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How Can I Find an Emergency Dentist?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, November 20, 2020
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A dental emergency is a problem with your teeth, mouth, or soft tissue that a dentist must address immediately. In the event of a dental emergency, schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible. However, if your dental emergency occurs when your dentist’s office is closed, you will likely need to seek treatment from an emergency dentist.  read more

The Link Between Dentistry and Diabetes

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, November 13, 2020
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Diabetes is a complex medical condition affecting millions of people. Anyone diagnosed with diabetes must be careful about what they eat and manage their blood sugar levels very carefully. Diabetes also carries a heightened risk of developing additional medical conditions, including increased vulnerability to gum disease. If you or someone you know has diabetes, it’s important to understand the relationship between dental health and diabetes. read more

What Are Amalgam Fillings?

By Emergency Dental Service - Wednesday, November 04, 2020
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Teeth can develop cavities from poor daily hygiene, and there are several possible methods for treating a cavity. One of the most common is treatment using amalgam filling. If you have developed a cavity and think you might need a filling, your dentist can provide you with specific advice for your individual dental needs. You should know what amalgam fillings are, how they work, and the benefits of choosing this method of cavity treatment.  read more

Increase of Bruxism Linked to Stress Caused by COVID-19

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, October 29, 2020
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Bruxism is a common condition that develops in many people in response to stress. The symptoms typically include grinding of the teeth or clenching the teeth, straining the muscles of the jaw, neck, and face. Over time, Bruxism can easily lead to severe headaches and pain in the mouth and jaw. Unfortunately, this condition develops involuntarily, and about 10% to 20% of the population experience Bruxism symptoms at some point. While some experience Bruxism at night, others involuntarily clench or grind their dental structures in response to stress.  read more

What Is Soft Tissue Injury in Dentistry?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, October 23, 2020
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Dentists are not just responsible for the care and treatment of the teeth but also the gums and other soft tissues of the mouth. If you suffer a dental injury, it’s possible that your teeth, as well as the soft tissues within your mouth, have sustained damage and require treatment. You should understand what dental soft tissue injuries are, how to prevent them, and how your dentist is likely to treat them.  read more

What Are My Dental Bonding Options?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, October 16, 2020
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Dental bonding, also commonly referred to as “filling,” is a procedure meant to protect the teeth and restore a patient’s smile. The process itself is simple yet effective, especially for people who have developed cavities and tooth decay in noticeable parts of their mouths. If you have developed a cavity that you would like to be less noticeable, dental bonding likely offers the best possible results. It’s good to know your options for dental bonding, what the process entails, and what to expect after a dental bonding procedure. read more

Understanding Dental Implants and Dentures

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, October 09, 2020
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Eventually, many people lose their teeth despite their best efforts to keep them clean with daily dental hygiene. Some tooth loss occurs due to decay. Others lose their teeth from traumatic injuries, and tooth loss is also common among older adults. However tooth loss happens, the person who has lost their teeth may need a solution for eating and speaking comfortably as well as restoring their smile.  read more

How to Remove Plaque from Teeth Correctly

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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Good daily oral hygiene is one of the best defenses against serious dental conditions like gum disease, periodontal disease, and tooth decay. One of the most important parts of any daily oral hygiene routine should be plaque removal. Plaque is the thin, yellowish film that accumulates on your teeth, both above and below the gumline. Over time, plaque can damage your teeth and allow bacteria to increase inside of your mouth. A dentist can remove it during your yearly cleanings, but it’s good to take steps at home to consistently remove plaque between visits to your dentist.  read more

What Causes Gum Recession?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, September 24, 2020
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Taking care of your gums is just as important as taking care of your teeth. Your gums have the important jobs of supporting your teeth and protecting their sensitive roots. If gums begin to recede, this can leave the teeth vulnerable and poorly supported. It’s vital for everyone to know the common causes of gum recession and available options for gum recession treatment. read more

