Four Ways To Fix Broken Teeth

Posted on: 21 April 2022
If you have broken a tooth, you'll want to get it repaired as soon as possible; the longer you wait, the more likely there will be more negative consequences. The good news is that there are ways your dentist can fix your broken tooth. There are several different options your dentist may recommend, but this depends on the extent of the damage. 1. Composite Bonding to Repair Broken Teeth Composite bonding is one of the simplest and most affordable ways to repair broken teeth.
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3 Important Points To Know About Having IV Sedation Dentistry

Posted on: 10 March 2022
If going to the dentist bothers you so much that you can't bring yourself to keep your appointments, then it's time to talk to your dentist about sedation dentistry. There are a few types of sedation dentistry, but you might find IV sedation to be the right choice. An IV sedation dentist can help you determine if sedation is right for you and the best way to take it. Here are three points to know.
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Could Your Child Be Affected By Puberty Gingivitis?

Posted on: 2 February 2022
Puberty is a milestone in any young person's life. Childhood is giving way to the teenage years, with adulthood seemingly just around the corner. Parents might be less enthusiastic when they consider what might lay ahead (dating, parties, general teenage rebellion). But did you know that puberty can increase the risk of certain dental conditions for your child?  Puberty and Gum Disease Puberty gingivitis is pretty self-explanatory. It's a form of gingivitis that strikes during puberty.
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4 Things to Ask For the Next Time You Visit the Dentist’s Office

Posted on: 14 December 2021
Most people don't really like going to the dentist's office. However, routine dental care is necessary for good oral health. Fortunately, small adjustments can make visiting the dentist's office more bearable. Here are four things you can ask for to make your next trip to the dentist's office more comfortable: 1. Topical Anesthesia Local anesthesia is used before dental procedures to provide pain relief during invasive treatments. Unfortunately, the injection of local anesthesia can be slightly painful.
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