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How to Tell If You Have Gingivitis

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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Good oral hygiene and regular visits to your dentist can help you prevent a wide range of dental health complications, including those that affect the gums. One of the most common forms of gum disease in the US is gingivitis, a condition characterized by irritation, redness, and swelling of the gum immediately surrounding the base of your teeth.  read more

I Need a Cavity Filling. How Long Will My Filling Last?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, September 10, 2020
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Cavities are some of the most common dental issues experienced in the United States. Some cavities are very hard to spot and may not have any noticeable symptoms, while others can be very painful, making it difficult to eat and drink. A cavity is essentially a hole in the tooth enamel caused by tooth decay, typically a result of poor oral hygiene. If you develop a problematic cavity, your dentist may need to apply a filling to fix it and prevent further complications.  read more

How Can I Have My Chipped Tooth Fixed?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, September 04, 2020
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Experiencing a chipped tooth can be incredibly stressful. You may wonder how it will affect both your ability to eat safely as well as the aesthetic impact on your smile. While it’s not uncommon for people to feel panicked when they sustain a chipped tooth, it’s possible to have it fixed with the help of a professional dental care team.  read more

What Is Periodontitis?

By Emergency Dental Service - Sunday, August 30, 2020
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When it comes to the health of your teeth and gums, it’s vital to address the health of the parts of your mouth that you can see. However, there may be issues beneath the surface that will lead to serious dental health problems if left unchecked. Periodontitis is a common dental health condition that often goes unnoticed because symptoms are not always immediately severe. Unfortunately, the condition progresses rather quickly. Before long, it can be both damaging and painful. read more

How to Pack a Mouth-Healthy Lunch for Your Child

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, March 10, 2020
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Foods that are good for teeth: read more

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay: Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, March 10, 2020
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Baby bottle tooth decay occurs when sweetened liquids or those with natural sugars, such as milk, formula, and fruit juice, cling to infants’ teeth for a long period of time. Bacteria thrive on this sugary debris and create acids that begin attacking the teeth. read more

13 Top Dental Trends for 2020

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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Through consulting with clients and monitoring industry thought leaders, we have compiled a list of 13 trends we’re predicting in 2020. It’s no secret that the dental industry is going through a technological revolution that is contributing to higher quality patient care, and in turn creating higher expectations for dental providers. To compete today, it’s crucial to have the right technology in place to provide the level of care a modern patient has come to expect. read more

5 Tooth Replacement Options Your Dentist May Recommend

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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In dentistry, we are looking to ensure our patients have healthy and strong teeth that allow them to eat, smile and talk confidently. For many individuals, this is a challenge and leads them to look for the best options for replacement teeth. While we are always looking to preserve a patient’s natural teeth, we often run into situations where a dentist must remove and replace a damaged tooth. read more

Do I Really Need X-rays Every Year?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 16, 2020
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Dental X-Rays have become a common adjunct to a routine dental exam and are a standard of care practice, helping detect early signs of tooth decay, monitor jaw and tooth formation for adolescents and observe overall oral health not visible to the naked eye. read more

Is Dental Insurance Worth It?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 16, 2020
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For most people, having health insurance is a no-brainer. Even if you’re pretty healthy, you want that reassurance that if something serious happens, your insurance will pay for most of the outrageous costs of medical care. read more

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How to Tell If You Have Gingivitis

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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Good oral hygiene and regular visits to your dentist can help you prevent a wide range of dental health complications, including those that affect the gums. One of the most common forms of gum disease in the US is gingivitis, a condition characterized by irritation, redness, and swelling of the gum immediately surrounding the base of your teeth.  read more

I Need a Cavity Filling. How Long Will My Filling Last?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, September 10, 2020
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Cavities are some of the most common dental issues experienced in the United States. Some cavities are very hard to spot and may not have any noticeable symptoms, while others can be very painful, making it difficult to eat and drink. A cavity is essentially a hole in the tooth enamel caused by tooth decay, typically a result of poor oral hygiene. If you develop a problematic cavity, your dentist may need to apply a filling to fix it and prevent further complications.  read more

How Can I Have My Chipped Tooth Fixed?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, September 04, 2020
blog-img

Experiencing a chipped tooth can be incredibly stressful. You may wonder how it will affect both your ability to eat safely as well as the aesthetic impact on your smile. While it’s not uncommon for people to feel panicked when they sustain a chipped tooth, it’s possible to have it fixed with the help of a professional dental care team.  read more

What Is Periodontitis?

By Emergency Dental Service - Sunday, August 30, 2020
blog-img

When it comes to the health of your teeth and gums, it’s vital to address the health of the parts of your mouth that you can see. However, there may be issues beneath the surface that will lead to serious dental health problems if left unchecked. Periodontitis is a common dental health condition that often goes unnoticed because symptoms are not always immediately severe. Unfortunately, the condition progresses rather quickly. Before long, it can be both damaging and painful. read more

How to Pack a Mouth-Healthy Lunch for Your Child

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, March 10, 2020
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Foods that are good for teeth: read more

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay: Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, March 10, 2020
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Baby bottle tooth decay occurs when sweetened liquids or those with natural sugars, such as milk, formula, and fruit juice, cling to infants’ teeth for a long period of time. Bacteria thrive on this sugary debris and create acids that begin attacking the teeth. read more

13 Top Dental Trends for 2020

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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Through consulting with clients and monitoring industry thought leaders, we have compiled a list of 13 trends we’re predicting in 2020. It’s no secret that the dental industry is going through a technological revolution that is contributing to higher quality patient care, and in turn creating higher expectations for dental providers. To compete today, it’s crucial to have the right technology in place to provide the level of care a modern patient has come to expect. read more

5 Tooth Replacement Options Your Dentist May Recommend

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 18, 2020
blog-img

In dentistry, we are looking to ensure our patients have healthy and strong teeth that allow them to eat, smile and talk confidently. For many individuals, this is a challenge and leads them to look for the best options for replacement teeth. While we are always looking to preserve a patient’s natural teeth, we often run into situations where a dentist must remove and replace a damaged tooth. read more

Do I Really Need X-rays Every Year?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 16, 2020
blog-img

Dental X-Rays have become a common adjunct to a routine dental exam and are a standard of care practice, helping detect early signs of tooth decay, monitor jaw and tooth formation for adolescents and observe overall oral health not visible to the naked eye. read more

Is Dental Insurance Worth It?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 16, 2020
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For most people, having health insurance is a no-brainer. Even if you’re pretty healthy, you want that reassurance that if something serious happens, your insurance will pay for most of the outrageous costs of medical care. read more

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