What Should You Do After Knocking Your Tooth Out?

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When you suffer tooth trauma like a knocked-out tooth, acting fast is essential. First, reach out to your emergency dentistry provider and let them know you need help straight away. Depending on your location and your emergency dentist's availability, you'll have anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours in which you need to manage the situation yourself. Read on to learn a simple and easy-to-remember protocol for handling your knocked-out tooth until you reach your dentist's office.

30 March 2020

What to Do If You Knock a Tooth Out Late At Night

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Have you knocked a tooth out late at night? Then you need to act fast to save that tooth. If you get to a dentist fast enough, a dentist can re-implant the tooth and save it. But if you are unsure of how to proceed from this point, follow these steps. Step One: Pick the Tooth Up Gently Pick the tooth up by its crown. Do not touch the root because the root is covered with periodontal ligaments.

30 March 2020

How To Help Your Child Care For Their Braces

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Getting braces can be a big adjustment for any child, and it can be difficult to adjust to them. However, as explained below, there are a few things you can do as a parent to help your child take care of their new braces effectively. Supervise Their Oral Hygiene Routine Your child may have been taking care of their own oral hygiene routine for some time, but it can be more difficult to brush and floss effectively with braces.

30 March 2020

Three Teeth Whitening Treatment Options Available for Your Smile Makeover

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The primary function of teeth is to help with food digestion. Teeth allow you to masticate so that food can be easily broken down and absorbed by the body. Beyond mastication, teeth also affect your smile and facial appearance. That's why it is important to keep yours white and bright. There are many things that can stain your teeth. Poor oral hygiene, trauma, disease, foods, tobacco, and medications are some common culprits that can lead to teeth staining or discolouration.

26 March 2020

3 Tips for Adjusting to New Dentures

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New dentures always feel strange, but they are worth taking the time to get used as dentures could dramatically improve your quality of life. Here are a few useful tips that can help you make it through the adjustment period. 1. Eat Easy Foods At First While you are still adjusting to your new dentures, fill your plate with foods that are easy to chew, such as oatmeal or mashed potatoes.

26 March 2020

Denture Repair Clinic: Four Signs That Your Dentures Need Repair

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If you have lost your teeth, your dentures are a big part of your life. If they start to feel uncomfortable, then you should visit a denture repair clinic. They can provide the necessary adjustments and repairs. Here are four signs that you need denture repair: They Are Broken Broken dentures are not suitable to wear. If you drop them the replacement teeth may break. Broken dentures are uncomfortable to wear.

25 March 2020

5 Uses for Dental Crowns

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Dental crowns are a useful treatment for several oral health conditions. Dentists use them both for cosmetic reasons and to protect the health of teeth. Dental crowns can treat the following five conditions. 1. Deep Cavities Dentists can treat most cavities using metallic or composite fillings. However, some cavities are too deep to treat in this way. In those cases, dentists can use a dental crown to cover the exposed root of the tooth and prevent bacteria from causing further decay.

25 March 2020