2022

  • Three Reasons to Choose Full-Arch Implant-Supported Dentures Over Regular Dentures

    Have you been wearing full-arch dentures for a while, or are you getting dentures for the first time? If so, you should consider implant-supported dentures for your treatment. These dentures are supported by implants that are surgically placed in the jawbone. The dentures have special attachments that hook onto an abutment on the implant. The design of these appliances results in better performance than that of conventional dentures. Read on to find out why you should choose implant-supported dentures for your treatment.
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  • Why You May Need to Call an Emergency Dentist

    Should you schedule to see a dentist during the predetermined days and times they are expected to be in the office or should you call them up right away? If your specific dental issue requires urgent attention, you should see an emergency dentist. While many dental issues can warrant a trip to the dentist, not all are emergencies. Here are a few common examples of dental problems that constitute a dental emergency.
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  • Toothache? Here's What You Need to Do

    A toothache can drive you crazy. It's also a sign that something is seriously wrong inside your mouth. However, there is no need to panic if you experience this kind of pain. Follow these tips to deal with your toothache and protect your dental health. 1. Contact a Dentist A toothache is a sign that you are suffering from a cavity, an infection, or some other kind of dental health problem.
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  • 5 Tips to Recover From Root Canal Treatment

    A root canal treatment can save a decaying tooth. The procedure itself should not be painful, as dentists use local anesthetic to numb your tooth, but recovery can be a little uncomfortable. Follow these five tips to recover safely and comfortably. 1. Use Appropriate Pain Relief Everyday pain medications like ibuprofen and paracetamol are both safe to use following a root canal treatment. You can use them in combination if you need to, but do not exceed the maximum dose of either.
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