3 Tips for Dealing with Dental Emergencies When Travelling

Posted on: 15 December 2017

Getting a toothache or other dental trauma when you're away from home can be very stressful. You may not know where to go, particularly if this happens in a new town. This article highlights three aspects of dealing with dental emergencies when you're travelling. Read on to learn more.  1. Find help in advance Just like you take time to search for good accommodation and transport in your new location before going, find out where you can find emergency services in case there's a problem.
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How Can I Protect My Dental Crowns from Tooth Decay?

Posted on: 20 November 2017

When a dentist places a dental crown over a tooth, it is their job to ensure that the crown fits well so that it is sealed at the margins. This prevents bacteria from gaining entry to the area beneath the crown and protects the tooth from tooth decay. However, once you leave the dental office, it is then up to you to make sure that the tooth stays healthy. If you want to make sure that your dental crowns last for many years to come, then make sure you keep the following factors in mind.
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Understanding the Common Causes of Dentin Hypersensitivity

Posted on: 1 November 2017

Dentin hypersensitivity, which is also commonly known as tooth sensitivity, is a widespread condition which affects people of all ages. In general, an individual with sensitive teeth will experience pain or discomfort when their teeth are in contact with triggers. For example, acidic foods, hot and cold foods, cold air and touch will initiate an ache in the affected tooth. This condition occurs when dentin is exposed. The natural tooth is covered by enamel, which protects the internal structures.
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Signs It May Be Time to Consider Getting Dentures

Posted on: 18 September 2017

Dentures aren't just for those who are approaching retirement age, as a full or partial set of dentures can be a good choice for replacing rotted, damaged, or weakened teeth, or teeth that are not healthy for a variety of reasons. While you may not enjoy the prospect of getting dentures, they can help you to eat and even speak more freely, as you won't have crooked or damaged teeth causing pain inside your mouth when you talk or chew with your dentures.
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