Two ways to treat a knocked out tooth

Posted on: 13 March 2017

Significant physical trauma to the mouth can lead to a tooth being knocked out of its socket; when this occurs, the tooth is said to be 'avulsed'. There are several different treatment options which a dentist may choose to employ to address this issue. Read on to find out more about these treatments. Re-implantation Where possible, a dentist treating a person with this problem will always attempt to re-implant the knocked out tooth.
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Some Important Reasons as to Why Paediatric Dentistry Is Important for Your Child

Posted on: 21 February 2017

The problem most first-time parents encounter is that they lack the experience required to take good care of their young ones. Some follow the advice of other parents who have some experience in child health care, but there's no guarantee that the information shared is accurate and reliable. The surest way to ensure your new little bundle of joy gets the care they need to grow healthy is by working hand in hand with medical and health professionals.
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How to deal with toothaches

Posted on: 19 December 2016

Almost everyone experiences the pain of a toothache at least once in their life, ranging from dull pain that acts as little more than a discomfort to extreme pain that can make eating, sleeping and even just opening your mouth a difficult experience. Whatever the cause behind it, toothaches can be prevented or cured by following a number of basic steps. How do you prevent a toothache?  As with many dental related issues and illnesses, your risk of getting a toothache can be prevented by taking good care of your teeth and mouth.
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What You Need to Know about Wisdom Teeth Removal

Posted on: 29 November 2016

Evolution does not appear to have been a friend when it comes to the development of wisdom teeth. These four teeth, two in the upper jaw and two on the lower, are supposed to break through the skin during late adolescence. However, for many people this doesn't happen properly, and in most cases, they simply need to be removed. What can you expect during this procedure? Are they Impacted?
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