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

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How Can I Find an Emergency Dentist?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, November 20, 2020
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A dental emergency is a problem with your teeth, mouth, or soft tissue that a dentist must address immediately. In the event of a dental emergency, schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible. However, if your dental emergency occurs when your dentist’s office is closed, you will likely need to seek treatment from an emergency dentist.  read more

The Link Between Dentistry and Diabetes

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, November 13, 2020
blog-img

Diabetes is a complex medical condition affecting millions of people. Anyone diagnosed with diabetes must be careful about what they eat and manage their blood sugar levels very carefully. Diabetes also carries a heightened risk of developing additional medical conditions, including increased vulnerability to gum disease. If you or someone you know has diabetes, it’s important to understand the relationship between dental health and diabetes. read more

What Are Amalgam Fillings?

By Emergency Dental Service - Wednesday, November 04, 2020
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Teeth can develop cavities from poor daily hygiene, and there are several possible methods for treating a cavity. One of the most common is treatment using amalgam filling. If you have developed a cavity and think you might need a filling, your dentist can provide you with specific advice for your individual dental needs. You should know what amalgam fillings are, how they work, and the benefits of choosing this method of cavity treatment.  read more

Increase of Bruxism Linked to Stress Caused by COVID-19

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, October 29, 2020
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Bruxism is a common condition that develops in many people in response to stress. The symptoms typically include grinding of the teeth or clenching the teeth, straining the muscles of the jaw, neck, and face. Over time, Bruxism can easily lead to severe headaches and pain in the mouth and jaw. Unfortunately, this condition develops involuntarily, and about 10% to 20% of the population experience Bruxism symptoms at some point. While some experience Bruxism at night, others involuntarily clench or grind their dental structures in response to stress.  read more

What Is Soft Tissue Injury in Dentistry?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, October 23, 2020
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Dentists are not just responsible for the care and treatment of the teeth but also the gums and other soft tissues of the mouth. If you suffer a dental injury, it’s possible that your teeth, as well as the soft tissues within your mouth, have sustained damage and require treatment. You should understand what dental soft tissue injuries are, how to prevent them, and how your dentist is likely to treat them.  read more

What Are My Dental Bonding Options?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, October 16, 2020
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Dental bonding, also commonly referred to as “filling,” is a procedure meant to protect the teeth and restore a patient’s smile. The process itself is simple yet effective, especially for people who have developed cavities and tooth decay in noticeable parts of their mouths. If you have developed a cavity that you would like to be less noticeable, dental bonding likely offers the best possible results. It’s good to know your options for dental bonding, what the process entails, and what to expect after a dental bonding procedure. read more

Understanding Dental Implants and Dentures

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, October 09, 2020
blog-img

Eventually, many people lose their teeth despite their best efforts to keep them clean with daily dental hygiene. Some tooth loss occurs due to decay. Others lose their teeth from traumatic injuries, and tooth loss is also common among older adults. However tooth loss happens, the person who has lost their teeth may need a solution for eating and speaking comfortably as well as restoring their smile.  read more

How to Remove Plaque from Teeth Correctly

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, September 29, 2020
blog-img

Good daily oral hygiene is one of the best defenses against serious dental conditions like gum disease, periodontal disease, and tooth decay. One of the most important parts of any daily oral hygiene routine should be plaque removal. Plaque is the thin, yellowish film that accumulates on your teeth, both above and below the gumline. Over time, plaque can damage your teeth and allow bacteria to increase inside of your mouth. A dentist can remove it during your yearly cleanings, but it’s good to take steps at home to consistently remove plaque between visits to your dentist.  read more

What Causes Gum Recession?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, September 24, 2020
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Taking care of your gums is just as important as taking care of your teeth. Your gums have the important jobs of supporting your teeth and protecting their sensitive roots. If gums begin to recede, this can leave the teeth vulnerable and poorly supported. It’s vital for everyone to know the common causes of gum recession and available options for gum recession treatment. read more

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

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