Parents And Kids During A Dental Trauma: What You Should Know

Posted on: 11 September 2018

A dental emergency can be terrifying for both parents and children. They often appear much worse than they are because your mouth can easily bleed more profusely than other parts of your body. Because of that, parents need to know how to react to a dental emergency appropriately so as not to scare children. Here are some things to keep in mind if your child suffers a dental emergency: Keep Your Cool
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How To Prevent Tooth Decay Caused By Baby Bottles

Posted on: 18 August 2018

Sadly, tooth decay is a fairly common occurrence in small children. Decay is particularly prevalent in children who still drink from a baby bottle. This is referred to as baby bottle tooth decay, and it is a major problem for many young children. The following is some information about this type of decay and what you can do to prevent it: How Does Baby Bottle Decay Occur? Baby bottle decay is a condition that occurs when the child's teeth are exposed to sugars for an extended amount of time.
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Dental Problems That Require Emergency Treatment

Posted on: 21 July 2018

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

Posted on: 22 June 2018

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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