth. Localized Pain That Comes and...

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Sweet 16 & Still Waiting on the Tooth Fairy? A Parent’s Guide to Over-Retained Baby Teeth

Your child’s first tooth fell out right on time, and your whole family got excited about putting it under the pillow for the tooth fairy. Yet, now your teen has been waiting on their last tooth to fall out long enough for them to accumulate enough interest on their tooth fairy money to buy a car. All jokes aside, dealing with an over-retained baby tooth is no laughing matter. As you wait for it to hopefully fall out, here is...

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What Can You Do About Teeth That Are Sensitive To Cold?

When you sip on a cold beverage, do you experience shooting feelings of pain and sensitivity in your teeth? Cold sensitivity is a pretty common problem, but it’s one that has many causes. To get to the bottom of the issue – and hopefully experience some relief – follow these steps. Consider whether you recently had dental work done. If you recently had a cavity filled or a crown put on your tooth, what you’re experiencing...

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Steps To Take To Increase The Chance Of Saving A Knocked Out Tooth

If you had a tooth knocked out of your mouth, you are most likely distraught, in shock, and scared of how you are going to proceed in getting your smile repaired. If you are able to find the tooth and care for it properly, there is a chance an emergency dentist can reinsert it back into the socket. Here are some tips you can use to maximize the likelihood that a dentist will be able to save your tooth after it is knocked out if its...

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Child Dental Emergency: Dealing With Sedation

A dental emergency is never a pleasant experience to go through. It can be especially troubling for a child. In some cases, dental emergencies will require that your child be sedated. This may not be the case for adults, but with scared children, many emergency procedures are best done with general anesthetic. Removing broken teeth or anything else that requires that the child remain still and calm is often done with sedation. This...

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